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Gov. Pat McCrory signed the state budget Thursday at Union County Elementary School. McCrory announced that the $22.34 billion budget includes a 4.7 percent pay increase for teachers across the state, meaning that for the first time in state history, teacher pay will be over $50,000 a year. Charlotte Observer

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