It is becoming increasingly clear that the more people in North Carolina find out what state lawmakers did this year in Raleigh, the less they like it.
That’s true across the state and not just among the folks on public assistance that House Speaker Thom Tillis wants to divide and conquer.
People are not wild about seeing the teacher assistant in their second grader’s class fired or finding out that their college-age daughter may not graduate on time because so many classes have been cut at the campus of the UNC system she attends.
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