Teachers, parents and students walk down Olive Branch Road Tuesday on a 23-mile, two-day trek to Raleigh to ask Gov. Pat McCrory to expand Medicaid funding and increase funding for schools.
Teachers, parents and students walk down Olive Branch Road Tuesday on a 23-mile, two-day trek to Raleigh to ask Gov. Pat McCrory to expand Medicaid funding and increase funding for schools. Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com
Teachers, parents and students walk down Olive Branch Road Tuesday on a 23-mile, two-day trek to Raleigh to ask Gov. Pat McCrory to expand Medicaid funding and increase funding for schools. Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com

Durham, Chapel Hill teachers’ walk ends with arrests

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