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May I have your attention please. Visitors please retire from the chamber as the house prepares to return from recess. Thank you. [BLANK_AUDIO] Members will take their seats, visitors retire from the chamber. The Sergeant at Arms will close the doors. Members and guests are asked to please silence all electronic devices. This evening's prayer will be offered by Representative Brody, we'd ask all members and all guests to please stand for the prayer and to remain standing for the pledge of allegiance. Representative Brody. .[BLANK_AUDIO]. Thank you Mr. Speaker. Gracious and sovereign Lord, we lift your name above all names and recognize you as the creator of all things. We pray for our servants in this legislature, the state of North Carolina that you might keep us faithful for this solemn office for which You have you have charged us. Strengthen and uphold us, guide and direct us to fulfill our new purposes according to your word. Give us counsel and aid that we may preserve the integrity and honor of our state, protect our neighbor's best interest and uphold and preserve all life you have given us. Grant us firmness to maintain and promote law and justice and the determination to strive for the good of our state and the betterment of its citizens, remembering that we must also live under the same laws we write and enforce. Give us wisdom in the hours of decision and may we speak and decide Matters in the spirit of unity and the bond of peace. When we face the challenge of defending your word and the direction your word takes us, give us the strength and serenity needed to meet that challenge. Guard and defend us so we may serve the security and well being of the people you have given us to serve Protect us from those who choose to do us harm. Make us leaders of a people who will do your righteous and holy will in our state and nation. In the name of your most holy son our lord Jesus Christ, bless the United States of the great state of North Carolina. Amen. >> [INAUDIBLE] To the flag of the United States of America 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 Journal for June 23rd has been examined and found to be correct, I move that it stand approved as written. >> Representative Lewis moves that the journal for June 23rd 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 following bills duly ratified for presentation to the Governor. Senate Bill 19, an act to adjust the uniform fee for recording deeds of trust with the register of deeds in order to comply with closing disclosure requirements established by the federal truth in lending and real estate settlement procedures acts. Senate Bill 600, an act to require Management companies to compensate appraisal compliance with federal law and to allow federal appellate court judges to perform marriage ceremonies. Senate Bill 792, enacts setting the limits to contractor liability under state information technology procurement contracts. House Bill 567 Ignite to modify the [INAUDIBLE] decoration requirement for certain tracks of learn uses symmetries. House bill 960, ignite to modify the ability to the members of the teachers and state employees that [INAUDIBLE] in o purchase credit for employment, and the child is good operation, is a private non profit corporation and require cost estimate From statutory changes reduce the purchase of provisions. House Bill 1035 an Act authorizing by the Local Government Commission to require basic financial training for financial officers and certain local governments and public authorities. And the following bills, resolutions due to offer probably enrolled and preparing for presentation to the acts of segretory estate. Senate bill 787, an act authorized in trying to wind that code in Stokes county to compelled determination of an hirecthical trust establishment by a town for the purpose of paying law enforcement special separation. Allows benefits and authorized in government body to Stokes county to adopt Requirements for regulation constrictions and prohibiting possession of consumption of alcohol now recover rivers in the county. Senate bill 795 ignite exempting Clayc county, from certain state
contract laws in renovation and restoration of the county's allue court house vividly. Senate bill 831 ignite to a lot From Sampson County Sheriff Office to Contract for the Purchase of Food and Food Services Supply for their County Detention Facilities without being Subject to the Requirements of Service State Purchasing Contract Laws and Authorize [INAUDIBLE] where in Sampson County and in Municipalities of those Counties to Transfer Retired Service Animals Owned by the Local Government. Senate Bill Ordinarily. An act to allow the towns of Apex, Cary, Garner, Knightdale, Morrisville, Rolesville, Wake Forest and Zebulon and the county of Yancey, and all the municipalities in that county transfer and retire of service animals owned by that town to the officer or employee who had normal custody and the control of the animal. Senate Bill 880. An Act to abolish the officer Of coroner in Caswell County. Senate Bill 883. An act to allow wildlife resources commission shooting ranges in Northampton County. House Bill 1045. An act to provide and consolidate the charter of the City of Newman. Senate Joint Resolution 894. A joint resolution honoring the life and memory of John Richard Jordan, Jr, former member of the General Assembly. [BLANK_AUDIO] The chapter bills will be noted [BLANK_AUDIO]. Members rule 12D is suspended for the evening without objection. House Bill 242, the clerk will read. [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative [UNKNOWN] call from Stam. House Bill 242, a bill to be entitled an act to make various changes to the charter school laws. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> The gentleman from Wake, representative Stam is recognized for a motion. >> I renew my motion to concur and ask for assistance of staff on the floor if necessary. >> Gentleman has probably moved the house to conquer with the house bill 242, just a moment. The house will come to order, we're taking up business, we're on the bill this time, the gentleman from Wake has the floor to debate the motion and conquer. >> Mr. speaker and members of the house we explained the bill last Tuesday and I know that the minority clockers had staff and understand it and I said way too much information to the majority clockers to study it, so my explanation will be about About two or three minutes this is a and George's time and me >> [LAUGH] >> relatively but [INAUDIBLE] the bailey just insures that the office of charter school is spending its time on schools that needs the most assistance, all schools report annually to the state board of education, it gives the state board of education flexibility When approving material changes to a charter, it re-organizes the different types of approval just so they are clear, provides enrollment priority for example where a child is attending a K through 8 charter school and there is no ninth grade they'd have priority to go to a ninth grade or a charter school And also conforms our definition of low performing schools to the same definitions that were used for traditional schools, I'll be glad to answer any questions, asked you to vote to concur. For what purpose does the gentleman from Durham, Representative Lukie Rise? >> To speak on the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members really I rise not to speak on the bill but on the process. Mr. Speaker there's so many conversations. [SOUND] [SOUND]. The house will come to order. >> Thank you, I appreciate it. I rise to speak not about the substance of the bill but about the process . This is only the first of many bills we're gonna see this week and next week in what is supposed Most of the small senate changes to our bills. To senate committee substitutes and it said what comes back to us is really a senate bill substitute. The senate substitute is an entire bill. That's our bill and substitute Substitute to own, and that FCS put an SVS. And in this particular bill we have house bill 242, representative
Stan the only member I asked that the bill go to finance public education committee so that we could look at Look at the bill. We could have public input. We are staff could explain the bill. Representative Stam and I agreed that if we could get this staff to come to our house democratic coccus, that that would be sufficient and for us that was sufficient. We had a good presentation a education staff, and And I think the members vote is they wish but I think we say that it was as representative Stam just said. One person I heard describe it as a relatively B nine bill. So, this relatively nine bill is before us but I will say we need to watch. There will be many more of these So this relatively benign bill is before us but I will say we need to watch, there will be many more of these substituted bills, house One person I heard described it as a relatively benign bill. bills this week next week Debate the virtues of the bill that the senate has created that allows us no opportunity to amend, that's a big mistake procedurally, it's not right for our house to go along with that, I wish we did not go along with it. Thank you members. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Craven, representative Charlie rise? >> To see if the bill sponsor would yield to a question. >> Does the gentleman from Wake yield to the gentleman from Craven? >> I do. >> He yields. >> Now I read the bill and I didn't see anything in it in this regard but I wanted to hear it from you anyway. Is there anything in here the change is funding for charter schools? It doesn't change funding but there is a section that says, on page five, it just requires the LEA to give the calculation of how they're gonna provide funding. [BLANK_AUDIO] To the state board they already provided to the charter school. >> What purpose does the lady from Orange, representative Vinska rise? Further discussion further debate? If not the question for the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute to House Bill 242. Those in favor will vote aye will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]. The following member list occur to the court. Representative Richardson, Franklin. The clerk will lock the machine to record the vote. [SOUND] 110 having voted in the affirmative and 4 in the negative. The motion to confer to the Senate Committee Substitute to hospital 242 is adopted the bill is already enrolled and sent to the governor. The gentleman from Johnston Representative Langdon is recognized to speak to a point of personal Privilege. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker I rise to recognize a soft ball team from Johnston county, Preston which is a class 1A team and they are state champions and they had an outstanding Record this year, they were 24 and 3 in all their games and 11-1 in the cockpits and of course and winning state championship, they played North Stanley and, Let me see make sure, yeah North Stanley they lost the first game and then won the next two and they'd won their last game in the 16 and that's an outstanding record. If you look at this in 1906 Shcarow Cub set the record For wind and at 76%, 90 years later Princeton Soft Ball team went 88%, it took [INAUDIBLE] 27 years to rack up seven no hitters, it took Haley Wood Preston four years And her career betting average was 399, 33 points better than [INAUDIBLE] >> [LAUGH] >> And since you all know I don't speak much I'm gonna stop at that and the outstanding team that has done great members our motion of the members of [INAUDIBLE] representative [INAUDIBLE] and [INAUDIBLE] the chair is happy to extend the courtesy's of the gallery to the 2016 North Carolina class 1A state champions soft ball team from Pinston high school, they are accompanied by
[INAUDIBLE] school board. [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] >> Also with the team this evening are chairman [INAUDIBLE] who is a nominee for state house Here and super intended Dr. Roll Stranfol who's also they were glad to have you all with us. Congratulations on an excellent season. [APPLAUSE]. [BLANK_AUDIO]. That was our motion, the lady from Reoford, Representative Heris, and the chair is happy to You extend the courties to go to the NC chapter of Mums demand Action for gunsense in America. Would you all please stand so that we can welcome you. Thank you for being with us this evening. [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] For what purpose does the gentlemen for Coverland Representative Floyd rise >> Inquire the chair >> The gentleman may state his inquiry >> Mr speaker I'm looking at the calendar for today and also which is not here to count in for the week. And I'm trying to Trying to see just where we are on the calendar for the week and also could we group the local bills this evening? And. >> I'll answer your last question first, we're going ton group the second to those are the local groupbut the first and we'll go separate. We've had a request not to group that bill Deal with the other two. As for the schedule this week we intend for the budget to be read in this evening before midnight, the conference report has been signed by the conferees and everything is now going through the process that it goes through through being published and so forth and that'll happen before midnight Under our rules the second reading can occur as early as Thursday with the third reading occurring on Friday. If there is an interest in perhaps moving that schedule up we will have that conversation tomorrow, but at this point it does appear we will have to have a Thursday and Friday session. To go to the next Question which may be coming from you which is when is the end in sight for session? I don't believe it's this week but I would be pleasantly surprised if it worked out or we could adjourn at the end of this week. If I'm handicapped then I'm gonna think probably toward the end of next week. >> Followup Mr. Speaker. >> The gentleman is recognized. >> Mr. Speaker if we some kind of ways successful and looking at Wednesday and Thursday and then when we have a Friday session. I can say this, if we don't move the vote upto Wednesday and Thursday you are guaranteed of a Friday session or Thursday and Friday, if we do move the vote on the budget up there's there's a possibility we would not have to be here Friday, it just depends upon where we go as far as actual adjournment this week and what other bills are deemed to be time sensitive to be resolved this week, so if I knew more I would advice the member. >> Last question Mr. speaker. >> You're recognized. >> So, I I guess I'm hearing plainly that we may have definite if we are not successful for Wednesday and Thursday, we will have a Friday session. >> Correct under our rules we would have to have second reading on Thursday and third reading on Friday of the budget bill. >> The last question please. >> The gentleman is recognized for his additional last Last question. >> [LAUGH] >> But we could make some adjustments here. >> We could, the rules do permit that. House bill 1128 the clerk will read. >> Representative Bradford house bill 1128 a bill to be entitled and that adding Certain described property to the corporate membership of the Town of [INAUDIBLE]. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Further discussion, further debate? If not the question before the House is the passage of House Bill 1128 on it's third reading. Those in favor will vote aye. Those opposed will vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. Do the following members wish to record Representative Redale, Representative Graham, the other Representative Graham, the clerk will lock the machine and record the vote 111 having voted in the affirmative and three in the negative, house bill 1128 passes its third reading and will be sent to the Senate, members is there objection to Senate Bill 774 and Senate bill 852 being grouped. >> Objection. >> The gentleman from Durham objects,
Senate bill 774 the clerk will read Senator Tucker, Senate Bill 774, a bill to be entitled an Act removing certain described property from the corporate limits of village of Marvin and the city of Asheboro. Do you wanna send a no claim in it? >> Further discussion, further debate. For what purpose does the gentleman from Durham, Representative Luebke rise? >> Speaking on the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the To debate the bill the house will come to order. [SOUND]. >> Mr speaker members to debate the bill briefly, this bill in my judgement as I said before we discussed it on Thursday has a problem because it is a forced de-annexation of property from the town of Marvin the town does not want development in a part of the town, they have not agreed to allow the development to go on their inside their city limits because they will not zone it for development. The county of union apparently according to members does not care one way or the other whether this development goes forward, the town of Marvin doesn't want it, so what has happened in this bill is that when I was telling what the town wishes the six acres are the this isn't the policy we ought to be doing, we're not happy here in Rowley, we're telling the town of Marvin what it can and cannot do, so we're joined here, the beneficiary is a developer, one developer who will get six acres from the town of Marvin going to union county they will therefore be the development. It undermines the integrity of the time Marvin we should not be doing this now or in any other time and I and maybe a few others of us will vote no, thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from union representative Horne rise. >> To debate the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to present the bill. >> Thank you Mr. speaker, representative representative Luckie was absolutely correct, the town of Marvin would like to control the development within their town and I actually agree with that but here's the problem, one person owns three parcels, contiguous parcels along the line, very small parcel takers of which two acres is usable, splits the property, so as much as the town of Mavin doesn't want development what they have are two portions that are not in the town, they're separated by this small portion that is in the town. What's gonna happen is we're they're gonna get development whether they want it or not but they won't be on that two acres spot in the middle, and the type of development they're gonna get is not the type of development that the essence of the town of Marvin wants, so street malls and used used stores and more fast food places are not in keeping with the character of the town of Marvin in that region, in order to have the type of development that is in character with the region the property needs to be complete, it just doesn't make practical sense so I ask you I ask you to vote for the bill based on practical sense, what a concept, thank you Mr speaker. >> The question before the house is the passage of Senate bill 774 on its third reading, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote No, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. The clerk will lock the machine to record the vote, 99 having voted in the affirmative and 15 in the negative, Senate Bill 774 passes its third reading Will be sent to the Senate, Senate Bill 852 the clerk will read. >> Senator Heiss, Senate Bill 852, a bill to be entitled an act removing a certain described property from the corporate limits of the town of Bakersville and from the corporate limits of the town of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the lady from [INAUDIBLE] Representative [INAUDIBLE] rise? >> I just ask you to vote green on this bill please, thank you. >> The question before the house is the passage of Senate Bill 852 on its third reading, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote No, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] Do the following members wish to record Representative Stam, Representative Pindleton, Representative Haley, the clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 113 having voted in the affirmative and one in the negative. Senate Bill 852 passes Passes its third reading and will be sent
to the Senate. House Bill 972 the clerk will read. >> Representatives Fair Cloth, McNeil, Bones, and Haley, House Bill 972 a bill to the entire an act to provide the recording made by the enforcement agencies is not public records that will establish whether to whom or what portions of the recording for copy release to establish procedure of contesting or facial disclosure for recording and obtain the copy a recording and to debate the state local law enforcement for age system to revive upon request, access to the Northern view of analysed recording in the state law of investigations in the North Carolina state crime regulatory. General assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Members on behalf of the gentleman from McDowell, Representative Dobson, the Chair is happy to extend courtesies to the gallery to his wife Valerie, his daughter Kennedy and his sister-in-law April. Would you all please stand so we can welcome you all. Thank you for being with us today [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] Also we're pleased to have our nurse of the day with us this evening, Tracy Dryden from Durham. Ms. Dryden, thank you for being with us this evening. [APPLAUSE] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Guilford, Representative Representative Faircloth, rise? >> To debate the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill and the House will come to order. >> [SOUND] >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I notice that there are three amendments, and it's probably more appropriate for you to go ahead and handle those amendments and then I'll debate after that if it's okay. [BLANK-AUDIO] The lady from from Buncombe, Representative Fisher is recognized to send forth an amendment, the clerk will read. >> Representative Fisher, moves to amend the bill on page 2, line 14 through page 3, line 47, by rewriting those lines to read. >> The lady has the floor to debate the amendment. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. ladies and gentlemen at the house, this amendment as you see it on your dashboard has to do with disclosure and what it would allow is for Person who is depicted in a body cam recording to request that they be made privy to the recording, if they are able to state the date on which On which the recording happened and the time. And give pertinent relative information as to when the recording took place. For that first portion about disclosure. They are not required to consider a request unless that approximate time and place that the incident Can be stated by the person requesting. As far as the release of the recordings section D on the first page has to do with a compelling public interest and if it is determined that a Recording made by a body camera shows something like serious bodily injury or death that those results can be made public A law enforcement agency is not required to consider a request of release of that portion of the recording unless again the person states the day and time of the recording and identifies the incident .The law enforcement Officer can overcome the presumption in favor of releasing recording by meeting several different requirements that you'll see listed on the second page of the amendment listed there in parenthesis starting with 1 And then going through seven and the reason just overall for this amendment and you'll see the rest of the amendment, has to do with just the placement of this additional language in the bill, to account for the changes in paragraph and numbering that had to Happen to accommodate this amendment.
And the reason for the amendment is that there are instances where people should have a right to know if they're part of a recording that was taken by the police body cam And it's not enough that you just have the police recording and it goes to the police department and there is no way for a victim or a perpetrator to find out how How they were recorded on that recording, they should be able to find out if they are personally on it, and if they can tell when that incident happened, and the date and the time and the place, also because we know that there have been Instances where things have happened, in particular instances where people are injured, and some instances that have resulted in death. We want the public to know and be aware of what has happened that resulted in these serious Injuries or death. The main idea is that we want people to have as much information as they can have, both on the law enforcement side and on the public side, and for that reason I would hope that you would support this amendment, thank you very much. Members there are three lights on. What the chair would ask is that if members would deactivate their lights unless they wish to debate an amendment, are there any other members wishing to debate the amendment? For what purpose does the gentleman from Guilford Representative Fair Cloth rise To debate the amendment. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the amendment. >> Thank you Mr speaker, if you recall our conversation the other night about or the other day when we were discussing this particular bill. The design of this bill is aimed exactly at what the sponsor of this amendment Says she's seeking and that's a way for people who are on the images of these recordings to be able to see them, we provided that. This is a very balanced bill the amendment simply changes sequences around, doesn't really accomplish anything except it's a little tougher in order to put it in, I think we trust law enforcement, that's a good deal the way it is and I ask you to vote against the amendment. >> Further discussion further debate on the amendment, if not the question for the house is the adoption of amendment 85 sent forth by representative represent official, 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. 43 having voted in the affirmative, 71 in the negative, the amendment is not adopted. The gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] representative Queen is recognized to send forth the amendment and the clerk will read. >> Representative Queen moves to amend the bill the bill on page one line three by deleting not. >> here's the gentleman from Lake and he wishes to change his right on the amendment from yes to no. >> I do Mr. speaker. >> Gentleman [INAUDIBLE] is voting no on the previous amendment. The gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] has the floor to debate the amendment. >> Thank you, I offer an amendment it's just three lines, it just does one thing, it clarifies that in this legislation which is to regulate and deal with a special type of record or body cam which is very important to our public trust in our law enforcement, it's a public record of a public service that's key For a key service that our citizens want to have transparency and accountability in, it is good for law enforcement and its good for community trust, what it does is it says that this records are public records Clarifies that they indeed are not personnel records, and that all other provisions of this section will be
how they are regulated, we do not need to take up this new technology this new opportunity to add Clarity and public trust and claim that its not a public record, we are creating a whole new class. I agree with the bill sponsors that it's a sensitive public record and it needs to be appropriately regulated with a common sense regime but I do not think it should be classified as something other than what it is, so I ask you to consider voting to clarify that portion of the bill, otherwise it works just as the bill sponsors have Have planned thank you. >> Does the gentleman from Vance wish to debate the amendment or is just for some additional purpose. >> Amendment. >> The gentleman is recognized to debate the amendment. I rise in support of the amendment, this is simply bringing this body cameras in line consistently with how we characterize every Every other video tape that is maintained by public officials in course of their official public duty and I support the amendment. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Guilford Representative Fair Cloth arise. >> To debate the amendment. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the amendment. >> I ask that you vote against this Amendment we have structured carefully the use of public records and the way that the information flows through this process this would do nothing more than we can feel that we put together as good as it is I ask you to vote against the amendment. >> Further discussion for the debate if not the question for the house is the adoption of amendment 86 sent forth by representative Queen, those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK-AUDIO] [BLANK-AUDIO] clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 40 having voted in the affirmative and 74 in the negative, the amendment is not adopted. The gentleman from Cumberland representative Richardson is recognized to send forth an amendment, the clerk will read. >> Representative Richardson moves to amend the bill on page three, lines 26 by rewriting their line to read. >> The gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] is recognized to debate the amendment. >> Mr. speakers, members, I could tell by the way the first two members have gone all the way, this amendment will probably go, but I really want you to think about this. I do a lot of work in In this area I have defended the police chief, I have defended police officers, I have defended people who have claimed excessive use of force. It is so important for the decision maker this is a wonderful bill, the two co-sponsors of this bill work very, very hard, done a great job and I And I compliment them again fro what they are doing this is so important this is probably one of the most important bills we will vote on this session and I commend them for getting the interest of all the people together in putting this bill out here, it is crucial however that we give some guidance to the To the decision maker both the person and the police department who is looking to release his record and the judge as to what a compelling interest is, and what this amendment simply does it says that it is such an important aspect of society now, it is such an important thing The light of day come upon us and look at, And that is, what goes on when a policewoman, confronts a citizen and that citizen claims he or she has been seriously injured or harmed in that altercation, or the officer has been harmed. And the public should have a right to look at the person that was involved in the action had the right to look at it, and the and the officer should have that released. To protect him or her. More times, 99.99% of the time, this openness is Going to help the good officers that we had defending our streets everyday. You can never go wrong being open.
And I think that this topic is so important, so necessary, that it needs to be defined as one of the compelling interests that tips the scale In favor of opening this up to be seen. Thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Guilford, Representative Faircloth rise? >> To debate the amendment >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the amendment. >> Members of the House I will certainly agree that Most of these recordings that are gonna make their way to court or make their way to The District Attorney what have you, are of compelling interest. And we have provided in the bill a very smooth, a very workable way of everything from the initial viewing by the person who Who has the image, all the way through to a charge against an officer if that should occur. It's all taken care of tin the way bill is structured. I ask you to defeat the amendment. >> Further discussion, further debate. If not the question for the house is the passage of Amendment A7 sent forth by Rep. Richardson Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote No, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]. The clerk will Lock the machine and record the vote, 42 having voted in the affirmative and 72 in the negative, the amendment fails. For what purpose does the gentleman from Lee Representative Reeves arise. >> Thank you Mr speaker just to be recorded as I on HB242. >> The gentleman will be recorded as voting I on house bill 242 For what purpose does the gentleman from Hartford Representative Hunter arise. >> To be recorded as voting I on 852 change my vote to I. >> Would the gentleman please state the bill number again. >> House Bill 852, Senate Bill 852. >> Senate Bill 852 that's the Bakersville de-annexation bill Correct. >> The gentleman will be recorded as voting I, for what purpose does the gentleman from Guilford Representative Faircloth arise. >> T debate the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr speaker, you heard the other day when we were talking About this bill, how many times we've sat down together with different groups and with stakeholders those who are on both sides of the bench, those who work inside and outside of agencies virtually over a period of two and a half years we've touched everybody Who has some interest in an event that might occur where a camera picture is taken, its been tough getting agreement across that large umbrella, but we have very strong support from law enforcement, from the AOC from all those who are interested in this except that some folks are just upset that we just don't open up the files and say all of you when you get a few minutes come by and look over what we have here and if you see something that's compelling then ask for a copy of it, it were given to you and you put it on your Facebook, we're not going to allow that, we're going to do it the way it should be, it should be a system that works well and treats everybody fairly, this one does already support the bill. [BLANK-AUDIO] for what purpose does the gentleman from Haywood representative Queen rise. >> To speak on the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Again, I don't think I'm making much head way but I do wanna make the point one last time on the third reading that we have come a long way with this bill from where we were prior to it, it's moved complete secrecy of this body cams hidden in the personal record definition, but we haven't gone the full way Which is exactly what the public wants us to do. Certainly we need to regulate it. But we need to regulate it in a way that is user friendly. Friendly to the public interest. Friendly to the public good in every respect. Including Including to the benefit and trust that our law enforcement agencies and departments deserve.
I just think we need to go the rest of the way with this, so i encourage you to vote no No and continue to work on this, thank you. [BLANK-AUDIO]. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Durham Representative Hall arise. >> To speak briefly on the bill. The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr speaker and I want the long on this because I have my comments last week but I do wanna emphasize one thing One thing that we seem to forget, under the color of law and under the oath that this officers take, they discharged their duty, sometimes under dangerous circumstances and sometimes they make the right decision is to spur the moment maybe in the heat of the moment. And to be vindicated by this videotape is great for them. As Rep. Richardson said, in most instances you'll find that their professional training and their dedication to duty and their skill prevailed in that situation. But we cannot forget the other side of this coin and that is, as Rep. Faircloth said, several people who have interest in this bill are satisfied with the current state of it but the people who have to be the guardians of public information and public knowledge, are not fully destined in this bill and what does that mean? Again, these are perfect records of x conducted by public employees who are volunteerism in this [INAUDIBLE] but more critically who carried with them deadly force and under law are authorized to take the of their fellow citizens and that's why it's so important, we've given them an awesome responsibility but with it, it comes the scrutiny of the public for whom they are working so again I will just note we haven't gone as far as we need to go, on this particular issue where tail lights not head lights were not leading and we're not even keeping up with the public demand of us, so I hope as we go forward and changes are made it's clear this bill is gonna pass in its current form but is not enough, I'm sure you'll hear from interest groups also as you go forward so I hope that you keep that in mind as as you vote if your true answer is to serve the public. >> Further discussion, further debate, if not the question before the house is the passage of the house committee substitute for house bill 972 on its third reading, those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no, the clerk will open open the vote. [BLANK-AUDIO]. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote 94 having voted in the affirmative and 20 in the negative, house bill 972 passes its third reading, the bill is ordered engrossed and sent to the senate. Senate bill 481 and the clerk will read. >> Senator [INAUDIBLE] senate bill 481 due to be in time and actually North Carolina providing Access capital entrepreneurs in the small business act to provide full disclosure of written determination made by the department of revenue and prohibit cities from charging fees for utility use of right of way. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Lincoln, Representative Stein, rise? >> To speak on the bill. >> The gentleman has Has the floor to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. speaker. We had a good vote on this last week 99 to 1. I believe we held it over just for an opportunity for one of the members to give it a good look. It's a good bill hope that you all support it again tonight. Thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Ash. Further discussion further debate. If not the question before of the house is the passage of senate bill 481 on it's third reading. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 114 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative. Senate bill 481 passes it's third reading. Bill is ordered engrossed and sent to the senate Special message from the Senate, the Clerk will read. >> Mr. Speaker, pursuant to the message from the Senate on June 16th, 2016
informing the house of Representatives that fails to concur with Senate Bill 371, House committee substitute, third edition, a bill to be entitled an act to modernize data collected by the Department of Health and Human Services Related to LME's/MCO of managed care claims. Reiterate the approval of process for the county disengagement, refine the process appointment for the area board, amend the appointment and determination notice for area director, clarify the salary approval process for employees salaries above allowable amounts .Remove the sunset of pilot programs to study the use of the electronic supervision devices in certain facilities. Provide directions of department on a single-stream allocation and process the single-stream, encounter claims and other non-medical claims through NCTracks and develop a plan to extend community guide services. The present protean approves Senator Hartsell Jr. Senators Hise, Pate, Tucker and McKissick on the part of the Senate to confer a live committee appointed by the [INAUDIBLE] to end the differences arising as a result. Respectfully, Sarah Lang. Principal Clerk. >> Noted. Mr. Clerk, the Chair appoints the following conferees for Senate Bill 375. Representative Dollar, Chair. Members Members, Representative Lambert, Dobson, Insko. The Senate will be so notified. Correct, Senate Bill 371. Further special message from the Senate. The Clerk will read. >> House Bill 984, Senate committee substitute, second edition. A bill to be entitled an act to transfer the former Davie County Correctional Center property to the Davie county board of commissioners for concurrence is the Senate committee substitute. >> Calendar for [INAUDIBLE] rule 36b and members, the Chair intends to add this to the calendar. This is for a motion not to concur for this evenings calendar. This is Representative Howard's bill. Is there objection to the bill Would the Clerk please read the short title again. >> Representative Howard. House Bill 983 a bill to be entitled an act to transfer the former Davie County Correction Center property to the Davie County board of commissioners. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Any objection to the bill being added to today's calendar? Seeing none, so ordered Ordered the lady from Davie representative Howard, house Bill 984, the Clerk will read. >> The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Lady from Davie, Representative Howard, is recognized for a motion. >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker and I would ask that the body vote not to concur. We just have a A couple of errors that it will be easier to fix in a conference report than trying to do technical corrections. >> The question before the house is the adoption of the motion not to concur with the Senate committee substitute the house bill 984 those in favor will vote I those opposed will vote No, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]. Representative Hayes, Representative Pindleton Do either of the gentlemen wish to record on this vote, the clerk will lock the machine to record the vote. 112 having voted in the affirmative none in the negative the motion not to concur as adopted the Senate will be so notified. The chair further more appoints conferees, Representative Howard Chair Representative Sature, tell me notify that as well. >> What purpose does the gentleman from Balkom, Representative Charlie rise >> Thank you Mr speaker, I would like my vote on house bill 972 to be recorded as a No please. >> The gentleman will be recorded as voted No on house bill 972 on its third reading [BLANK_AUDIO]. Pass the page to come forward please. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. Members while our pages are coming forward we also have two [INAUDIBLE] pages with us this evening, Luke Millis, who is their keep and watch file and his father, Luke if you wanna come You wanna come down and be introduced, come on down if not you are welcome to stay with your dad and that Kennedy Dotson who is there with her father Kennedy if you wanna come down and be introduced you are welcome to or it will give you a chance to get away from Representative Gid its up to you.
>> [LAUGH] >> A lot of volunteers come forward all over sudden The Clerk will introduce the pages. >> Mary Kate [INAUDIBLE], Mecklenburg County, Illiana Batista, Cartaret County, Jane Miller O'brien, Mecklenburg County, Addison .Babatla, Rackinhalm county. Kengers Veird Weid County. Sally Collins Weid County. Heilry Davis, North Hamton County. Hedler Dewal Mackerebad County. Hope Pennington, Wake County. Bailey Jordan, Cumberland County. Joseph [INAUDIBLE], Wake County. Daniel [INAUDIBLE] County. Miles Lee, New Hanover County County, Eric Malchow, Burkham County, Gabriel Moore, Orange County, Orin Mousavi, Forsyth County, Susan Mosely, Nash County, Sydney Sidney Olsen, Wake County. Sarah Podkin, Orange County. Joshua Laper/g, Wilson County. Morris Saldor, Cleveland County. Mckenzie Silver, McDowell County. Quan Teding, Cleveland County, error in vote, Wake County Sarah Watson, Columbus County. >> Pages I wanna thank you all for being with us this week. You're gonna be here during our budget discussions And may be a few other things and so we're glad to have you and hope you have a great time meeting one another and getting a chance to serve in state government. I would ask my colleagues to join me in welcoming us this week. [APPLAUSE] You may return to your post [SOUND] [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] Mr clerk, The Chair directs that house bill 1134, titled administrative changes to the retirement system in treasury be removed from the committee on rules, calendar and operations of the house. And calendar percent rule 36 b be counted from tomorrow. Notices and announcement. For what purpose does the lady from Randolph Representative Hurley rise? >>On point of personal privilege >>the lady is recognized to speak to a point of personal privilege >> i just wanted you all to know Know that Asheboro is now all America city and we are very proud of it. One of 10 this year and we're very proud. You remember a month or so ago, we were the redneck city. Now we're all America city. Just want you to know. >> [APPLAUSE] For what purpose does the gentleman from Duplin, Representative Dickson rise? >> For an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. Members we are still in session. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members of the House, I would call you attention to the fact that the format Senate Bill 7.7 70 will be in House Ag committee tomorrow morning at 830. There's a serial referral on this Bill to House Finance which will occur at 11 AM. If there are members of the House who are not on the AG committee or the Finance Committee Who have a concern with the form bill, I will remain here at my desk for a few moments after session and you can express your concerns, and I will help you to get someone that will express your concerns either in House Arg or House Finance, this is an attempt to keep the Committee work being done in the committees rather than on the floor of the house. 8:30 AM in the morning 643 LOB Senate bill 770. Thank you.
[BLANK_AUDIO] >> For what purpose does the Does the gentleman from Brunswick Representative Iler rise? >> For an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, house transportation. The full transportation committee will meet tomorrow at 12 O'clock noon. We are going to review and advice on House Bill 959 DOD proposed legislative changes which is in a conference committee so the terminology is review and advise. There will not be any kind of voting or changes, but will review and advise the conference committee in the transportation committee. Thank you. >> For what purpose does the lady from Surry Representative Stephens rise? For an announcement. >> The lady has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members of the house, House judiciary three will meet tomorrow at 11 o'clock in room 421. We have one bill and we expect it to be brief. It is Senate Bill 508. It's the Bail Bond Bill that's been everybody's nightmare. But we think we have completely worked Out now. Thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Lincoln Representative Saine rise? >> For an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members of the finance committee, you should have gotten a notice earlier this evening. We will meet at 8:30 AM in the morning for a number of bills that you have on your announcements. But also as Representative Dickson Senator alluded to we will come back at 11 to take up the format, thank you Mr speaker. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Durham Representative Hall arise. >> For an announcement Mr speaker and a question. >> The gentleman has the floor first of all for an announcement. >> Thank you Mr speaker house democrats will caucus tomorrow at 10 AM AM for ten to 12 for the staff budget briefing and for a question Mr speaker. >> The gentleman is recognized for an inquiry of the chair. >> Yes Mr speaker would ask that since we are limited to be able to get staff during that period of time of that any meetings be re-scheduled so that That we could have that period of time with staff from ten to 12 that was provided for us, thank you. >> Representative Hall just one thing in that regard we will have session at 10 AM tomorrow but there will be no votes, that is for simply for administrative purposes of reading in bills and so forth. The actual voting session will be at 2 PM So the chair does authorize any committees that wish to meet during that same time to do so. >> Mr speaker. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Mecklenburg Representative Browly arise. >> If I may Mr speaker to address the minority leader's question. >> The gentleman is recognized for an announcement. >> The two finance senior chairs in cooperation That the rules hair will push the second session of finance to noon. To allow the minority coccus to meet an interact. >> For what purpose does the lady from Codered Representative Mickel Rahf rise >> For an announcement. >> The lady has the floor for an announcement. >> Well, I don't know how we gonna handle this Handle this now but at 10 o'clock tomorrow in room 544 environment is meeting. We're gonna hear House Bill 593, we sent over as technical amends from environment, are the amends Bill from environment and it came back 14 pages. A lot of it is good but some of it, we may have some questions about. This will be for discussion only and then it will be for possible non-concurrence agreement suggestion. And then we will come back to the floor to Tomorrow or the day after and not concur and then have conferees. We just wanna make sure that there's no question about the fact that we haven't had the public hear this but it's at 10 O'clock so Mr. Speaker, I'll see what you want me to do about that. >> If the lady would approach after she completes, maybe we'll have the Have the minority leader come forward as well, we may look at a different time sounds like it's just to discuss none concurrence though. For what purpose does the gentleman from Durham Representative Lukie arise. >> If Representative [INAUDIBLE] would yield for a question? >> Does the gentleman from Lincoln yield to the gentleman from Durham? >> I do. >> He yields. >> Just following up on your announcements about Meetings, first of all at 830 there's four Bills that are listed on the announcement, are they the only ones we'll be taking at 830? >> Thank you Representative for the question. I believe there's one other Bill that we're waiting to be read in tonight so there should be a correction to that agenda. Senate Bill 727. >> 727 >>77. And that's generally with an article >> Do you have a tittle? >> Yeah. More county optional sales tax. [INAUDIBLE]
>>And if I may follow up. The firm ability living at O'clock. Is that it on the agenda? >> That's correct and it's not at 12 o'clock. >> Thank you. >> Yes sir. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Mecklenberg, Representative Bradford rise? >> For an announcement. >> The gentleman has the floor for an announcement. >> Tomorrow is the second annual Bo-Berry Biscuit day at the NCGA. So I've arranged about 700 Bo-Berry Biscuits, they'll be iced right on site and court 1200. That's enough for every Legislator, every little page, all the normal pages, all the staff, everyone. So I hope you come out and have a Bo-Berry Biscuit courtesy of Bojangles. Thank you. >> Mr. Speaker? >> Uh-oh For what purpose does the gentleman from Weid, Representative Martin rise >> Said the gentleman from that convert would yield to a question. >> Does the gentleman yield? >> I do. >> He yields >>Would you be bringing enough several gallons of vojangos ice tea for Representative Jackson? >> I'm sure that could be arranged. Personal price. [LAUGH] >> Further analysis and announcements If not the gentleman from Hardy, Representative Luis is recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker, sergeant to recied of messages from the senate committee reports, conference reports, [INAUDIBLE] of bills and resolutions, the appointment of conferees, and committee appointments. I move that the house adjourn to reconvene jussy June 28th 10 O'clock am. >> Representative Luis Mill, second about Representative Robinson. And the house can now adjourn to reconvene Tuesday June 28th at 10 am. Sergic the recede of messages from the senate committee reports, conference reports, re referral bills resolutions, appointment of conferees, and committee appointment. Those in favor Favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed no. >> No. >> The ayes have it. We stand adjourned. [BLANK_AUDIO] - -_ Upon motion of Representative Lewis, Senate Bill 727 short titled an Act to Modify Permissible Uses of The Quarter Cent Local Options Sales Tax From Moore County, is removed from committee on rules count on operations of the House and referred to the committee on finance. Also upon motion of Representative Lewis, Senate Bill 53, short title an act authorizing cities to provide annual notice to chronic bile [UNKNOWN] of overgrown vegetation ordinance by regular mail and posting is withdrawn from the committee on local government The referral to regulatory reform is stricken and the bill is referred to the committee on rules count on operations in the house. [BLANK_AUDIO]. Senate Bill 132, short title, an act to establish a season for trapping foxes in Carteret county, is withdrawn Committee on rules, counting operations of the house, and referred to the committee on local governments. [NOISE]. Senate bill 327, shortcut on act to allow banks to conduct savings promotion ruffles is withdrawn from the committee on commerce and referred to the committee on On banking. [NOISE] House Bill 593. Shortcut on act to amend certain environmental, natural resources and other laws