[BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] May I have your attention please, listen, visitors please retire from the chamber as the House prepares for session, thank you. [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] The house has come to order, members will take their seats. There's their way to retire from the chamber. The sergeant arms will close the doors. [UNKNOWN] members and guests, please silence all electronic devices. [BLANK_AUDIO] Today's prayer will be offered by Representative Dixon, we ask all members and all guests in the gallery to please stand and remain standing for the pledge of allegiance. Representative Dixon. >> Our kind father in heaven We polish for a moment to give thee thanks for the magnificent blessings that we enjoy in this life with the freedom and liberty that we enjoy in America. Bless our efforts in the general assembly to do our part to preserve that freedom and liberty for future generations. We pray for this in the name of Jesus Christ, amen. >> Amen. >> I pledge allegiance to my Flag and to the Republic for which it stands one nation under God, Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> The gentleman from Harnett, Representative Lewis is recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker, the journal from May 10th has been examined and found to be correct, I move that it stands approved as written. >> Representative Lewis moves that the journal for May 10th be approved as written, those in favor will say aye >> aye >> Those opposed no, the ayes have it. The journal is approved as written. Ratification of bills and resolutions, the clerk will read >> The clerk reports the following resolutions duly ratified, properly enrolled and prepared for the presentation of August to the secretary of state. Senate joint resolution 749 joint resolution providing for the confirmation in the department of lands gray for utilities commission. Senate joint resolution 750, a joint resolution to confirm the appointment of Christopher Lawdick/g to the North Carolina Industrial Commission. >> [INAUDIBLE] will be noted Message from the senate, the clerk will read. >> [BLANK AUDIO] Mr. Speaker it is only the message we sent to the house representative with the information that the senate failed to concur in house amendment number two to senate bill 726 second edition, the bill to bring title [INAUDIBLE] to the internal revenue code and declarer/g from certain provisions of the federal protection Americans from tax hikes act of 2015. [INAUDIBLE] [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Iowa shepherd/g and totally recognize to send forth the committee report the code/g reads Representative [INAUDIBLE] Shepherd, and Tobert transportation committee report, House Bill 971, members take clarification federal committee substitute of federal regional view >> Counter 36B and without objection, today's counter [UNKNOWN] >> House Bill 1002 faces dispensation act, favorable [INAUDIBLE] and be referred to appropriations. >> Regional bill on favorable calendar committee substitute favorable,
refer to the committee on appropriations. Representatives [INAUDIBLE] are recognized to send forth the committee report [INAUDIBLE] >> Representatives [INAUDIBLE] house bill 1012 study allocation for cc subsidies wait list program committee substitute on further reasonable bill. >> Regional bill on favorable calendar committee substitute favorable, the calendar pursuant to rule 36 B and without objection, today's calendar so ordered. >> House bill 1014, study alignment for cc applications, favorable committee substitute unfavorable [INAUDIBLE] bill >> Regional bill unfavorable counter committee substitute counter federal authority 6B and without objection, today's calendar so ordered. >> House Bill 1040, study house associated with NC Pre-K slots. Favorable committee substitute on favorable regional bill regional bill on favorable calendar committee substitute calendar, central 36 B and without objection, state's calendar? So ordered. Representatives Burrow Jones, [INAUDIBLE] recognized, sent forth in division committee report corporate. >> Representatives Burrow Jones [INAUDIBLE] Health committee, house bill 1014 [INAUDIBLE] confirming change, favorable committee substitute on third regional bill. >> Regional bill on favorable calendar committee, substitute calendar pursuant to rule 36 B and without objection, base calendar so ordered. Representatives Davis and Stephens are recognized to send forth committee report [INAUDIBLE] >> Representatives Davis and Stephens judiciary three committee report, house bill 995 motions on appropriate relief [INAUDIBLE] >> Counter [INAUDIBLE] rule 36 B and without objection, base calendar so ordered. Members we have another number of courtesies of the gallery and there will be some more in just a bit but on behalf of Representatives Meyer and Mitchel, of Durnham County the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to teachers and students of Voyager Academy who are at the legislature today participating in the Cancer Action Network with the American Cancer Society. Would you all please stand so that we can welcome you? We hope you are still in the gallery, up here to the right, thank you being with us. >> [APPLAUSE] >> A motion of Representatives Horn Brody and [INAUDIBLE] of Union County as well as Representative Mcgrady of Penderson County, the chair is very honored and pleased to extend the courtesies of the floor to Dr. [UNKNOWN] Bram. Dr. Bram is the newly installed president of Wenger University, located in Union county, Wenger also has two satellite campuses in Hinderson and Mckenberg Counties. Dr. Bram we're happy to have you with us today, please join me in welcoming him to the legislature today. >> [APPLAUSE] >> On motion of Representative Pesnar of [INAUDIBLE] county the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to Seth Banks who is the district attorney for District 24, Andrew Murray who is the district attorney for District 26 B and Todd Williams who is the district attorney for District 28 would you all please stand so we could welcome you, thank you for being with us [APPLAUSE] A motion of Representative Briston and Wadel/g of Benton County the chair is happy to extend the courtesy to the gallery for Mr. Robert Hester/g who is here today representing the Retired Government Employees Association, Mr. Hester/g worked for the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners and retired after 25 years of service, would you please stand so we could welcome you as well. >> [APPLAUSE] >> On motion Representative Hastings, Torben/g, and Bum Garner Augustine County the chair is happy to extend the courtesy to the gallery to Gill and Wood Rose Estelle with CBA abate of North Carolina, and also would ask Tim and Derby Smith from Cleveland County if you're here, best you all stand so we could please welcome and thank you for being with us today. There are in the back >> [APPLAUSE] >> Our motion of representative McNeill of Randolph county and representative Haley of Randolph county, the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to the North Carolina retired governmental employees association board of directors. Would you all please stand as well. >> [APPLAUSE] >> Chair also believes we have some other members with us who are also representing the American Cancer Society Action Network, advocacy volunteers of North Carolina would the additional members please stand as well, I wanna welcome you and thank you for being here as well. >> [APPLAUSE] >> On behalf of all members of the house,
the chair happy to extend the courtesies the gallery to Mr. Lee Johnson who is the director of the Tryon Palace in New Bern. Would you please stand so we could welcome you. Thank you for being with us today. >> [APPLAUSE] >> Introduction of the bills of resolution, the clerk will read. >> [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Zachary, house bill 1056, the [INAUDIBLE] tax modification. >> Local government if favorable finance. >> Representatives D.Richardson house bill 1057, [INAUDIBLE] coaches fund. >> Appropriations. >> Representative Conray House bill 1058, to back review recalled elections. >> Elections. >> Representative R. Moore house bill 1059 to prohibit discriminatory profiling. >> Judiciary one for favorable appropriations. >> Representative Brian House Bill 1060 confirm full payment check log, the uniform commission code. >> Judiciary four. >> Representative Brian, house bill 1061 preserve tendency by Judiciary form, Rosen/g O'Brain House bill 1062 judiciary success to digital assets >> Judiciary form >> Rosen O'Brain house bill 1063, general statute commission technical correction two >> Judiciary form >> Representative O'Brain house bill 1064, general statutes commission technical corrections one. >> Judicial Reform. >> Representative Brian, house bill 1065 school billing leasing reform. >> Education Grade k through 12, if favorable judicial reforms. >> Representative Bradford house bill 1056, [INAUDIBLE] >> Transportation, if favorable finance. >> Representative peers, house bill 1067, long term suspension and drop-out study. >> Appropriations. >> Representative [INAUDIBLE] house bill 068, community college tuition waiver, military outsiders and emergency medical services. >> Appropriations. >> [INAUDIBLE] house bill 1069, 2016 North Carolina Police Protect Act. >> [INAUDIBLE] is favorable appropriations. >> Representatives A. Burrow, Lucas, [INAUDIBLE] house bill 1070 retirement system 4% cost of living adjustment. >> Mentions and retirement, if favorable appropriations. >> Representative Curtlin, Jayden/g and Hagar, house bill 1071, increased safety in general assemble galleries. >> Rules, calendars and operations of the house if favorable appropriations. >> Representatives Curtlin and Judith House bill 1072 [INAUDIBLE] legislative per diem >> Rules, calendars and operations, [INAUDIBLE] if favorable appropriations. >> Representatives Hagar, Inscore/g and Fisher, house bill 1073 expand medicaid eligibility. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Hagar, Brian [INAUDIBLE] and Burrow, house bill 1074, school tests for lead high school drop out [INAUDIBLE] program. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Lukey, Gale, B whinchester and Fisher, house bill 1075, DNF school charter changes fund. >> Appropriations. >>> Representatives Lukey, Holey, C. Gram and Hagar, house bill 1076, restore earned income credit >> Finance >> House representative Luky, Alexander and Harrison House Bill resolution 277 grant low communal wage authority, advertising resolution >> Rules, calendar, and operations of the House >> Legislation script/g, Harrison Fisher/g and Alexander, House Bill 2078, equality for all act >> Judiciary one. >> Representatives [INAUDIBLE] Jordan, Marlon and [INAUDIBLE] house bill 1079, [INAUDIBLE] employees teachers retirees. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Brian, Blakman, and Bradford, house bill 1080, achievement school district. >> Education k 12. >> Representatives Jude and Meyer, house bill 1081, tuition fairness act. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Davis and [INAUDIBLE] house bill 1082, eliminate use of development [INAUDIBLE] >> Rules, calendar and operations of the house. >> Representatives Davis, Hamilton and Curtlin house bill 1083, Remilton ordinates initiative and referendum, local government. >> Representatives Dickson, McGrady and Harrison, house bill 1084, department of agriculture, and consumer services, enforcement authority vetting. >> Agriculture. >> Representative G. Martin, Hagar, [INAUDIBLE] D. Turner house bill 1085 increased government contract transparency. >> Elections of favorable appropriation.
>> Representatives Meyer, Hager , Torbett House bill 1086 refugee resettlement act of 2016. Judiciary two if favorable appropriations. Representatives Horn house bill 1087, medicaid eligibility timeless fund. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Frailey, Jones, [INAUDIBLE] and Bradford, house bill 1088, allow elections day service, retirement law enforcement officers. >> Local government. >> Representatives Inscore, Meyer and [INAUDIBLE] house bill 1089 reimbursement for state inmates houses and transportation. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives S. Martin, [INAUDIBLE] and Frailey, house bill 1090, possiility and economic opportunity for all North Carolina act. >> Rules and calendar operations of the house. >> Representatives L.Howl, Fisher Fisher and Holey, house bill 1091, historically unauthorized business program enhancements. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives L.Howl Mitchel, Peterson Harrison, house bill 1092, DOT outside counselling bidding process. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives L Howl Michel, Harrison and W. Richardson house bill 1093, retention of outside counsel general assembly. >> Rules, calendar and operations of the house. >> Representatives L. Howl, Lucas, Peterson and Fisher, house bill 1094 North Carolina guarantee admission program transportation funds. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives L. Howl, Lucas, Peterson and Fisher, house bill 1095, use of excess opportunities scholarship fund. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives L. Howl, Lucas Peterson and Fisher, House bill 1096, recurring funding for human relations commission. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Fisher and Harrison, house joint resolution 1097 Support breast feeding mother and infant authorizing resolution. >> Rules, calendar and operations of the house. >> Representatives Harrison, Judah, G. Martin and Setsa, house joint resolution 1098, a parliament tool protect act authorizing resolution. >> Rules, calendar and resolution of the house. >> Representative Harrison, B. Brown, Cheater and W. Richardson, house joint resolution 1099, ban endangered species product trafficking authorize resolution. >> Rules, calendar and operations of the house. >> Representatives Harrison, Fisher and D. Howl, house joint resolution 1100, living wage by 2020 Resolution >> Rules, calendar and operations of the house. >> Representative Harrison Fisher, Hill, and Gill and L. Howl house joint resolution 1101 page six disability family leaf and trust authorizing resolution. >> Rules, calendar and operations of the house. >> Representative Harrison Fisher, Harlet, and Schrol/g House resolution 1102, ban to box authorizing resolution >> Rules calendar and operations of the house. >> Representatives Harrison, Fisher, G. Martin and BA Richardson, house joint resolution 1103 North Carolina equal act for authorizing resolution >> Rules calendar and operations of the house >> Representative G. Martin, Zachariah Reeds Richardson, House Bill 1104 veterans, post traumatic stress, Ma-grading factor >>Judiciary one in favor of appropriations. >> Representative Patrick house joint resolution 1105 expand disable veteran property effects benefit authorizing, resolution >> Rules calendar and operations of the house Representative Louis house bill 1106 modifying use of connect North Carolina barns >> Finance if favorable appropriations >> Representative Heins and Goodman, house bill 1107 automatic vote registration drivers licenses >> Elections if favorable appropriations Representative Haynes and Stein, House Bill 1108 carry our veterans private public partnership. >> Finance. >> Representative B Turner Gild Terry and B Howl, House Bill 1109 North Carolina Crime Laboratory Fund. >> Appropriations. >> Representative Hagar and L. Howl hospital 1110, next State employee per Diem for federals rates. >> Rules calendar and operations of the house. >> Representative Junior L Johnson, Daughtry Reeves, house bill 1111, state and local fund for chatter schools . >> Rules calendar and operations of the house >> Representative Harrison, Fisher L. Hall and D Hall house bill 1112 living wage by 2020 >> Rules calendar and operations of the house. >> Representative Harrison Fisher, Gill, and L. Hall house bill 1113 paid sick disability family leave trust. >> Commerce and job development if favorable regulatory reform. Representative Harrison Fischer, G Martin, and D Richardson House Bill 1114 North Carolina Equal pay. >> Rules calendar and operations of the house
>> Representative Hays and Brian House Bill 1115 automatic rep-unction wrongful conviction. >> Judiciary four if favorable appropriations. >> Representative Haynes Lanmbed and Hunter, house bill 1116, teacher loan repayment assistant program. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Heines and Brian, house bill 1117 innocent defendant jailed, district attorney wrongdoing. What was that number? >> 1117 >> Judiciary four >> Representatives W. Richardson, Chatham, Hamilton and D. Hall, house bill 1118 provide protection against discrimination >> Judiciary one if favorable appropriations Representative Earl Howl, house bill 1119, reserve funds, non traditional public schools. >> Appropriations. >> Representatives Heins and Terry, house joint resolution 1120, honor former senate department. >> Rules, calendar and operations of the house. >> Representative Dobson, house bill 1121, state health plan Administrative changes >> State Personnel >> Representative W. Richardson, house bill 1122, member marine net fishing >> Wildlife resources if favorable appropriations >> Representative Horn/g Carney, Hurley and Goodman, House bill 1123 legislator, sustenance ,travel hours weight >> Rules, Calendar and Operations of the House. [BLANK_AUDIO]>> Members, if the Chair could have your attention please. House Resolution 1117 Which is the entitled House Resolution Honoring our Veterans by Expressing Appreciation for their Service to our State and Nation, which filed today, and the gentleman from Gaston, Representative Hastings, has asked that the rules be suspended so that the bill may be eligible for it's first and second readings today, is the objection? And hearing none still order the rule of suspended for that purpose, that for house resolution 1124 will be added to today's calendar for consideration. [BLANK-AUDIO] was motion of Representatives Arp, Browley, Cartland, Millicent Tobert the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to representatives from the construction industry, architects, general contractors and engineers visiting today for he legislative day, would you all please stand so that we could welcome you? Thank you for being with us today. >> [APPLAUSE] >> [APPLAUSE] >> House resolution 1124, the clerk will read. >> This is a resolution. The house will come to order. [SOUND] >> Representatives Daughtry, West, Stam and Whitmire, A House Resolution Honoring the Veterans by Expressing Appreciation for their Service to our State and Nation. >> The gentleman from Gaston, Representative Hastings, is recognized to debate the resolution. Actually the clerk is directed to read the resolution the second time, and the chair will direct without objection the resolution be read in it's entirety. >> House resolution honor to vote and expose their appreciation for their service to our stagnant nation, whereas throughout the country's history generation of men and women have answered the call to leave families their jobs and put their future and even their lives on the line for validly defend our nation and its ineligible lights and last for many that sacrifice in the end of department injury for death yet the spirit remains in the continued preservation of our freedom and promise of liberty and as the military has appointed permanent presence in North Carolina serving as location of south military basis and military ocean too, the US coast guard base for a bag camp legume marine core based, jury park marine core air station and navy air deep quote, do live in marine core air station support base, standard prep military ocean terminal, US coast guard base to live in the city accounted for over 116,000 active duty personal stations in the state, and whereas over 11,773 North Carolinians serve in the era and on the National guard Carolinians serve in the US armory serve, US marine core reserve, US app reserve, US navy reserve and whereas nearly 775,00 that
once living in North Carolina reckoned a state eight in the nation for the number of [INAUDIBLE] and whereas of 2014 North Carolina had fewer [INAUDIBLE] population of over 84,070 ranking fifth in the nation, a military retiree population of more than 92,500 working six i the nation and the rule veterans population of over 137,350 ranking second in the nation and whereas the state on North Carolina is committed to the veterans in the state and provide various services and resources which are all accessible on the website maintain by North Carolina division of veteran affairs and the North Carolina department of military and veteran affairs and whereas the division of revenue affairs is working in partnership with other state agencies to provide veteran and one stop shop experience of services, benefits Support from federal state and none profit programs and where as the vision of federal affairs is responsible for overseeing the states service office 22 veterans [INAUDIBLE] forest state veterans Holmes and forest sate veterans cemeteries and the way he has the division of veteran affairs also assist trains and Veterans so this officers and under the great [INAUDIBLE] network in ways a lot of time the veteran council incorporated last for over 20,000 years representing the interest of all [INAUDIBLE] before North Carolina General assembly and where as enough [INAUDIBLE] incorporated is composed of representatives of the 11 active veteran organizations including Military Officer Association of America, [INAUDIBLE] American Veterans, America Legion, Vietnam Veterans of America, Military order of purple heart, veterans of fallen wars, the ring colleague, department of America, XPOW and NCX association has an X official member and whereas the US veteran administration in department of defense spent combined $7.3 billion in North Carolina on veterans lunatic programs in military retiree pension during 2013 fiscal year including operating 27 VA medical sites throughout this is paid and whereas legal or dirt I'm going to drive veterans and wish to express our appreciation to all our veteran for their selfless service to this state and United States and so therefore being resolved by the house of representative section one the house of representatives expresses a profound gratitude and appreciation to all men and women who serve an automation in [INAUDIBLE] services resolve in national [INAUDIBLE] section 2 the house of representative Wish to honor the memory of all North Carolina [INAUDIBLE] who gave their lives while serving our nation on services section three, this resolution is effective open adoption. >> The gentleman from Gastin Representative Hastings recognized to debate the resolution. >> Yes Mr speaker if it's in order I just wanted to make a quick explanation the reason that this resolution is not by partisan this year is because Representative Elma Floyd and representative George Graham drop by the office and had mentioned to me that we have some retiring veterans and so out of respect for our retiring veterans we decided to let their name be added as primary responses and that's the reason that it's not bi-partisan and so it is now available for co-sponsorship for those who would like to do that and thank you very much Mr. speaker for allowing this resolution to come forward today. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from union representative Horn rise. >> To debate the resolution. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. >> Thank you Mr speaker We are here today to remember, honor and teach about the lives of those who served or have served our great nation and those that paid the ultimate price by doing everything that they could to uphold the ideals that all of us here hold dear, their lives, they are example in their sacrifice of instill in us a pride and a sense of service that will lead to our children and to our grand children, very few of us returned home to an appreciative community, in fact many of us were met with hostility and ridicule, cuz as a consequence many young people today may either not wish to or are not eligible to where they uniform, and the veteran is often asked why did you serve? Well it's because we want to give back a small portion of what we have been given, we want our children to know what it meant to live in the land of the free and the home of the brave, and we want others to realize what tremendous honor it is to live in the country based on the highest ideals that man has ever known and we realize what a privilege it is to be an American,
to be a North Carolinian, and to serve and protect the very freedoms upon which this nation was founded. [FOREIGN] all places are burned in our hearts and in our minds, if there were other places, places that we sometimes couldn't even pronounce and places sometimes we didn't even know where we were, places that we were not even there, except we were there. places that no one has ever heard about but we were there too. And there were those that simply disappeared never to be known or to know. Yes, we were there too. We answered the call saluted smartly and charged the hill. I stand with you today proud to be an American, A veteran and the citizen living in the land that provides the brightest beacon of hope and freedom in the world. We all here commit ourselves to seeing that beacon continue to shine brightly for years and generations to come. Today we honor those Americans that served and sacrificed, those Persons that put themselves forward, wrote a check in the amount of their own life, made it payable to the American people and signed it, often in their own blood. We do this so that our community and our country, nay, the entire world can have hope For a peaceful and productive future. Mr. Speaker, I'm proud to stand among these veterans. I'm proud to stand here on the floor and honor those men here with us, that never had a chance to be here with us, and I'm hopeful that there are still some students in this audience that have listened to those words and Pay a little more attention. And I look forward to the time when they too are proud to wear the uniform. Thank you, Mr. Speaker. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake, Representative Martin, rise? >> To debate the resolution. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. >> Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker. I've Been in the house now for over a decade and each year, the Veterans' Lobby Day is my favorite day of the year. When I first got here in 2005, it was an opportunity for me as a young legislator and a young veteran to hear veterans of Vietnam , and Korea and even a few from World War II Come by and tell their stories and just a chance for me to sit there quietly and to listen. I noticed today though for the first time that a large number of the veterans who came today were actually much younger than me. A combination of the fact that we've been at war for an Awful long time now and my advancing age. But the same joy in my heart was there to hear stories from my fellow Afghanistan veterans who were there over a decade after I was and to see the same similarities I had with them that I do with our World War II veterans and Korea and Vietnam Veterans. I think it's very appropriate as the gentleman from Gaston, Representative Hastings, said that we do have members of the General Assembly who are retiring who are veterans as primary sponsors here. If you look at the data both in Congress and in the North Carolina General Assembly, we have declining number of veterans actually serving. And so as we're saying goodbye to those for and perhaps other veterans who are members of this body, I hope that any veterans up there listening or listening over the internet will realize they have an obligation to continue their service and to consider service in elected office. Whether you're a Democrat, Republican, Libertarian or unaffiliated, it doesn't matter. I do think that we will get better decision-making process both at the federal level and at the state level the more veterans we can get involved in politics. So if you're listening and you're a veteran, it's not time to stop your service to your country yet. Continue it in a new fashion and come join us here in the General Assembly. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Transylvania, Representative Whitmire, rise? >> To commend the resolution. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. >> Well Members of the House, I will start by reciting a quote that many, many times I and others in my freshman class in the Air Force Academy Had to say and it wasn't always under the easiest of conditions but it has a good message. War is an ugly thing but it's not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of war and patriotic feeling which thinks that nothing is worth fighting for is much worse. The person who has nothing which he or she is willing To fight,
nothing which they're willing to sacrifice their own personal safety in many ways is a miserable creature and has no chance of being free unless made and kept so by better men and women than themselves. Those words are paraphrased From John Stuart Mill from a couple of centuries ago. With this, I rise to honor my fellow veterans, the airmen, the sailors, the soldiers, the marines, the coastguardsmen, the merchant marines from all of our components, as the resolution properly mentioned our active duty, our reserve component which includes the reserve of the Armed Forces Forces, commonly known as reservist, and our guardsmen. They, all of us, past, present and future, defend our nation, our ideals and our way of life. And yet to date, on a solemn note, we've had over 1.3 million Americans, military veterans, who paid the ultimate price and 38,000 continue to be in a missing in action status. Many of our veterans, many, many more who were able to dodge bullets and survive the dangers and return to their families after deploying around the world in their military service to defend our interests and help our nation defend and have the way of life that the world for the most part strives to emulate, return to the civilians sector and have contributed many, many ways to our nation, not as the member of the military but as one who held those ideals that made our society better because of the discipline sacrifice that they gave previously. I decently commend those, when we talk about veterans, those who are currently serving in our armed forces. These service members comprise, are all voluntary military, the greatest in the history of the world And give up many conveniences to ensure that our nation has the most capable might in the world when needed. This is especially important today as we face the constant state of state, non-state, failed nation threats, a whole assembly of traditional and asymmetric threats that Make defending this great nation all the more hard especially when we have things like radical Islam and what have you that threaten our very way of life. Tens of thousands today are deployed around the world and whether they're at home or abroad, our military members give the United States the unique capability to have a round the clock operations and engagements of all types, to hold any target set at risk in any weather at any time when we need to exercise our might. This said in honor of our veterans, and listen here closely, I ask the lord above to watch over [BLANK_AUDIO] to watch over our sons and daughters, our husbands, our men, our wives, our brothers and sisters, to bring them home safely, to wrap his loving hands around those who come into harm’s way and to bring to his side the ones who have lost their lives and to let their loved ones know the peace of mind, the spirit from the To let their loved ones know the peace of mind and spirit and the pain of having lost those loved ones who saw gallantly served so that their children gain the wisdom and ultimately know the purpose that their sacrifice gave so that their generation can continue to have the way of life that we do. I wish I could say that with a clear voice but I will conclude by simply saying this month forward and throughout the year give our veterans past, present and our future veterans appreciation because they paved the way for our freedoms and made our country what it is, those who served in the past or are currently serving let them know you thank them for what they've done and for those families who have suffered loss remember them especially at the end of this month when we have a memorial day, thank you. >> For what purpose dose the gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] representative Brolly rise? >> To speak to the resolution Mr speaker. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. >> Thank you I think today will probably be the most personal conversation I've ever heard on this floor, I was given a pen today as a Vietnam war veteran and I felt a little uncomfortable with it
[BLANK_AUDIO] I enlisted in 1969 as a pump kid of 19 years old, it was a time of great division in this country and many people were encouraged to resist the draft to go to Canada, to accept the draft and try to deal with it, I made the first true adult decision of my life. In 1969 I enlisted in the United States army simply because I felt I had to make a statement and say that I had picked my side and when I was serving that the men already there would know that I chose to be there, I was not there unwilling, I accepted the duty. I went where they told me to go and I did what they told me to do and for me military service was mostly an inconvenience, I have no wounds, I have no great feats of military proneness on which to brag, but I can say that for two years eight months, three days five hours and approximately 30 minutes I was in the company of men and women of heroic stature, the class of 46 was just ending up the last of their careers, it was my privilege to serve with men that jumped into Normandy on June 5th. I served with a man who crossed the bridge at Raymorgen/g. I knew men that held the Elsenborn ridge against Sepp Deitrech's 6th SS Panzer Army for 30 days in winter snow in January of 1945 and a man whose combat patch was Merrill's Marauders who had spent almost an entire year in the jungles of southeast Asia being resupplied by air. There were men with whom I'd served and I want to name some of them today. There was Skip Johnson who had been a sergeant with the second of the 27th infantry, the wolfhounds of the 25th infantry division, who had been a military historian with the department of the army before going on active duty and began my long seated interest in the history of the military. Clarence Tims, sergeant T, he commanded the lead track of the 11th armored cavalry regiment when they went into Cambodia. Jim Turner, who with the first air cav, was wounded in an engagement that killed two-thirds of his company, a boy had friend John Boy we have played as young man who with a 23rd infantry division also known as the [INAUDIBLE] was horrendously wounded his first week in Vietnam. Serving with this men gave me an example of what to be and I received guidance that begin my first day at Fort Bragg from drill sergeants sergeant first class excuse me platoon sergeant hullaboo, same rank as a sergeant first class but there is a difference. And a sergeant 85 [INAUDIBLE] I serve with a man that I have named and in particular served under man whose leadership showed me what leadership can be, Captain J W Webster, first Lieutenant Louise Bizzaro a Puerto rican who is knight of medieval stature, a first sergeant Robert [INAUDIBLE] who came in in 1945 and finished with me as a box surgeon underneath his command. John W Fester, my last commanding officer a headquarters company of the first course com who had led an A team with a six group in Vietnam, a brigade commander. Last but not least [INAUDIBLE] Aguanaga my last and favorite first sergeant, they made me to a large extent the man I am today, they taught me honor, they taught me courage and encouragement, and by the way encourage means to feel others with courage to face the realities, do the
best you can, stand tall, support your friends. Last, Rooney Griffin, Mike Price, and [INAUDIBLE] whose names are on the wall who as young men not yet old enough to vote, spent all they had to preserve our liberty, for those who made me what I am today, thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman and from Cumberland representative Floyd rise? >> To debate the resolution. Thank you Mr. Speaker they dint come by one. They didn't register by two they registered by their thousand to defend this great nation, those that made the sacrifice, those that remained here with us at this great state, at every time for the military, those who fought for this country and I'm one and I can recall the times Mr. Speaker that I volunteered for the army and went into the barracks and those of you who are a little bit younger than I am, remember the wood barracks that we was in, never knew how to, never had a shower to our guide and army, those of you that are much younger don't remember how we used to take a bath, we used to take a bath in a round tin tab, a round tin tab that was the only shower that I knew about, didn't know how to turn the shower on when I was in service, had to have a system from a fellow veteran who would man up the same persuasion that I am, that help me turn the shower on and it feel good too to take a shower for the first time, it truly did, but I'm also so proud to stand before you that you heard me say it many times before that was not for the military. I would not be standing before you here today and I'm proud to serve on a general assembly on the general government where we have a division of the veterans affair and I'm one that always speaks up for that division sometime representative Senator Cleveland get tired but I'm a veteran, and Fort Brag is the home of the 911 caller we need to be called, but all this revolution pays too. 99, I'm not mistaken, sum it, we owe a deed of gratitude to our veterans. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake, Representative Pindleton rise? >> To debate the motion. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. >> Well, I've had a lot of fun memories today and I sort of reflect back, my father was a career Army officer. And I was an army brat. And all these World war ll veterans. My father was a World war ll veteran that I grew up around,that were role models and getting to talk to people that flew B-24's and B-17's ,and were tank commanders and he was just wonderful growing up having people like that from my When I was 18 I decided to join the army and go to college later. I'm glad I did. I think back reporting to Fort Fox, Kentucky in 1967 for basic training and tank training, and it brought a lot of structure into my life, in basic training the things that really matter a lot, not when was there but when I got out, is, we were 44 men in open bay barracks, no petitions between the commodes, open showers and we had people who posed or came from the big cities and we had a Philadelphia [INAUDIBLE] all kinds of people and we don't have to get along, and at first I was wondering how are we gonna get along, at the end of the eight weeks training period, we all did and everybody did well, and it was wonderful, a wonderful experience. So as I think about my career of staying and pulling 26 years but starting out as a private, it just meant so much to me as a young man. It taught me one thing, leadership. And people ask me, isn't it great that you are in the legislature isn't that the highlight of your life? I said no. Being a soldier was the highlight of my life. It's always been that.
My wife knows that. It's always been the highlight of my life. And I just think how many of my friends were killed and wounded in Vietnam. But you know the old saying, it's so true, freedom isn't free. At this time, I would like all the veterans in this body and the staff to stand up. Only three move. Remember that command? Okay. And phase these veterans up here and on my command present harms, [INAUDIBLE] thank you. >> [APPLAUSE] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Scotland Representative Pierce Rise? >> Mr. Speaker, request of the speaker. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. Just wanted to make,ask if you could create these comments, of most of our members across the general were appropriate please. To have them in writing or whatever. >> If the comments are just writing that would be done. >> Thank you. >> What purpose does the gentleman from Rockingham , representative Jones rise? >> To debate the resolution. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the resolution. >> Ladies and gentlemen of the House, it just occurred to me as I listened to the comments that have been made today that every person that has spoken to us is a veteran. As we honor the veterans, I feel like it was appropriate that they hear a word of thanks and appreciation on behalf of those of us who are not veterans. We are here to honor the veterans and it seems like it shouldn't just be veterans honoring veterans. I'm not ready to share the stage with these that have served for what you have done but I did want for someone to stand who did not serve as a veteran or is not a veteran of service to just thank you, to thank everyone here, and thank everyone within the sound of my voice for the freedoms that you fought and secured for us. I wouldn't be eloquent enough to pen something like this but I think it's appropriate to just read this brief little poem that maybe some of you are familiar with but I think it's very appropriate to read it today. It's the soldier not the minister who has given us freedom of religion, it's the soldier not the reporter who has given us freedom of press, it's the soldier not the poet who has given us freedom of speech it's the soldier not the campus organizer who has given us freedom to protest, it's the soldier not the lawyer who has given us the right to a fair trial, it's the soldier not the elected official who has given us the right to vote, it's then soldier who salutes the flag who serves beneath the flag and whos coffin is straight by the flag who allows the protester to urn the flag. Ladies and gentlemen we live in a day when perhaps the spirit of patriotism is not often what it should be compared to times passed, unlike you I have the privilege of meeting often with veterans, veterans of foreign wars, American Legion, all kinds of veterans groups, we have advanced back in my district, a memorial day or veterans day and we have the opportunity to participate and when I go to those it's always a privilege just to be in the company of those that have served, those that were willing to give their lives, but it's also a wonderful thing to see other people who were not veterans and particularly young people who are being thought hopefully a spirit of patriotism, a spirit of love for country, a spirit of love for freedom that we stand for in this country and in particular love and respect for our veterans who fought and many died and others were willing to give their lives for that, so to the veterans here and all over the state of North Carolina and far beyond let us just say thank you. And give our most deep appreciation for your service. >> Further discussion, further debate, if not the question before the house is the adoption of house resolution 1124 those in favor will vote I those opposed will vote NO the court will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The court will lock the machine and record the vote, 115 having voted in the affirmative and none of the negative house resolution 1124 passes as a second reading and is bills adopted and this order printed.
Members I would ask that you join me in a welcoming and thanking a number of veterans who were with us in the gallery today, could you all of the veterans on the floor and in the gallery would you all please stand so that we can all appropriately recognize you and thank you. >> [APPLAUSE] >> [BLANK_AUDIO] Members while you are standing please also join me in welcoming our Nurse of the day Lisa Elliot from Sanford Ms Elliot thank you for being with us today. >> [APPLAUSE] >> The gentleman from Hornet representative Louise is recognized for motion. >> Mr speaker I move to withdraw the conference report for senate bill 50 short title Wilson county occupancy tax modification from the committee on rules calendar and operations of the house and return it to the already appointed conference committee. >> No objection so order, the gentleman is recognized for a motion. >> Mr. speaker I move that house bill 436, short title, unauthorized, practice of law, be withdrawn from the committee on judiciary number one, and added to today's calendar, for the purpose of a motion not to concur in the appointment of conferees. >> Without objection? So ordered. >> House bill 971, the clerk will read. >> [BLANK_AUDIO] Representatives [INAUDIBLE] house bill 971, the bill to [INAUDIBLE] to clarify the law governing the central motor fleet as recommended by the joint legislative oversight committee in general assembly, [INAUDIBLE] >> Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the house is the passage of house bill 971 on it's second reading, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] final numbers on the floor [INAUDIBLE] Mafia Stephens, the clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 114 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, house bill 971 passes it's second reading and will without objection be read a third time. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Durham, Representative Luky rise? >> To ask a question of the speaker. >> The gentleman may state his inquiry. >> Can you tell me who is running the bill and will the person running the bill explain the bill a little bit? I know we voted on second reading without hearing what the bill is about. [INAUDIBLE] >> The gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] Representative Cleveland/g is recognized to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Thank you Mr. Speaker, I entangled myself here. >> This bill basically clarifies the ability of the motor fleet and DOA to hire private car companies for state use and it clarifies the bill concerning motor fleet.It had motor pool and other references throughout the bill and it just clarifies that the motor bill is the states motor fleet, not a motor pool so basically we're just giving,clarifying the authority to use auto rental companies for state use and in the statutes clarifying who they actually are.[BLANK_AUDIO] >> Further discussion further debate, if not the question for the house is the passage of house bill 971 on it's third reading, those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed no, the ayes have it, house bill 971 passes it's third reading, the bill is ordered sent to the senate by a special messenger, house bill 1012 the clerk will read. >> Representatives Dobson, Horn, Cheetah and Earl, house bill 1012, the bill [INAUDIBLE] direct division of child development, and early education within the department of health and human services to start with [INAUDIBLE] and allocation of child care subsidies, and to recommend by the joint legislative oversight committee on
health and human services, general assembly North Carolina annex. >> The gentleman from McDale Representative Dobson is recognized to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, members of the house thank you for allowing this bill to be heard today, in the event that I don't repeat myself four times I'll just do it in conjunction together, to start with all four of this bills that we are hearing today came out of the sub committee on state wide early education and family support programs, all four bills passed unanimously out of the study committee and the thing I'm proud of most from this four bills is that we saw input from a lot of the other stakeholders to see what was necessary and what was needed to move the state forward with regard to early childhood. We heard from the local DSS's, we heard from our local partnerships, obviously from the department and we came with four recommendations that we unanimously prove the other sub committee unanimously pass the health committee this morning so I just start practicing my comments with that. With regard to house bill 1012, the problem that we are running into if the child is receiving subsidies in one county and then they move to another county they would have to go to the back of the line and no longer receive those subsidies that they move to another county, so this bill would instruct the department of health and human services to study this issue, to come back to the oversight committee with a recommendation on how on how we can alleviate that problem without adversely affect those that are receiving subsidies in the county that they are moving to. That's what this bill does. It looks to address that issue from when one child moves from one county to another to make sure they don't lose those subsidies and directs the department to come back to the oversight committee with the report on how we can move forward. I appreciate your support. >> Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the house is passage of House Bill 1012 on its second reading. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will close the machine and record the vote. 115 having voted in the affirmative, and none in the negative. House Bill 1012 passes its second reading and will, without objection, be read a third time. >> The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of House Bill 1012 on its third reading. Those in favor say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed say no. The ayes have it. House Bill 1012 passes its third reading and will be sent to the senate by a special messenger. House Bill 1013. The Clerk will read. >> Representative Dobson, S. Martin, Horn and Malone. House Bill 1013. A Bill to Be Entitled an Act to Direct the Division of Child Development and Early Education in the Department of Health and Human Services to Study and Report on the Feasibility and Desirability of Developing a Statewide Streamlined Application Process by Which Eligible Families May Apply for and Obtain Available Services, as Recommended by the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> The gentleman from McDowell, Representative Dobson, is recognized to debate the bill. >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Members, I would also like to recognize, before I get into the bill, the other primary sponsors of these four pieces of legislation that have helped work on it. Again bipartisan support, so I appreciate all those other primary sponsors. Representative Horne, Representative Jeter, Representative Earle, Representative Martin and Representative Malone. I also wanna thank them for their help on this bill. House Bill 1013, another issue that we were hearing from our local DSS agencies was the streamlined application process. We had a lot of different applications for a lot of different programs in our state and in our counties. So they came back to us and said, we need a streamlined application process to make it quicker, make it simpler for families that are trying to apply for this subsidies or Pre-K or Smart Start. So we've given the department the authority to come back with a study for us on how we can streamline this process and more appropriately match the child and the family with the program, so that's what we are trying to do with this bill, basically the streamline application process and fit the child in the family with the appropriate program and we think this study and this report from the department will help us do that. I appreciate your support. >> For what purpose does the general from Wake Representative Dollar rise. further discussion, further debate, if not the question before the house is passage of house bill 1013 on it's second reading, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]
The clerk will close the machine and record the vote, and will be counted, how does the gentleman wish to be recorded? The gentleman will be recorded as having voted aye, the chair did see the gentleman on the floor just as the vote was about to close, with 115 having voted in the affirmative, none in the negative, house bill 1013 passes it's second reading and will without objection be read a third time. >> General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion, further debate, if none, the question before the house is passage of house bill 1013 on it's third reading, those in favor will say aye. >> Aye.>> Those opposed will say no, the ayes have it, the house bill 1013 having passed it's third reading will be sent to the senate by special messenger, house bill 1040 the clerk will read. >> Representatives Dobson, Horn and Marlon house bill 1040, eligibility entitled to division of child development and early education within department of health human services, to study and report on the cost associated with slot for NC pre-K program as recommended by the joint legislative oversight committee in health and human services, general assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> The gentleman from McDale, Representative Dobson is recognized to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, members if you'll indulge me for two more bills, I'll be brief. The title pretty much says it all, we wanna get a breakdown of the overall cost for pre-K, we have an overall but we don't have it by county, we don't have a breakdown from the local early LEAs, what the local partnerships are involved in, so this is just to give us a better idea of what it actually cost to cross the state. >> Further discussion, further debate, if not, the question before the house is passage of house bill 1040 on it's second reading, those in favor will vote Will vote Aye. Those opposed will vote no.The cock will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, House Bill 1040 passes its second reading and will without objection, be read a third time. >> The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of House Bill 1040 on its third reading. Those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed will say no. The ayes have it. House Bill House bill 1040 having passed this third reading, be sent to the Senate by special messenger. House Bill 1014 the clerk will read. >> Representatives Dobson, Cheater/g Malone and Earl, House Bill 1014 a bill to entitled act of performing changes for removal of obsolete references to the more and floor programs and general statutes as recommended by the joint legislative oversight committee on The sources and to rename part six of Article 1B of Chapter 138 of the general statutes of the Taylor's law establishing the advisory council on rare diseases. The Assembly of North Carolina enacts >> The Gentleman from McDowell Representative Dobson is recognized to bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker The potion from the subcommittee deals is clearly technical in nature takes striking out more at four and changing it to North Carolina pre-k. The last provision in the bill comes at a request from Representative Carney. So Mr. Speaker with your indulgence if you would recognize her at the appropriate time. >> For what purpose does the lady from Mecklenburg Representative Carney rise? >> To speak to the bill. >> The lady has the floor to debate the bill. >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker and ladies and gentlemen of the House. I rise today and first of all, to thank all of you for last year we passed out of here House Bill 823 and my co-sponsors on that were Representative Earl, Avila and Bishop. We passed that bill unanimously and we were the first in the country to establish a rare disease advisory council. I know I did this. Today I have requested that we change the title to Taylor's Law established in the rare advisory council and I do this because this is the impedance for the advisory council establishment was done Taylor King. She was born in 2006, she was diagnosed with [INAUDIBLE] disease and it's a new rode genitive disease that robs this children that are diagnosed with it, of everything eventually, and eventually without a cure or medication they will die. I'm happy to say that Taylor is still here and also shoot this, would not be before us today without the passion of her mother and her family, her mother took upon her after her daughter was
diagnosed, not just sit back and just wash herself away in her sorrow, she got busy and she became an incredible advocate and passionate advocate for rare diseases but especially for that disease, she established a national group, volunteer group, public see group called Taylor's tale, she was in Washington Libyan, she's worked very closely with other rare diseases and this came to us from her, so I thank you ll for your last year and I ask you again to join me on supporting it, thank you. >> Further discussion or further debate, if not the question before the house is the passage of house bill 1014 on the second reading, those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK-AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, house bill 1014 passes its second reading and will without objection be read the third time. >> General assembly of North Carolina in annex. >> Further discussion, further debate if not Other question for the house.Is the passage of the house bill 1014 on this reading,those in favor will say Aye >> Aye. >> Those opposed.No.Aye's have it. House bill 1014 passes it's third reading.The bill be sent to the senate by special messenger.Additionally on the motion of representative Connie and all members of the Mekelberg delegation, in fact all members of the house the chair is happy to extend the courtesies the gallery to Sharon King who is the mother of Tailor as here in Tailor's arm. Miss King would you stand so that we can welcome you.Thank you for being with us today ma'am. >>[ APPLAUSE] >> Additionally on the motion of Representative Ranbirther for Seigh County, the chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to Carter Swisher who is the town manager of CornsVille/g and his family who are here in the gallery, would you all please stand as well so that we could welcome you? Thank you for being with us here. >> [APPLAUSE] >> [APPLAUSE] We also have a school group who have joined us, from West Field Elementary School and pilot mountain in Surry County. I believe Representative Stephen's district, would you all please stand so that we can welcome you, thank you for being with us. [APPLAUSE] House bill 995, the clerk will read. >> Representatives Stephen and D. Howl, house bill 995, a bill to entitled act to amend the law regarding use of motion for appropriate relief as recommended by the North Carolina courts commission general assembly of North Carolina Annex. >> The lady from Surry, Representative Stephens is recognized to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, I'll just do a shout out to WestVille, say hi, I'm your state representative. And I'll challenge Dwayne Howl to tell me all the things I missed in this bill because he was part of putting it together. This actually came to us from Study on the court's commission on motions for appropriate relief. As we talk to various judges and members of the committee that were involved in the court, they indicated that motions for appropriate relief were the most time consuming things in court. So they got together actually it was prosecutors and defense bar, particularly public defenders got together and set forth the problems that they thought they could overcome. The first section deals with expert witnesses and once a motion for appropriate relief is filed, the judge is supposed to set it up and tell you what kind of expert witnesses might be called at this motion for appropriate relief. Second section requires that there'll be a judge assigned to The case and the judge is then supposed to review this to see if there is any validity to it at all. For those of us who are lawyers it's more like 12B6. Is there anything on the face that might be valid. If there's not, the judge can simply dismiss it, no other action needs to be taken. If there is validity to it the judge will appoint council for an Unrepresented indigent defendant, when he finds that a hearing is warranted. He can require the appointed council to review the motion and even to modify. The judge can require the state to file an answer or the state can make a motion to file an answer. And then the last provision talks about when a appointed attorney might be appropriate in a motion for For appropriate relief. And that is when the defendant has been convicted of a felony and imprisoned or fined more than $500 and the judge has already reviewed the motion and found that council needs to be appointed. Ask for you support. >> Further discussion,
further debate if not the question the house passage of house bill 995 on it's second reading, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote 114 having voted in the affirmative and one in the negative, house bill 995 passes it's second reading and will without objection be read a third time. >> General assembly North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion further debate if not the question before the house is the passages of 995 on it's third reading. Those in favor will say aye, >> Aye >> Those oppose will say no. The Aye's have it. House bill 995 having passed it's third reading will be sent to the senate by special manager. House bill 436 clerk will read. >> Representative Torbbet, O'Brain and Davis House bill 436 the bill to be entitled enact further define the current practice law. For the privilege of protecting the members of public from serious harm resulting from unauthorized practice of law by the persons who are not trained in licence attorney. General assembly North Carolina enacts. >> What purpose does the lady from Surry Representative Stevens rise. >> For a motion Mr. Speaker >> Change jobs up here The lady is recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker members of the general assembly I move that we do not concur and that a conference committee be appointed. For those of you who've been involved in some meetings with us this is the state bar verses legal zoom and we have reached an engagement we like to get together with the senate and put it into a conference report. Anybody who would like to see it, knowing that our stakeholders are on board I will be happy to share it with you, that I had asked do not concur. >> What purpose does the Gentleman from Durham Representative Luebke rise? >> To see Representative Stevens would yield for a question. >> Does the lady from Surry yield for the gentleman from Durham? >> I do. >> She yields >> Thank you representative Stevens I have been getting a lot of communication from my district attorney's saying that they like what being worked out. Would that be in reference what you are talking about as well, and these recent emails saying we like the agreement etc. Are we on the same page here. >> If I may respond She has the floor to respond. >> Thank you, I haven't heard from any district attorneys per se but I have her from members of real estate bar and other places. This is very consistent with what they, it's what the bar and legals immigrate to with additional protections that we build in to more more clearly define the practice of law. >> Does the lady yield to an additional question? >> I do. >>She yields >> I think we are talking about the same group then, if I said district attorney I apologize, it's not what I meant there is various attorneys in my district who work on real estate issues, thank you. >> Thank you. >. Further discussion further debate, if not the question for the house is the motion not to conquer with house bill 436, those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK-AUDIO] the clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative the motion not concur as adopted. The senate will be so notified, additionally the chair of points, the following conferrers on this bill Representative Daughtry chair, members representative Brian, Representative Ted Davis, Representative Bishop, Representative Stephens, Representative Dwayne Howl, senate will be so notified. Notices and announcements. The gentleman from Wake, Representative Dollar is recognized for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, I just wanna make sure everybody is clear, tomorrow, I think most of the area, appropriation committees have notice, or chairs have notice their committee meetings for tomorrow morning at 8:30 I will tell you in advance to take a little bit of the pressure off the vent, if the presentations are not ready at that time, then they will recess until after session tomorrow an pick up with their presentations of their area budgets and then move to a time that were amendments in voting, they may need to run over until Friday morning to complete their work of their committee, so if you're on one of the area preparation committees, which is 80, 90 people in here, just stay in touch with your chair
and see what your schedule is going to be tomorrow and possibly Friday but pretty much plan on being here most of the day tomorrow depending on what committee you are and the progress of those committees. Just to advice you with respect to next we, we should have our full appropriation committee on Tuesday and hopefully we'll be to the floor with the bill next Thursday and Friday on third reading at whatever time is agreed to when we get to that point, I'll be happy to answer any questions. >> For what purpose does the lady from [INAUDIBLE], Representative [INAUDIBLE] rise? >> For an announcement. >> The lady as the floor for an announcement. >> The Agnar appropriations committee will meet at 9.30 in 421 rather than 8.30 thank you. >> What purpose does the gentleman from Mecklenburg representative Brolly rise? For an announcement >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker wanted to announce actions by the finance committee chairs HB 1056 [INAUDIBLE] occupancy tax and H 1039 increase stamps and county occupancy tax are being referred to the sub committee on occupancy tax and HB 1017 [INAUDIBLE] wood D annexation annexation is being referred to this the sub committee on deannexation and annexation. >> Cooperative says the gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] representative [INAUDIBLE] rise. >> For an announcement the gentleman has the 44 in announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker the appropriations justice and public safety committee will meet tomorrow morning at 9:30 AM in 415 LOB. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Johnson, representative Daugherty rise? >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, to make an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor to make an announcement. >> The judiciary one committee met earlier today, we have not finished our work and we will meet him immediately after session, in the same meeting placed to finish the bill we started. Thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Alimance Representative Ross rise? >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, moment of personal privilege. >> The gentleman is recognized to speak to a point of personal privilege. >> Members, shortly after Senator Tilace took office in Washington he began visiting military installations around the country and he and his wife spent four, five days at Fort Brad and while Senator Tilace was reviewing the issues pertinent to his senate career, Susan Tilace who is his wife was visiting with the families of a lot of the deployed troops and in visiting with those families over those few days, she discovered that there was a tremendous need for some of the deployed troops that had small infant children. There wives were left behind, many of them left and their children were born after they were deployed and as many of you know, deployment some times can last many, many months. So in making this discovery, she started to doing some research and found that there was an organization, the armed services YMCA at Fort Bragg had created a program to try to help relieve some of this issue, it's called a baby bundle program, some of you may have heard of it and what it does is it delivers essential care items for new born infants to active duty, E4 and below and the dependent spouse of the active duty soldier E4 and below. Some of the items that are need of are baby blankets, onesies/g, baby wipes, slippers medicine spoons, a lot of the things that I haven't had to deal with in years. Diapers, baby clothing, baby books, a number of women around the state have chipped in and are trying to help Miss Tillus in her efforts to raise awareness and also to garner supplies that she will take down to Fort Bragg later this month. We have put a box, we call it a baby bundle box in Representative Jeeders/g office and any of these particular supplies that you feel led to help us accumulate to send down to Fort Bragg will be great appreciated, if you don't know how to buy baby blankets, diapers and that kind of thing, they will take a gift card and the YMCA down at Fort Brad will convert that gift card into these items so any how we can get that would be greatly appreciated and we'll combine altogether with the efforts of Senator Tilace's wife and hopefully we'll have a pretty good start to take down, again the boxes in Representative Jidder's/g office, thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from union, Representative
Horn rise? >> For an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, the house appropriation committee on education will not sleep until 9:30, we'll get right at it, at 8:30 tomorrow morning unless you hear from the contrary. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake, Representative Stem rise? >> To make a motion. >> Is this the adjournment motion? >> Yeah. >> Let me see if there is any further notices or announcements. >> Any further notices or announcements? The clerk has an announcement, the clerk is recognized. >> House committee on the corporations and general government will meet Thursday May 30 in room 425, house committee on appropriations will meet Thursday at 8.30 in room 1228. >> What purpose does the gentleman from Mecklenburg Representative Alexander has. >> Mr. Chairman just to inquire- >> The gentleman's recommended ask for an inquire. >> As to what our voting posture might be on tomorrow. >> It appears we will have one bill on the for a vote tomorrow. I think it's going to be, maybe you can double check the bill. [BLANK_AUDIO] Not sure about it but it does appear at this point that House Bill 958 felony death involving boating, Sheyenne's Law, is at least tentatively re-scheduled to be on for tomorrow. It is the intention of the Chair that we may not have to have any votes on Monday however. And I think Representative Alexander the gentleman's question gives the chair an opportunity to re-iterate the comments by Representative Dower/g that the appropriations committee is going to be working in a very robust manner tomorrow, there actually the chairs would mean today, but tomorrow and possibly on Friday so that we can stay on track to have a budget passed out of this chamber by May the 20th. So I would encourage members to be flexible in that regard. For what purpose does the gentleman from Lincoln Representative Saine rise. >> One announcement Mr. Speaker. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members of the house committee on appropriations information technology will meet tomorrow at 1 PM in 1425. Please note that this committee is made up of many the other chairs of the appropriations committee as IT reaches many facades of state government so please be there at 1 PM, thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from union, Representative Arp rise? >> To make an announcement.>> The gentleman has the floor to make an announcement. >> House appropriation on capital meet tomorrow at 1 O'clock and LOB 415. >> Further notices and announcements? For what purpose does the gentleman from New Hannah Representative Davis rise? >> For an announcement, the gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, members of the house, local government will meet tomorrow in the normal meeting place at 11 O'clock in the morning. 10 o'clock. Thank you. >> Further notices and announcements, if not now the gentleman from Lake, Representative Stan recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker, subject to messages from the senate committee reports, we refer all bills and resolutions at appointment of [INAUDIBLE], I move that the house adjourn to reconfirm Thursday May 12 12th at 11 O'clock AM. >> Representative Stan moved seconded by representative Bell that the house do now adjourn subject to receipt of messages from the senate committee reports. Re-referral of bills and resolutions and appointment of conferees and conference reports. The chair will amend the gentleman's motion to conference report to reconvene on