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Hardin Park Teacher's Comments Spark Perdue's Budget Veto PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Monday, 13 June 2011 07:32

Governor Bev Perdue decided last Friday in her visit to Hardin Park School to veto the state budget as presented to her by the legislature after hearing this comment from a Hardin Park teacher advising a student to go into teaching, but not in North Carolina. Pedue said teacher Alan Felker’s comments pushed her to decide on the veto of the budget after Felker’s advise to a student to teach, "You have to teach in a state that believes in you and a state that believes in children, and right now, I cannot honestly say that North Carolina does that." Republicans feel that they have the votes—including five democrats—to override the $19.7 billion budget, and that vote will come this week.

  
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