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STATE OFFICIALS USE DRIVERS
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STATE OFFICIALS USE DRIVERS

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Correction Secretary Aaron J. Johnson is not the only top-ranking state official who has a state-paid aide to do his driving. State school Superintendent Bobby R. Etheridge has one, too.

Etheridge said the employee, Harry Daniel of Raleigh, often accompanies him on out-of-town trips that require traveling late at night or on overnight trips.Etheridge, a Democrat, is at least the third top-ranking official who has employed someone whose duties include accompanying the boss on out-of-town trips and driving.

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