The beach stand looking south from the Johnny Mercer pier at Wrightsville Beach, NC on July 2, 2015 is crowded with thousands of vacationers. The school calendar law was passed with the support of the tourism industry, which was worried about how schools were shortening summer break.
The beach stand looking south from the Johnny Mercer pier at Wrightsville Beach, NC on July 2, 2015 is crowded with thousands of vacationers. The school calendar law was passed with the support of the tourism industry, which was worried about how schools were shortening summer break. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
The beach stand looking south from the Johnny Mercer pier at Wrightsville Beach, NC on July 2, 2015 is crowded with thousands of vacationers. The school calendar law was passed with the support of the tourism industry, which was worried about how schools were shortening summer break. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
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