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  • Berger touts Republican successes in response to State of the State address

    In his remarks, taped for television about three hours before Gov. Cooper’s address, Senate leader Phil Berger reminded viewers of the GOP legislative majorities. He said Republicans are responsible for the state’s successes.

In his remarks, taped for television about three hours before Gov. Cooper’s address, Senate leader Phil Berger reminded viewers of the GOP legislative majorities. He said Republicans are responsible for the state’s successes. Pool Video, Photo by Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
In his remarks, taped for television about three hours before Gov. Cooper’s address, Senate leader Phil Berger reminded viewers of the GOP legislative majorities. He said Republicans are responsible for the state’s successes. Pool Video, Photo by Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Berger: ‘Gov. Cooper works ... to kill real compromises’

March 14, 2017 7:11 PM