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On the latest episode of “Lee County Now,” a weekly radio show on education and current events on WXKL 1290 am, host Tamara Brogan talks about House Bill 13 and what might happen to school systems if it does not pass. Listen below.
Tamara Brogan is a former member of the Lee County Board of Education. She is currently serving on the SAGA/ Chamber of Commerce Education and Workforce Development Committee and Central Carolina Works Advisory Committee. Tamara is the host of “Lee County Now,” a weekly radio show on education and current events and issues on WXKL 1290am. She lives in Sanford with her husband and five children.