From left, Representatives John Torbett, Justin Burr, Nelson Dollar and Tim Moore, confer during N.C. House budget deliberations in 2014. Positive revenue projections are expected to make this year’s budget talks more flexible, but some budget writers are urging “fiscal responsibility.”
From left, Representatives John Torbett, Justin Burr, Nelson Dollar and Tim Moore, confer during N.C. House budget deliberations in 2014. Positive revenue projections are expected to make this year’s budget talks more flexible, but some budget writers are urging “fiscal responsibility.” Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
From left, Representatives John Torbett, Justin Burr, Nelson Dollar and Tim Moore, confer during N.C. House budget deliberations in 2014. Positive revenue projections are expected to make this year’s budget talks more flexible, but some budget writers are urging “fiscal responsibility.” Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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