The North Carolina House of Representatives took an important symbolic step this week by unanimously agreeing to apologize for the institution of slavery and the immoral laws approved by our General Assembly predecessors. Additional work this past week has focused on education, health care, the environment, as well as budgetary issues.
We also honored Rep. Ruth Easterling, who passed away last fall. She had been the longest-serving female House member.
We lost a true public servant when Senator Bill Martin from
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