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Governor Cooper Recalls North Carolina National Guard Members

Press Release:

    RALEIGH: Governor Cooper today shared the following statement about North Carolina National Guard members:

  • "The cruel policy of tearing children away from their parents requires a strong response, and I am recalling the three members of the North Carolina National Guard from the border."

Background:
    As had been done under President Bush and President Obama, the North Carolina National Guard had deployed requested assistance to the U.S. southern border. The current deployment includes a helicopter and three National Guard members.

  • Contact: Ford Porter
  •     govpress@nc.gov



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