Rep. Paul Luebke (left) of Durham, N.C. and Rep. Mike Hager of Burke County debate SB 729, legislation dealing with coal ash reform during a 2014 House session. Luebke, who served 25 years in the House, died Saturday as a result of lymphoma.
Rep. Paul Luebke (left) of Durham, N.C. and Rep. Mike Hager of Burke County debate SB 729, legislation dealing with coal ash reform during a 2014 House session. Luebke, who served 25 years in the House, died Saturday as a result of lymphoma. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com
Rep. Paul Luebke (left) of Durham, N.C. and Rep. Mike Hager of Burke County debate SB 729, legislation dealing with coal ash reform during a 2014 House session. Luebke, who served 25 years in the House, died Saturday as a result of lymphoma. Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com

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