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September 2, 2014 7:22 PM

NC's Supreme Court rejects emergency release of school voucher funds

North Carolina's Supreme Court has rejected a request from legislative leaders for an emergency release of voucher funds while they appeal a court decision that declared the program unconstitutional. The case is expected to take a more traditional route through the appellate courts now.

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