Statue of Billy Graham to be Erected in U.S. Capitol

September 20, 2015

A North Carolina proposal to place a statue of the Reverend Billy Graham in the U.S. Capitol, has gained approval from North Carolina’s House of Representatives and Senate.
SRN News reports that the proposal passed the House in April and recently passed the Senate with a unanimous vote. The proposal is now being passed along to North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory.

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