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Thank you, Fayetteville Observer

The shout out for NC Policy Watch reporter Sarah Ovaska’ s investigation of now-indicted State Rep. Stephen LaRoque is nice, but the main reason you need to check out this piece in today’s Fayetteville Observer is because of the message it delivers about corruption in state government and, in particular, the disturbing lack of action to curb it from the leadership of the North Carolina House.

You can read the entire editorial by clicking here.

 

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