Gov. Pat McCrory’s budget proposal, which he released Thursday, avoids drastic cuts in state spending for road construction and bridge repairs such as the project on I-40 on the south side of Raleigh.
Gov. Pat McCrory’s budget proposal, which he released Thursday, avoids drastic cuts in state spending for road construction and bridge repairs such as the project on I-40 on the south side of Raleigh. Chris Seward NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Gov. Pat McCrory’s budget proposal, which he released Thursday, avoids drastic cuts in state spending for road construction and bridge repairs such as the project on I-40 on the south side of Raleigh. Chris Seward NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

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