During a Monday June 19, 2017 press conference, N.C. Senate leader Phil Berger explains parts of compromise North Carolina state budget that includes an average pay raise of 3.3 percent for teachers in the coming year, and a raise for most other state employees’ pay by a flat $1,000. Retired state employees would receive a 1 percent cost-of-living increase in their pension checks.
During a Monday June 19, 2017 press conference, N.C. Senate leader Phil Berger explains parts of compromise North Carolina state budget that includes an average pay raise of 3.3 percent for teachers in the coming year, and a raise for most other state employees’ pay by a flat $1,000. Retired state employees would receive a 1 percent cost-of-living increase in their pension checks. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
During a Monday June 19, 2017 press conference, N.C. Senate leader Phil Berger explains parts of compromise North Carolina state budget that includes an average pay raise of 3.3 percent for teachers in the coming year, and a raise for most other state employees’ pay by a flat $1,000. Retired state employees would receive a 1 percent cost-of-living increase in their pension checks. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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