Reps. Jimmy Dixon of Warsaw and Sarah Stevens of Mount Airy confer with Rep. Mike Hager of Burke County during debate of coal ash legislation  Wednesday in Raleigh. The measure passed the House 84-13 in the afternoon, and the Senate 38-2 a few hours later.
Reps. Jimmy Dixon of Warsaw and Sarah Stevens of Mount Airy confer with Rep. Mike Hager of Burke County during debate of coal ash legislation Wednesday in Raleigh. The measure passed the House 84-13 in the afternoon, and the Senate 38-2 a few hours later. rwillett@newsobserver.com
Reps. Jimmy Dixon of Warsaw and Sarah Stevens of Mount Airy confer with Rep. Mike Hager of Burke County during debate of coal ash legislation Wednesday in Raleigh. The measure passed the House 84-13 in the afternoon, and the Senate 38-2 a few hours later. rwillett@newsobserver.com

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