Hundreds from WNC Attend Moral March
Thousands of people descended on Raleigh Saturday for the largest Moral March to date.
Protesters say they are upset with the way state leaders are running North Carolina. They say budget cuts, teacher salaries, and health care are just a few of the many issues they want to take up with lawmakers.
Hundreds of people from the mountains attended Saturday's rally. Over 200 people took buses from Asheville to Raleigh. Protesters tell News 13 they will continue to rally until they see change happen.