A bipartisan bill sent to the desk of North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper would force all school districts to provide optional in-person instruction. Cooper says he cannot sign it. But he hasn't said he'd veto it. This is important, because he could just let it become law without his signature after 10 days. But he refuses to say what he intends to do. And when reporters were given a chance to ask him at a press briefing... they didn't get an answer. Instead, they chased soundbites about cracking down on vaccine line-cutters.
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