This file photo from May 30, 2001, shows students of the North Carolina Preschool Satellite Class for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing rallying for funding at the General Assembly. The students are, left to right, Miracale Suggs, 2, J'Quiya Hardy, 5, and Teena Clemmons, 4.
This file photo from May 30, 2001, shows students of the North Carolina Preschool Satellite Class for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing rallying for funding at the General Assembly. The students are, left to right, Miracale Suggs, 2, J'Quiya Hardy, 5, and Teena Clemmons, 4. Corey Lowenstein Corey Lowenstein
This file photo from May 30, 2001, shows students of the North Carolina Preschool Satellite Class for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing rallying for funding at the General Assembly. The students are, left to right, Miracale Suggs, 2, J'Quiya Hardy, 5, and Teena Clemmons, 4. Corey Lowenstein Corey Lowenstein

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