From left, Mark Turner, (background) father of Hallie Turner, attorneys Gayle Tuch and Ryke Longest, 13 year old plaintiff Hallie Turner and Turner's mom, Kelly Turner and attorney Shannon Arata stand before Wake Judge Michael Morgan in Wake County Civil Courtroom 5C November 13, 2015 on a motion to force the state of North Carolina to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Hallie Turner, 13, is an 8th grader at Raleigh's Ligon Middle School.
From left, Mark Turner, (background) father of Hallie Turner, attorneys Gayle Tuch and Ryke Longest, 13 year old plaintiff Hallie Turner and Turner's mom, Kelly Turner and attorney Shannon Arata stand before Wake Judge Michael Morgan in Wake County Civil Courtroom 5C November 13, 2015 on a motion to force the state of North Carolina to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Hallie Turner, 13, is an 8th grader at Raleigh's Ligon Middle School. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, Mark Turner, (background) father of Hallie Turner, attorneys Gayle Tuch and Ryke Longest, 13 year old plaintiff Hallie Turner and Turner's mom, Kelly Turner and attorney Shannon Arata stand before Wake Judge Michael Morgan in Wake County Civil Courtroom 5C November 13, 2015 on a motion to force the state of North Carolina to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Hallie Turner, 13, is an 8th grader at Raleigh's Ligon Middle School. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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