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Complete Agenda [pdf/128kb]
(with parking and additional information).
HNC Legislative Day
Thursday, June 14th, 2018
This is a time of change and you can make a difference. The Bleeding Disorders Community is diverse in many respects including political views. One thing all members have in common is the need to stand as watchdogs as individuals, for our families, and for our community on topics that may have an impact on those living with bleeding disorders.
One continuing focus of the annual HNC Legislative Day is to continue building awareness and relationships among our North Carolina State Representatives and the bleeding disorders community throughout the state. As the date gets closer, the HNC Advocacy Committee will determine what specific issues may impact people affected by bleeding disorders in NC. How can you do your part to aid this effort? Tell your story to members of the North Carolina Legislature at Hemophilia of North Carolina’s Legislative Day!
HNC is a statewide organization, so we need members from throughout the state to come to Raleigh and represent our community with their district representatives.
Legislative Day Schedule
Wednesday, June 13th (Optional)
Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh Downtown
600 Glenwood Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27603
7:15pm–8:15pm: Training Session
8:15pm–8:30pm: Q & A
Thursday, June 14th
8:30am–9:00am: Briefing at HNC booth
1 Edenton Street
9:00am–3:00pm: Meet with legislators and staff
NC State Legislative Building
16 West Jones Street
Download Agenda [pdf/128kb]
There will be an optional dinner and training session on Wednesday, June 13th to help prepare you to speak with your representatives.
On Thursday, June 14th, HNC members will have the opportunity to meet with their legislators and staff.
There are some changes this year from prior years: HNC will have a booth at the Bicentennial Plaza to help raise awareness among the general public about issues that affect the bleeding disorders community. The Bicentennial Plaza is located across the street from the NC State Capital between the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and North Carolina Museum of History. There is a lot of foot traffic which will provide an excellent opportunity to raise awareness. We will begin with a briefing at 8:45am at the HNC booth at the Bicentennial Plaza. After receiving our schedule and appointments for the day, HNC members will walk over to the Legislative Buildings to meet with their legislators and staff.
Parking at the Hotel
Parking at the hotel is $6*. The hotel is within .8 miles (a 15-minute walk) of the Legislative Building. You can choose to walk or find parking closer (see below).
Walking Directions from Hotel to the HNC booth at the Bicentennial Plaza
Out of the hotel, turn left on W Johnson Street, then turn right on N West Street. Walk 3 blocks (0.3 miles) and turn left on W Jones Street. Walk 4½ blocks (0.4 miles), past N Salisbury Street, then turn right into the Plaza (next to the NC Museum of Natural Sciences). The HNC booth will be in the Plaza, part way down.
Parking for the Legislative Building
Parking is available weekdays in several public pay parking decks* within walking distance. The Green Square parking deck is at the corner of Edenton and McDowell Streets, behind the Nature Research Center (NRC). The entrance to the deck is on Edenton between Salisbury and McDowell Streets. Exit the deck on the north side and you will be at the back entrance to the NRC.
*Please see Charlene for parking reimbursement.