Speaker Tim Moore, left, huddles with Rep. Nelson Dollar, a Cary Republican, during a House session last week.  Moore has charted a more bipartisan, centrist path than Thom Tillis did as speaker, according to voting records and legislators of both parties.
Speaker Tim Moore, left, huddles with Rep. Nelson Dollar, a Cary Republican, during a House session last week. Moore has charted a more bipartisan, centrist path than Thom Tillis did as speaker, according to voting records and legislators of both parties. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com
Speaker Tim Moore, left, huddles with Rep. Nelson Dollar, a Cary Republican, during a House session last week. Moore has charted a more bipartisan, centrist path than Thom Tillis did as speaker, according to voting records and legislators of both parties. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com

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