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    North Carolina writers Clyde Edgerton, left, and Bland Simpson sing a song about cuts to public education funding at a gathering of writers Saturday at the state Capitol in Raleigh, NC to protest Republican policies.

North Carolina writers Clyde Edgerton, left, and Bland Simpson sing a song about cuts to public education funding at a gathering of writers Saturday at the state Capitol in Raleigh, NC to protest Republican policies. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com
North Carolina writers Clyde Edgerton, left, and Bland Simpson sing a song about cuts to public education funding at a gathering of writers Saturday at the state Capitol in Raleigh, NC to protest Republican policies. Colin Campbell ccampbell@newsobserver.com

NC writers want state government to turn a new leaf

March 19, 2016 6:23 PM