Rep. J.H. Langdon, center, shares a laugh with Sen. Brent Jackson, left. With them is Rep. Leo Daughtry. All attended Johnston County’s 2016 legislative update.
Rep. J.H. Langdon, center, shares a laugh with Sen. Brent Jackson, left. With them is Rep. Leo Daughtry. All attended Johnston County’s 2016 legislative update. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com
Rep. J.H. Langdon, center, shares a laugh with Sen. Brent Jackson, left. With them is Rep. Leo Daughtry. All attended Johnston County’s 2016 legislative update. Drew Jackson jdjackson@newsobserver.com

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