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Before next week’s legislative session, one voice state lawmakers MUST listen to on hurricane recovery (Audio)

Ahead of the October 15th special session, House and Senate members would be wise to listen to Grady McCallie with the NC Conservation Network on changes the state should make to minimize destruction from the next big storm. McCallie joined NC Policy Watch’s Rob Schofield in studio last week to discuss Hurricane Florence and efforts to protect agriculture, North Carolina’s waterways, and what you need to know about rebuilding in the floodplain:

Click below to listen to the full 12-minute interview:


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