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August 22, 2014 7:23 PM

NC attorney general asks for vouchers to be distributed while judge’s ruling is on appeal

As the legal battle over North Carolina’s voucher program continued. the state attorney general, General Assembly chamber leaders and several parents have asked the N.C. Court of Appeals to make an emergency ruling to allow disbursement of taxpayer funds to 1,878 children who had accepted the grants for this year.

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