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  • NC state senator pushed for natural gas fund, then sought money from it

    State Sen. Brent Jackson, a Sampson County Republican, explains his legislation for a $5 million fund that provides natural gas service to farms across the state, and how his farm had applied for a $925,000 grant from that fund.

State Sen. Brent Jackson, a Sampson County Republican, explains his legislation for a $5 million fund that provides natural gas service to farms across the state, and how his farm had applied for a $925,000 grant from that fund. Dan Kane dkane@newsobserver.com
State Sen. Brent Jackson, a Sampson County Republican, explains his legislation for a $5 million fund that provides natural gas service to farms across the state, and how his farm had applied for a $925,000 grant from that fund. Dan Kane dkane@newsobserver.com

Grant to Sen. Jackson could have saved his farm $70,000 a year, records show

January 03, 2017 5:55 PM