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The NC Senate passes HB97 state budget compromise bill Wednesday, September 16, 2015 during a ten minute long session with a 37 to 13 vote. Some state senate democrats switched their votes to adopt the NC House/Senate compromise budget bill from the motion vote about the same bill the day before. The budget bill now passes on to the NC House for a vote this week and will head to NC Governor Pat McCrory's desk after that. Harry Lynch The News & Observer
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