SENATE BILL 250
An act to codify the common law requirement for US citizenship to qualify as a juror, to allow a Clerk of Court to hear jury excuses if so designated by the Chief District Court Judge, and to provide that the names and addresses of persons requesting to be excused from jury duty based on disqualification shall be shared with the State Board of Elections if the disqualification is due to US citizenship. The bill passed but our Representative voted no.
HOUSE BILL 1092
Constitutional Amendment - Require Photo Identification to Vote. Bill passed but our Representative voted no.
HOUSE BILL 377
An act to ensure teachers, instructional support personnel, and assistant principals receive salary increases based on years of experience, to authorize salary supplements for highly qualified NC teaching graduates. The bill passed but our Representative voted no.
HOUSE BILL 798
Low Performing Schools... To require Boards of Education to inform Boards of County Commissioners of academic progress annually, and to require further study of reforms for assistance to low performing schools. The bill passed but our Representative voted no.
HOUSE BILL 135
(Enjoin Sanctuary Ordinances) 153A-145.5 (b) This bill passed, but our Representative voted no. "No county shall do any of the following related to information regarding the citizenship or immigration status, lawful or unlawful, or any individual: (1) Prohibit law enforcement officials or agencies from gathering such information. (2) Direct law enforcement or agencies not to gather such information. (3) Prohibit the communication of such information to federal law enforcement agencies."