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  • McCrory criticizes Cooper for not defending Voter ID law

    North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory says it's "amazing" that state Attorney General Roy Cooper will not defend the state's voter ID law and "other laws" in court. Cooper is running against McCrory in the November race for governor.

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory says it's "amazing" that state Attorney General Roy Cooper will not defend the state's voter ID law and "other laws" in court. Cooper is running against McCrory in the November race for governor. Craig Jarvis cjarvis@newsobserver.com
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory says it's "amazing" that state Attorney General Roy Cooper will not defend the state's voter ID law and "other laws" in court. Cooper is running against McCrory in the November race for governor. Craig Jarvis cjarvis@newsobserver.com

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