The Daily Bulletin: 2018-11-27

The Daily Bulletin: 2018-11-27

PUBLIC/HOUSE BILLS
H 1104 (2017-2018) HONOR KEVIN CONNER, FORMER STATE TROOPER. Filed Nov 27 2018, A HOUSE RESOLUTION HONORING THE LIFE AND MEMORY OF MASTER TROOPER KEVIN CONNER, WHO WAS KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY.

As title indicates.

Intro. by Brenden Jones.HOUSE RES
H 1107 (2017-2018) IMPLEMENTATION OF VOTER ID CONST. AMENDMENT. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO IMPLEMENT THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION TO VOTE.

Part I

Enacts GS 163A-869.1, requiring county boards of elections to issue voter photo identification cards (photo ID cards) to registered voters upon request at no charge beginning no later than May 1, 2019. Describes the cards, requiring that they contain the voter’s photograph and voter registration number and expire eight years after issuance. Directs county boards of elections to maintain a secure database containing photographs of registered voters taken for voter ID cards. Requires the Bipartisan State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement (State Board) make available to county boards of elections the necessary equipment to print the cards, while county boards operate and maintain the equipment. Directs the State Board to adopt related rules no later than April 15, 2019, including at minimum: (1) requiring registered voters to provide their date of birth and last four digits of their Social Security number to obtain a photo ID card; (2) issuing photo ID cards at any time except between the end of one-stop voting for a primary or election and election day for each primary or election; and (3) allowing for issuance of duplicate photo ID cards at no charge upon request in person, or by phone, or by mail.

Enacts GS 163A-1145.1, setting out the requirement to produce photo identification to vote in person. Outlines acceptable forms of photo identification, including a valid and unexpired, or expired for one year or less: NC driver's license; a special identification card or similar card issued by the NC Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV); a US passport; an NC voter photo identification card; a tribal enrollment card issued by a federally or state recognized tribe; a student ID card issued in accordance with new GS 163A-1145.2 by a constituent institution of UNC, the NC Community College System, or eligible private postsecondary institution; an employee identification card issued in accordance with new GS 163A-1145.3 by a state or local government; or a driver's license or special identification card issued by another state, D.C., or a US territory so long as the voter’s voter registration was within 90 days of the election. Allows for a US military identification card or Veterans Identification Card to be presented and accepted regardless of expiration. Allows for any expired form of identification allowed by the statute to be presented by a voter who is 65 years old so long as the identification was unexpired on the voter’s 65th birthday. Details verification of photo identification presented by an assigned precinct official. Allows registered voters that cannot produce the required photo identification to cast a provisional ballot that will be counted only if the voter brings an acceptable form of photo identification to the county board of elections by the end of business on the business day prior to the county’s canvass. Allows those with a religious objection to being photographed, a reasonable impediment to obtaining a photo identification, or unable to produce a photo ID due to being a victim of a natural disaster to cast a provisional ballot upon completion of an affidavit as described. Provides for the county board of elections to review photo identification exceptions and affidavits. Specifies that the purpose of the required identification is only to confirm the person presenting to vote is the voter on the registration record, and that an address listed on any identification is not determinative of residence for voting purposes.

Enacts GS 163A-1145.2 and GS 163A-1145.3, setting out a process for the State Board to approve the use of student and employee identification cards for voting and detailing criteria that must be met, including that identification cards contain an expiration date, effective January 1, 2021, and institutions and employing entities employ reasonable security measures to protect the identification process. Requires the State Board to (1) approve the use of student and employee identification cards every four years and (2) publish a list of participating institutions and entities to its website every four years and disburse the list to county boards of elections.

Requires the State Board to approve tribal enrollment cards, student identification cards, and employee identification cards no later than March 15, 2019, for use in primaries and elections held in 2019 and 2020, and again no later than March 15, 2021, for elections held on or after that date. Directs the State Board to adopt temporary rules regarding reasonable security measures for student or employee ID cards no later than February 1, 2019, and permanent rules on the matter no later than May 15, 2021. Requires the State Board to produce the initial list of participating institutions and employing entities no later than April 1, 2019.

Permits otherwise acceptable student and employee identification cards that do not have an expiration date to be eligible for use in any election held before January 1, 2021.

Allows any voter who does not present an acceptable form of photo identification for an election held in 2019 to cast a provisional ballot and complete an impediment affidavit for not being aware of the requirement or failing to bring an acceptable form of photo identification to the voting place.

Amends GS 20-37.7 to allow special identification cards to be issued free of charge to applicants who are at least 17 (was, 70) years old. Requires the DMV to automatically issue and mail at no charge a special identification card to a person whose valid drivers license, permit, or endorsement is required to be seized or surrendered, and is received, due to cancellation, disqualification, suspension or revocation, if the person is eligible to receive a special identification card. Makes conforming changes.

Makes conforming changes to GS 163A-1137 and GS 163A-1300 concerning presenting photo identification to vote in person.

Directs the State Board to establish an aggressive voter education program concerning the new provisions, including: posting information concerning voter ID changes at each county board of elections, the State Board’s office, and their respective websites; training precinct officials; coordinating with each county board of elections to conduct seminars prior to September 1, 2019; and coordinating with local governments, service organizations, and media outlets to disseminate voter ID changes to the public, with dissemination in Spanish and other languages. Additionally requires education materials be provided to underserved and minority communities. Specifically requires the State Board to notify each registered voter who does not have an NC issued driver’s license or identification card by September 1, 2019, of the act’s provisions; the requirements to vote absentee, early, on election day, or by provisional ballot; and state the availability of a free NC voter photo ID card. Further requires information be mailed to all registered voters three times describing acceptable forms of photo identification, options for provisional voting, and a description of mail-in absentee voting. Requires the State Board to create a list of all registered NC voters who are otherwise qualified to vote but do not have an NC driver's license or other photo identification issued by the NC DMV as of September 1, 2019. Requires the list be made available to any registered voter upon request and at a reasonable fee. Requires the NC DMV to provide the list of persons with an NC driver's license or other photo identification issued by the NC DMV at no cost to the State Board.

Requires county boards of elections to make information available regarding the act to all voters in the 2019 municipal primary and election and at the 2020 primary election.

Part II

Makes conforming changes to repeal Sections 1.1, 5.2, 5.3 (as amended by SL 2015-103), 5.4, and 5.5 of SL 2013-381, the Voter Information Verification Act. 

Part III

Makes conforming changes, repealing the following statutes relating to voter identification: GS 163A-868, GS 163A-869(e), GS 163A-1140(b), GS 163A-1145, GS 163A-1146, GS 163A-1147, GS 163A-1167, GS 163A-1168, and GS 163A-1301.

Amends GS 163A-1389, making it a Class I felony to counterfeit, sell, lend to, or knowingly permit the use of a form of acceptable photo identification listed in new GS 163A-1145.1 by one not entitled thereto.

Amends GS 163A-821, authorizing the chair of each political party in the State to designate up to 100 additional at-large observers who can attend any voting place in the state. Requires observers to be residents and registered voters of North Carolina, and be of good moral character. Makes clarifying changes.

Makes further conforming changes to GS 163A-913, GS 130A-93.1, GS 161-10(a)(8), GS 163A-1389(13), GS 163A-821, GS 163A-867(g)(2), GS 163A-1133(b), GS 163A-1134(e), GS 163A-1298(a), GS 163A-1300(a) and (i), GS 163A-1303, GS 163A-1306, GS 163A-1308(c), GS 163A-1310(c), GS 163A-1315, GS 163A-1368, GS 163A-1411(41), and GS 163A-1520(a).

Part IV

Authorizes the State Board to exhaust the Voter Education Fund to implement the Act.

Intro. by Lewis, Duane Hall, Torbett, Conrad.GS 20, GS 130A, GS 161, GS 163A

The Daily Bulletin: 2018-11-27

PUBLIC/SENATE BILLS
S 820 (2017-2018) HIGH-PAY JDIG JOB CAP MODIFICATION. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO MODIFY THE PER JOB CAP FOR PURPOSES OF CERTAIN JOB DEVELOPMENT INCENTIVE GRANT AWARDS.

Amends GS 143B-437.56 regarding the Job Development Incentive Grant Program, increasing the maximum allowable grant associated with any specific eligible position for projects other than transformational projects, from $6,500 to $16,000 per year. Makes conforming changes to GS 143B-437.57(a)(23) concerning the inclusion of a provision stating the limitation of GS 143B-437.56(f) in community economic development agreements.

Intro. by Tillman, Newton, Alexander.GS 143B
S 821 (2017-2018) SUNSET UNCONSTITUTIONAL BOARDS & COMMISSIONS. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO REPEAL STATUTES CREATING THE CHILD CARE COMMISSION; THE CLEAN WATER MANAGEMENT TRUST FUND BOARD OF TRUSTEES; THE NORTH CAROLINA PARKS AND RECREATION AUTHORITY; THE PRIVATE PROTECTIVE SERVICES BOARD; THE RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE AUTHORITY; AND THE STATE BUILDING COMMISSION FOR WHICH THE APPOINTED STRUCTURES WERE RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL PURSUANT TO MCCRORY V. BERGER AND COOPER V. BERGER.

As title indicates, repeals the following statutes, which establish appointment structures for certain boards and commissions, effective June 30, 2019: 

  • GS 143B-168.4 (Child Care Commission);
  • GS 143B-135.240 (Clean Water Management Trust Fund Board of Trustees);
  • GS 143B-135.202 (North Carolina Parks and Recreation Authority);
  • GS 74C-4 (Private Protective Services Board); and
  • GS 143B-472.128(a)-(i) (Rural Infrastructure Authority).

Designates the Department of Natural and Cultural Resources to serve as the successor-in-interest for all outstanding instruments payable to the Clean Water Management Trust Fund Board of Trustees, and the Rural Economic Development Division to serve the same for all outstanding instruments payable to the Rural Infrastructure Authority.

Intro. by Wells.GS 74C, GS 143, GS 143B
S 822 (2017-2018) FORMS OF PHOTO ID/PROVIDE VOTER PHOTO ID. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE FORMS OF PHOTO IDENTIFICATION THAT ARE VALID FOR VOTING IN PERSON, TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF VOTER PHOTO IDENTIFICATION CARDS TO APPLICANTS SEEKING TO VOTE OR REGISTERED VOTERS THAT DO NOT POSSESS ANOTHER VALID FORM OF PHOTO IDENTIFICATION, TO MAKE CONFORMING STATUTORY CHANGES, AND TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR PURPOSES OF IMPLEMENTING PROVISIONS IN THIS ACT.

Part 1

Repeals the following statutes: GS 163A-1145 (photo identification requirement), GS 163A-1146 (nonreasonable resemblance of photo identification), and GS 163A-1147 (reasonable impediment declaration).

Enacts GS 163A-1145.1, setting out the requirement to produce photo identification to vote in person. Outlines the following acceptable forms of photo identification, which must be valid and unexpired: NC driver's license; a special identification card or similar card issued by the NC Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV); a US passport; an NC voter photo identification card; a tribal enrollment card issued by a federally or state recognized tribe; a student ID card issued by a constituent institution of UNC, a North Carolina community college, or any accredited private college or university located in North Carolina; a driver's license or special identification card issued by another state, DC, or a US territory so long as the voter’s voter registration was within 90 days of the election; any identification card issued by the federal government, the State, or local government; or an identification card issued by a public or private entity that required the employee to provide their date of birth and the last four digits of their Social Security number. Allows for a US military identification card or Veterans Identification Card to be presented and accepted regardless of expiration. Allows for any expired form of identification allowed by the statute to be presented by a voter who is 70 years old so long as the identification was unexpired on the voter’s 70th birthday. Provides that a registered voter that cannot produce the required photo identification and casts a provisional ballot on election day can request that the county board of elections issue a voter photo identification card after the election and prior to the completion of canvassing. Effective January 1, 2021, and applies to primaries and elections held on or after that date.

Amends GS 163A-1300, requiring county boards of elections to issue a North Carolina voter identification card upon request to applicants or registered voters that do not possess a valid form of photo identification. Requires the voter ID card to contain the photograph of the applicant or registered voter, be issued free of charge, and valid for four years. Requires the county boards to issue voter ID cards at the one-stop voting site located at the county board of elections office and additional sites as it deems necessary. Requires the applicant or registered voter to provide a copy of a document listed in GS 163A-1144(a)(2), which requires first time voters who registered by mail to present a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document showing the name and address of the voter. Limits use of the voter ID card to election purposes, including voting in the election on the same day it is issued. Directs the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement to adopt implementing rules. Makes conforming changes. Effective January 1, 2020, and applies to primaries and elections held on or after that date.

Part 2

Amends GS 20-37.7 to allow special identification cards to be issued free of charge to applicants who are at least 17 (was, 70) years old. Makes conforming changes.

Repeals GS 163A-868, which allowed for a declaration of a religious objection to being photographed to register to vote.

Repeals the following statutes regarding voter photo identification: GS 163A-1140(b) (concerning curbiside voting), GS 163A-1167 (concerning counting provisional ballots cast due to failure to provide photo identification when voting in person), GS 163A-1168 (concerning counting provisional ballots cast following completion of a reasonable impediment declaration when voting in person) .

Makes conforming changes to GS 130A-93.1(c), GS 161-10(a)(8), GS 163A-869(e), GS 163A-913, GS 163A-1137(a), GS 163A-1301(a), and GS 163A-1389(13).

Part 3

Directs the State Board and county boards of elections to inform the public about the availability of North Carolina voter photo ID cards as provided. 

Requires in-person voters to be notified of the photo identification requirement that begins in 2021 and asked if they have one of the permissible forms of photo identification at each primary and election between March 1, 2019, and January 1, 2021. Requires voters that do not have a permissible photo identification to sign an acknowledgment of the requirement and be given a list of the types of permissible forms and information on how to obtain them. Provides that the list of names of voters who signed an acknowledgment is public record. Effective January 1, 2019.

Part 4

Appropriates to the State Board $952,500 for the 2018-19 fiscal year, specifying $840,000 is to be used for education and outreach and $112,500 is to be used for equipment for the county boards of election.

Part 5

Provides that Part 3 of the act (possibly intends Part 2) is effective January 1, 2021, and applies to primaries and elections held on or after that date.

Intro. by Clark, Woodard.APPROP, GS 20, GS 130A, GS 161, GS 163A
S 823 (2017-2018) HURRICANE FLORENCE/SUPPLEMENTAL ACT. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL DISASTER RELIEF IN RESPONSE TO HURRICANE FLORENCE.

Appropriates $299,800,000 from the Hurricane Florence Disaster Recovery Fund (created by SL 2018-134) for the 2018-19 fiscal year in the amounts and for the hurricane recovery purposes specified to: the Department of Public Instruction, the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, the Office of State Budget and Management, the Department of Environmental Quality/Division of Marine Fisheries, Department of Environmental Quality/Division of Coastal Management, the Wildlife Resources Commission, the Department of Environmental Quality, and the Judicial Department.

Intro. by Brown, B. Jackson.APPROP
S 824 (2017-2018) IMPLEMENTATION OF VOTER ID CONST. AMENDMENT. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO IMPLEMENT THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT REQUIRING PHOTOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION TO VOTE.

Part I

Enacts GS 163A-869.1, requiring county boards of elections to issue voter photo identification cards (photo ID cards) to registered voters upon request at no charge beginning no later than May 1, 2019. Describes the cards, requiring that they contain the voter’s photograph and voter registration number and expire eight years after issuance. Directs county boards of elections to maintain a secure database containing photographs of registered voters taken for voter ID cards. Requires the Bipartisan State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement (State Board) make available to county boards of elections the necessary equipment to print the cards, while county boards operate and maintain the equipment. Directs the State Board to adopt related rules no later than April 15, 2019, including at minimum: (1) requiring registered voters to provide their date of birth and last four digits of their social security number to obtain a photo ID card; (2) issuing photo ID cards at any time except between registration deadline and election day for a primary or election; and (3) allowing for issuance of duplicate photo ID cards at no charge upon request in person, by phone, or by mail.

Enacts GS 163A-1145.1, setting out the requirement to produce photo identification to vote in person. Outlines acceptable forms of photo identification, including a valid and unexpired, or expired for one year or less: NC driver's license; a special identification card or similar card issued by the NC Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV); a US passport; an NC voter photo identification card; a tribal enrollment card issued by a federally or state recognized tribe; a student ID card issued in accordance with new GS 163A-1145.2 by a constituent institution of UNC, the NC Community College System, or eligible private postsecondary institution; an employee identification card issued in accordance with new GS 163A-1145.3 by a state or local government; or a drivers license or special identification card issued by another state, DC, or a US territory so long as the voter’s voter registration was within 90 days of the election. Allows for a US military identification card or Veterans Identification Card to be presented and accepted regardless of expiration. Allows for any expired form of identification allowed by the statute to be presented by a voter who is 65 years old so long as the identification was unexpired on the voter’s 65th birthday. Details verification of photo identification presented by an assigned precinct official. Allows registered voters that cannot produce the required photo identification to cast a provisional ballot that will be counted only if the voter brings an acceptable form of photo identification to the county board of elections by the end of business on the business day prior to the county’s canvass. Allows those with a religious objection to being photographed, a reasonable impediment to obtaining a photo identification, or unable to produce a photo ID due to being a victim of a natural disaster to cast a provisional ballot upon completion of an affidavit as described. Provides for the county board of elections to review photo identification exceptions and affidavits. Specifies that the purpose of the required identification is only to confirm the person presenting to vote is the voter on the registration record, and that an address listed on any identification is not determinative of residence for voting purposes.

Enacts GS 163A-1145.2 and GS 163A-1145.3, setting out a process for the State Board to approve the use of student and employee identification cards for voting and detailing criteria that must be met, including that identification cards contain an expiration date, effective January 1, 2021, and institutions and employing entities employ reasonable security measures to protect the identification process. Requires the State Board to (1) approve the use of student and employee identification cards every four years and (2) publish a list of participating institutions and entities to its website every four years and disburse the list to county boards of elections.

Requires the State Board to approve tribal enrollment cards, student identification cards, and employee identification cards no later than March 15, 2019, for use in primaries and elections held in 2019 and 2020, and again no later than March 15, 2021, for elections held on or after that date. Directs the State Board to adopt temporary rules regarding reasonable security measures for student or employee ID cards no later than February 1, 2019, and permanent rules on the matter no later than May 15, 2021. Requires the State Board to produce the initial list of participating institutions and employing entities no later than April 1, 2019.

Permits otherwise acceptable student and employee identification cards that do not have an expiration date to be eligible for use in any election held before January 1, 2021.

Allows any voter who does not present an acceptable form of photo identification for an election held in 2019 to cast a provisional ballot and complete an impediment affidavit for not being aware of the requirement or failing to bring an acceptable form of photo identification to the voting place.

Amends GS 20-37.7 to allow special identification cards to be issued free of charge to applicants who are at least 17 (was, 70) years old. Requires the DMV to automatically issue and mail at no charge a special identification card to a person whose valid driver's license, permit, or endorsement is required to be seized or surrendered, and is received, due to cancellation, disqualification, suspension, or revocation, if the person is eligible to receive a special identification card. Makes conforming changes.

Makes conforming changes to GS 163A-1137 and GS 163A-1300 concerning presenting photo identification to vote in person.

Directs the State Board to establish an aggressive voter education program concerning the new provisions, including: posting information concerning voter ID changes at each county board of elections, the State Board’s office, and their respective websites; training precinct officials; coordinating with each county board of elections to conduct seminars prior to September 1, 2019; and coordinating with local governments, service organizations, and media outlets to disseminate voter ID changes to the public, with dissemination in Spanish and other languages. Additionally requires education materials be provided to underserved and minority communities. Specifically requires the State Board to notify each registered voter who does not have an NC issued driver’s license or identification card by September 1, 2019, of the act’s provisions; the requirements to vote absentee, early, on election day, or by provisional ballot; and state the availability of a free NC voter photo ID card. Further requires information be mailed to all registered voters three times describing acceptable forms of photo identification, options for provisional voting, and a description of mail-in absentee voting. Requires the State Board to create a list of all registered NC voters who are otherwise qualified to vote but do not have an NC driver's license or other photo identification issued by the NC DMV as of September 1, 2019. Requires the list be made available to any registered voter upon request and at a reasonable fee. Requires the NC DMV to provide the list of persons with an NC driver's license or other photo identification issued by the NC DMV at no cost to the State Board.

Requires county boards of elections to make information available regarding the act to all voters in the 2019 municipal primary and election and at the 2020 primary election.

Part II

Makes conforming changes to repeal Sections 1.1, 5.2, 5.3 (as amended by SL 2015-103), 5.4, and 5.5 of SL 2013-381, the Voter Information Verification Act. 

Part III

Makes conforming changes, repealing the following statutes relating to voter identification: GS 163A-868, GS 163A-869(e), GS 163A-1140(b), GS 163A-1145, GS 163A-1146, GS 163A-1147, GS 163A-1167, GS 163A-1168, and GS 163A-1301.

Amends GS 163A-1389, making it a Class I felony to counterfeit, sell, lend to, or knowingly permit the use of a form of acceptable photo identification listed in new GS 163A-1145.1 by one not entitled thereto.

Amends GS 163A-821, authorizing the chair of each political party in the state to designate up to 100 additional at-large observers who can attend any voting place in the state. Requires observers to be residents and registered voters of North Carolina, and be of good moral character. Make clarifying changes.

Makes further conforming changes to GS 163A-913, GS 130A-93.1, GS 161-10(a)(8), GS 163A-1389(13), GS 163A-821, GS 163A-867(g)(2), GS 163A-1133(b), GS 163A-1134(e), GS 163A-1298(a), GS 163A-1300(a) and (i), GS 163A-1303, GS 163A-1306, GS 163A-1308(c), GS 163A-1310(c), GS 163A-1315, GS 163A-1368, GS 163A-1411(41), and GS 163A-1520(a).

Part IV

Authorizes the State Board to exhaust the Voter Education Fund to implement the Act.

Intro. by Krawiec, Ford, Daniel.GS 20, GS 130A, GS 161, GS 163A

The Daily Bulletin: 2018-11-27

LOCAL/HOUSE BILLS
H 1105 (2017-2018) CLEVELAND CO. BD. OF ED./EVEN-YEAR ELECTIONS. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO CHANGE THE ELECTION OF THE CLEVELAND COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FROM ODD-NUMBERED YEARS TO EVEN-NUMBERED YEARS.

Amends SL 2017-78, as amended, providing for the partisan election of members of the Cleveland County Board of Education for four-year terms at the general election in each even-numbered year as terms expire, beginning in 2020. Specifies that five members are to be elected in 2020 and four members in 2022. Provides parameters for when elected members take office and qualify. Makes technical changes. Makes conforming changes, repealing Sections 6 and 7 of SL 2004-41, as amended.

Intro. by Hastings.Cleveland
H 1106 (2017-2018) CLEVELAND CO. BD. OF EDUC. EVEN-YR ELECT. Filed Nov 27 2018, AN ACT TO CHANGE THE ELECTION OF THE CLEVELAND COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION FROM ODD-NUMBERED YEARS TO EVEN-NUMBERED YEARS.

Substantively identical to H 1105 filed on 11/27/2018.

Amends SL 2017-78, as amended, providing for the partisan election of members of the Cleveland County Board of Education for four-year terms at the general election in each even-numbered year as terms expire, beginning in 2020. Specifies that five members are to be elected in 2020 and four members in 2022. Provides parameters for when elected members take office and qualify. Makes technical changes. Makes conforming changes, repealing Sections 6 and 7 of SL 2004-41, as amended.

Intro. by Lewis.Cleveland

The Daily Bulletin: 2018-11-27

ACTIONS ON BILLS
NOTES 1. Digests appearing under “Summaries of Bills Filed” are for bills stamped with today’s filing date.
  2. Amendments and committee substitutes adopted today are summarized following the chamber action.
  3. Subscribers can find the digest of every version of each bill online at lrs.sog.unc.edu.
  4. The dates on which previous amendments or committee substitutes were adopted are listed below bill numbers.
  5. The action "Cal Pursuant Rule 36b" indicates that the bill has been reported by committee and is awaiting calendaring.
  6. Enacted bills are indicated by #, failed bills by *. Actions that change a bill are indicated by HA or SA.

Actions on Bills: 2018-11-27

PUBLIC BILLS

H 1103: MODEL HOUSE PERMANENT RULES.

    House: Passed 1st Reading
    House: Ref To Com On Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House

H 1104: HONOR KEVIN CONNER, FORMER STATE TROOPER.

    House: Filed

H 1107: IMPLEMENTATION OF VOTER ID CONST. AMENDMENT.

    House: Filed

S 820: HIGH-PAY JDIG JOB CAP MODIFICATION.

    Senate: Filed
    Senate: Passed 1st Reading
    Senate: Ref to Finance. If fav, re-ref to Rules and Operations of the Senate
    Senate: Reptd Fav
    Senate: Re-ref Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate

S 821: SUNSET UNCONSTITUTIONAL BOARDS & COMMISSIONS.

    Senate: Filed
    Senate: Passed 1st Reading
    Senate: Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate

S 822: FORMS OF PHOTO ID/PROVIDE VOTER PHOTO ID.

    Senate: Filed
    Senate: Passed 1st Reading
    Senate: Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate

S 823: HURRICANE FLORENCE/SUPPLEMENTAL ACT.

    Senate: Filed
    Senate: Passed 1st Reading
    Senate: Ref to Appropriations/Base Budget. If fav, re-ref to Rules and Operations of the Senate

S 824: IMPLEMENTATION OF VOTER ID CONST. AMENDMENT.

    Senate: Filed
    Senate: Passed 1st Reading
    Senate: Ref to Select Committee on Elections. If fav, re-ref to Rules and Operations of the Senate
    Senate: Reptd Fav
    Senate: Re-ref Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate

Actions on Bills: 2018-11-27

LOCAL BILLS

H 1105: CLEVELAND CO. BD. OF ED./EVEN-YEAR ELECTIONS.

    House: Filed

H 1106: CLEVELAND CO. BD. OF EDUC. EVEN-YR ELECT.

    House: Filed

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