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North Carolina politicos remember Rep. Paul Luebke’s 25 years of public service

State Rep. Paul Luebke died from lymphoma Saturday at the age of 70. The Durham County Democrat served in the State House of Representatives since 1991. Here’s how many North Carolinians are remembering his legacy:

“Representative Luebke was a dedicated servant whose long career in education and in the General Assembly reflected his undeniable passion for serving his district and helping the people of North Carolina. Ann and I join with people in Durham and throughout the state in mourning his loss.”Gov. Pat McCrory

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