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Lobbyist

State Employees Association of North Carolina
1621 Midtown Place
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
United States

Company Description: SEANC is committed to protecting and enhancing the rights and benefits of current, retired and future state employees.
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    North Carolinians for Affordable Health Care
  • Board Member
    State Health Plan

Education

  • master , Educational Guidance Counseling
    East Carolina University
  • bachelor's degree , political science and history
    University of North Carolina
  • master's degree , public health
    University of North Carolina
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Web References
"It's bad for the employees, but ...
www.newbernsj.com, 19 Mar 2014 [cached]
"It's bad for the employees, but I would argue it's just as bad for the citizens of North Carolina who receive services from this child development services agency," said SEANC's Chuck Stone.
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But Stone said it's his understanding that East Carolina University is telling some of the workers who are losing their jobs and seeking to transfer that "their services are not desired."
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"It's bad for the employees, but I would argue it's just as bad for the citizens of North Carolina who receive services from this child development services agency," said SEANC's Chuck Stone.
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But Stone said it's his understanding that East Carolina University is telling some of the workers who are losing their jobs and seeking to transfer that "their services are not desired."
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www.seanc.org, 3 Oct 2013 [cached]
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It's safe to say no one knows more about state employees' health care benefits than SEANC Lobbyist Chuck Stone.
Stone is a 31-year veteran of state service, having retired in 2004 after spending his entire career at the O'Berry Neuro-Medical Treatment Center in Goldsboro, 25 years of which were spent as the center's administrative officer.
These days, Stone is SEANC's resident health care expert. If there's something going on with the State Health Plan, Stone is on it.
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Stone holds a bachelor's degree in political science and history and a master's degree in public health from the University of North Carolina, as well as a master's in Educational Guidance Counseling from East Carolina University. He and his wife of 42 years, Marie, have two children.
His hobbies include reading detective novels and spending time with his family at the beach. He also collects a list of famous quotations, which currently holds more than 400 quotes. His favorite? "Eat one live frog first thing each morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day!"
He also had a brief career as an actor, but you'll have to stop him in the halls of the General Assembly to ask him about that.
SEANC: The State Employees Association of North Carolina
www.seanc.org, 12 Aug 2004 [cached]
Chuck Stone Eastern District Services Representative cstone@seanc.org
Those candidates include Don Davis, Charles ...
www.kinston.com, 21 Mar 2011 [cached]
Those candidates include Don Davis, Charles Johnson, Chuck Stone, Kathy A. Taft, Tony Moore and Ed Wilson.
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Chuck Stone
Chuck Stone of Goldsboro has spent 25-30 years working in the public health arena. He served on the State Health Plan's board from 1986-1992, and has worked with state legislators on a number of public health issues, such as decreasing costs.
Stone currently serves as director of the nonprofit North Carolinians for Affordable Health Care.
"I've seen the problems that our citizens are having with health care access and health insurance coverage, and certainly that is a major issue," he said.
Other issues that he wants tackle, both in Raleigh and District 5, include establishing a "competitive" compensation package for state employees and teachers, preparing students to work in a global economy, and reform a tax code he claims is skewed to favor large corporations over families and small businesses.
"I've sat through numerous budget hearings regarding state appropriations and taxes. said Stone. "It's been clear to me that the tax code, which was last revised during the Great Depression, need to be reformed to provide greater fairness to the taxpayers of the state."
He explained that corporations paid 37 percent of the state's total tax revenue before the code was revised, and they now pay about 8 percent.
"Everyone who pays taxes should pay their fair share," he said.
Explore things tagged 'politics' - Posterous
posterous.com, 17 Jan 2010 [cached]
Chuck Stone, a longtime SEANC leader who is chairman of North Carolina First, asked: "Does it really matter if you put a Democratic label or a Republican label on them when they go up there and support big companies and big insurance?"
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