McCrory Seeks Additional Money for Substance Abuse Treatment

April 14th, 2016

mccroryIn a news conference on Monday, April 11, Gov. Pat McCrory said he will ask lawmakers to provide more money for substance abuse treatment, caring for those with Alzheimer’s disease and combating the Zika virus. The Governor seeks $50 million for these initiatives, a small slice of the roughly $21 billion state spending plan he will eventually send to lawmakers.

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