There is a lot that could be said about this, but it is a shame. The award is truly diminished when it’s presented for the heck of it.
Why are we just learning about it now? Why was it awarded? Why was it hidden from the public until a month after Bev Perdue left office?
You can read more here, but it’s just sad because there are truly great people in this state that would be worthy of such an award. The comments attached to the story say more than I could possibly say here.
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