NORTH CAROLINA, (FOX Carolina) — North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has authorized the assistance of the National Guard for North Carolina cities in need.
After days of protest, Governor Cooper authorized 450 national guardsmen to mobilize upon local government request.
Cooper addressed the recent protests, saying “I fear the cry
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