Fri Mar 5, 2021

Editorial: Water-soaked roads show how bad litter has gotten

A vehicle splashes water on Soles Road near N.C. 130 on Thursday afternoon. Continued rains have started to flood low-lying roads in Columbus County. Photo by Rocky McPherson.

North Carolina lawmakers have filed a bipartisan bill to help alleviate the troves of litter that line the state’s highways. It’s a big task.

A story in The (Raleigh) News & Observer reports that both citizens and lawmakers have noticed just how bad it’s become lately, resulting

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