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  • Gov. Cooper presents his budget plan

    Gov. Roy Cooper presented his 2017-2019 budget plan on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at Durham Technical Community College. Cooper described it as a commonsense budget that should have broad appeal thanks to an emphasis on education and good health achieved without an increase in taxes or fees.

Gov. Roy Cooper presented his 2017-2019 budget plan on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at Durham Technical Community College. Cooper described it as a commonsense budget that should have broad appeal thanks to an emphasis on education and good health achieved without an increase in taxes or fees. Clifton Dowell NCInsider.com
Gov. Roy Cooper presented his 2017-2019 budget plan on Wednesday, March 1, 2017, at Durham Technical Community College. Cooper described it as a commonsense budget that should have broad appeal thanks to an emphasis on education and good health achieved without an increase in taxes or fees. Clifton Dowell NCInsider.com

Cooper unveils his first state budget proposal as governor

March 01, 2017 11:18 AM