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N.C. lawmakers pass COVID relief, advance K-12 reopening bill

RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina lawmakers on Thursday unanimously approved a coronavirus relief bill that sends federal money approved by Congress in December to schools for reopening, public health officials distributing the vaccine and residents struggling to pay their rent. The proposal now heading to Gov. Roy Cooper provides $1.6 billion for education with the aim ...

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