Bill Summary for H 330 (2021-2022)

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Apr 27 2021

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House Bill 330 (Public) Filed Wednesday, March 17, 2021
A JOINT RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THE NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S POSITION REGARDING ANY FEDERAL ACTION INFRINGING UPON THE STATE'S SOVEREIGN CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY TO MANAGE, CONTROL, AND ADMINISTER ELECTIONS.
Intro. by Iler, Hardister, D. Hall, Stevens.

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House committee substitute amends the 1st edition as follows. Revises and adds to the act's whereas clauses. Changes the act's long title.

Now states that the NCGA does not support (rather than stating legislator opposition to) any attempt by the federal government to usurp or interfere with the State's legislative authority over the management, control, and administration of elections, and federal H.R. 1 (For the People Act of 2021; introduced in Congress on January 4, 2021) and any subsequent enactment of the terms of this proposal and implores members of Congress to oppose the same. 

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