Bill Summary for S 694 (2019-2020)

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Oct 31 2019

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 694 (Public) Filed Wednesday, October 30, 2019
A JOINT RESOLUTION ADJOURNING THE 2019 REGULAR SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY TO A DATE CERTAIN AND LIMITING THE MATTERS THAT MAY BE CONSIDERED UPON RECONVENING.
Intro. by Rabon.

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Senate amendment to the 1st edition makes the following changes. 

Expands upon the items that may be considered when the House and Senate reconvene on November 13, to also include: (1) bills providing for the selection, appointment, or confirmation as required by law, including the filling of vacancies of positions for which the appointees were elected by the NCGA upon recommendation of the Speaker of the House, President of the Senate, or President Pro Tempore of the Senate; (2) bills providing for action on gubernatorial nominations or appointments; and (3) adoption of conference reports for bills which were in conference on or before the date this resolution is adopted. 

Amends the items that may be considered when the House and Senate reconvene on January 14, to include the adoption of conference reports for bills which were in conference on or before the date this resolution is adopted, no longer requiring that conferees have been appointed by both houses on or before the date the resolution is adopted. 

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