A HOUSE RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING A HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE ISSUE OF FEDERALISM AND ABUSES OF FEDERAL AUTHORITY, INCLUDING WHETHER NORTH CAROLINA SHOULD APPLY TO CONGRESS FOR A CONVENTION OF THE STATES UNDER ARTICLE V OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition:
Changes the long title.
Makes technical changes to, adds to, amends and deletes portions of the whereas clauses of the resolution.
Gives the House Select Committee on a Convention of the States five additional responsibilities, including examining the economic impact on NC citizens, communities, and businesses of certain federal executive branch actions and to determine if enforcement activity based on federal legislative authority has been needlessly and unnecessarily expanded beyond the intent of such legislation.
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