House Speaker Tim Moore, left, talks with Reps. Nelson Dollar and Linda Johnson during a House session last week at the Legislature Building in Raleigh. Moore said that the House and Senate are moving closer on the budget. “Hopefully the end is in sight,” he said.
House Speaker Tim Moore, left, talks with Reps. Nelson Dollar and Linda Johnson during a House session last week at the Legislature Building in Raleigh. Moore said that the House and Senate are moving closer on the budget. “Hopefully the end is in sight,” he said. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com
House Speaker Tim Moore, left, talks with Reps. Nelson Dollar and Linda Johnson during a House session last week at the Legislature Building in Raleigh. Moore said that the House and Senate are moving closer on the budget. “Hopefully the end is in sight,” he said. TRAVIS LONG tlong@newsobserver.com

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