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July 4, 2014 9:00 AM

NEA accuses Koch brothers of funding former Wake County school board majority

The National Education Association charges that "ALEC-endorsed candidates" using "Koch dollars" won the 2009 Wake County school board elections. But ALEC doesn't endorse candidates and the Koch brothers didn't spend money in the campaign.

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