Courtesy of NC taxpayers.
Plus they get full coverage, even though they're technically part-time workers.
Plus they can get their health insurance coverage for life, even after they leave office.
According to the ABC11 I-Team investigation, "Taxpayers pick up the just over $60,000 tab for the lawmaker's health care plan."
That would be $60,000 each.
Meanwhile, the fully insured state senator and the fully insured state rep. voted last week with the rest of their Republican colleagues in the General Assembly to deny the rest of us what they are enjoying. They passed H.B.2, which would effectively cripple the federal Affordable Health Care Act, ending the (few) actual insurance reforms covering recission and "pre-existing conditions."