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    Political reporter Colin Campbell breaks down what happened during the first day of the legislative session and offers insight into what bills legislators are likely to introduce, including a possible repeal of HB2.

Political reporter Colin Campbell breaks down what happened during the first day of the legislative session and offers insight into what bills legislators are likely to introduce, including a possible repeal of HB2. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
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Legislators look to raise class size cap to avoid cuts to PE, arts classes

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