Governor Pat McCrory smiles after he signed the bill that puts his bonds issue before voters in the spring during a ceremony where leaders from a variety of state agencies gathered to show support for the bonds held on the N.C. State Centennial Campus in Raleigh on Oct. 21, 2015. The proposal, called Connect NC, targets investments in North Carolina's roads, education, public health, parks and military, from small farming towns to large cities.
Governor Pat McCrory smiles after he signed the bill that puts his bonds issue before voters in the spring during a ceremony where leaders from a variety of state agencies gathered to show support for the bonds held on the N.C. State Centennial Campus in Raleigh on Oct. 21, 2015. The proposal, called Connect NC, targets investments in North Carolina's roads, education, public health, parks and military, from small farming towns to large cities. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Governor Pat McCrory smiles after he signed the bill that puts his bonds issue before voters in the spring during a ceremony where leaders from a variety of state agencies gathered to show support for the bonds held on the N.C. State Centennial Campus in Raleigh on Oct. 21, 2015. The proposal, called Connect NC, targets investments in North Carolina's roads, education, public health, parks and military, from small farming towns to large cities. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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