Gov. Pat McCrory talks to a group of students and faculty at St. David’s School in Raleigh Monday.  McCrory came to the school to talk to students from the Senior Seminar group, where questions were raised about the Dan River coal ash spill and teacher pay.
Gov. Pat McCrory talks to a group of students and faculty at St. David’s School in Raleigh Monday. McCrory came to the school to talk to students from the Senior Seminar group, where questions were raised about the Dan River coal ash spill and teacher pay. cseward@newsobserver.com
Gov. Pat McCrory talks to a group of students and faculty at St. David’s School in Raleigh Monday. McCrory came to the school to talk to students from the Senior Seminar group, where questions were raised about the Dan River coal ash spill and teacher pay. cseward@newsobserver.com
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McCrory fields questions about coal ash clean-up

March 11, 2014 01:16 PM

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