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House | July 28, 2015 | Chamber | House Session

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The house will come to order. Members will take their seats. Visitors will retire from the Chamber. The Sergeant at Arms will close the doors. Members and visitors, are asked to please silence all electronic devices, today's prayer will be offered by Representative Brody. Will our scout members and our guests in the gallery to please stand for the prayer, and remain standing for the Pledge of Allegiance? Representative Brody. Sovereign and most high Lord, as your servants, and servants of the people who have sent us here, we humbly ask you to keep us faithful to the solemn oath and office that you have charged us with. We lift your name above all names. We give you all glory and humbly invite you to stand next to all of us, as we do the works set before us. Give us counsel and aid that we may continue to preserve the integrity and honor of our states. Protect our neighbor's best interest and uphold the sanctity of all life you have allowed to happen, grant us [xx] to maintain and promote law and justice, and determination to strive for the betterment of our citizens. Give us wisdom many hours of decisions, that we may speak, and decide matters in the spirit of unity and bond of peace. Lord God our great nation is once again faced with political strife, our enemies are now inside our boarders, and we are facing domestic issues that would require sometimes unpopular decisions. It's still in our heart, in our minds, your words, if you faithfully obey the voice of the Lord your God, being careful to do all his commandments and walk in his ways. The Lord will set you high above the nations of the earth, he will make your enemies flee, take away off fear and bless the works of your hands. As you've spoken to us by your word, we beg you to guide our own lives so that we may be moved to lead by the same laws we make, administer and judge for this state. Lastly, Lord give wisdom to leaders, guidance to the people who support our efforts and a quiet heart and mind to hear your voice. I ask that you may have mercy on this United States and that North Carolina remain always pleasing in your sight, in the name of Jesus, Amen. [xx] The gentleman from Harnett, Representative Louise is for a motion. Mr. Speaker, the journal for July 27th has been examined and found to be correct, I move that it be approved as written. Representative Louise moves that the journal for July 27th be approved as written, those in favor will say aye. Aye. Those opposed no. The ayes have it, the journal was approved as written. Ratification of bills of resolutions the clerk will read. The [xx] reports the following bills duly ratified for presentation to the governor. Senate bill 678, an act to amend the debt collector statute of [xx] conformed for Federal debt collection practice act. Senate bill 679 an act to provide and recover the costs, related costs upon voluntary dismissal, at the request of [xx] and an action to recover long granted under the North Carolina consumer finance act and up on reduction of a loan made under the act of judgement to clarify the multiple loan limitation under the act, to clarify the statute related to whether or not by-laws of the members of the [xx] to be required to make a loan stand on the act and to make technical and several changes to the act. House Bill 174 an act to amend the enhanced certain notice for comments and protection for tenants of real properties and the foreclosure and to allow purchases of real property under auction's contracts to pursue monetary damage especially from summary rejected proceedings and other amendments to home buyers protection. House bill 446 an act to amend the statutes governing bail bondsmen to increase the age of qualification, for licence as a bail bondsman for runner, to lengthen the time limit for the runner for security to include the time period in which to appeal from the district court may be file to acquire the commissioner of the insurance to return to the amount of the Bondsman security deposit above outstanding liability in the [xx] and to allow the Bondsman to have access to the administrative office of the Court's Civil Information System. House Bill 562, an act to amend various firearm laws. Chapter bills will be noted, members our doctor of the day is Dr. [xx] from UNC health care, he

is a psychiatrist. Dr. [xx] thanks for being here with us, [xx] welcome and she is also joined by our nurse of the day and that [xx] from Greenville here as well, thank you for being with us. Message from the senate, the clerk will read. House Bill 334 transfer office of charter schools. Calender. House Bill 333 Clinton Wallace EJT areas. Calender. Senate bill 541 regulate transportation nertwork companies. Transportation in favor of finance. Senate bill 605 various changes to the revenue laws Finance. Senate bill 671 [xx] restoration [xx] Judiciary to in favor of finance. Special message from the senate, clerk will read. House Bill 774 senate committee substitute fifth edition a bill to be entitled to amend the law require the presence of a licence position and the execution of the [xx] a concurrence in state senate committee substitute. Calendar. What purpose does the gentleman from Durham, Representative Michelle rise? For a moment of personal privilege Mr. Speaker. The house has come to order the gentleman from Durham recognized to speak to a point of personal privilege. Before I do that Mr. Speaker I just wonder about the psychiatrist being here but we will worry about that right now. I'm sorry. We got a psychiatrist today, I just wondered about that a little bit but that's not my point. She could probably stay busy with this group. That's what I was thinking. Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen, the house, many of you have warned about my seat mate Representative Courtney and her absence I talked with her this morning she sounded in good spirits, and she sent me a note for me to please share with all of you and I will do that. Mr. Speaker members of the house and dear friends, I wanted to give you all an update on my where about. Over the last few weeks I have been under medical supervision experiencing some issues with my heart function. My medical team has been diligently working to determine the best course of action and I have chosen to heed their good advice to get ample rest, I am staying with my son in Chapel hill to be near my UNC medical team while my additional test are completed. I will keep you posted on my progress and I'm staying in close contact with my staff. I really miss being there with you but know that this is for the best. I very much appreciate your continued thoughts and prayers and I wish each of you the very best as you continue to do the great work you do of the people of North Carolina. Much love, Becky. And I did talk to her this morning she sounded in good spirit and she is championing at the bit to get back especially her to follow her doctor's advice. Thank you for the update Representative Michaux. Members we are ready to proceed to the calendar. House Bill 59, the clerk will read. Representative of the [xx], Stan McLeisure[sp?], House Bill 59, a bill to the [xx] act to clarify the admissibility of reports for forensic and chemical analysis [xx]. What purpose does the gentleman from Guilford, Representative Faircloth rise? For a motion. The gentleman is recognized for a motion. You move that the house concur with House Bill 59. The gentleman has properly made a motion for the discussion further discussion further debate if not the question before the house is the motion to concur [xx] house bill 59 those in favour will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 111 having voted in the affirmative and three in the negative, the motion to concur as adopted the bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 185 the clerk will read. Representative Arp, Brown, Cleveland, Floyd and Riddel house 185 the act of the appeal commissions within the Department of Cultural Resources, they have served their purpose into repair of statutory language related to the use of alkaline paper for [xx] documents and [xx] related commissions, General Assembly [xx] an agreement. What purpose does the lady

from Davidson Representative Bell rise? To move for concurrence on this bill. Lady is recognized for a motion of concur, lady is recognized to debate the motion. Thank you Mr. Speaker, I do. This bill left the house unanimous vote, it went to the senate and DCR found a couple of just very minor changes technical in nature only, no substantive changes to this bill at all were made in the senate and I would ask that you vote yes in concurrence. Thank you Mr. Speaker. Further discussion further debate? If not the question before the House is the motion to concur with the Senate committee substitute to House bill 185. Those in favor will vote Aye, those opposed will vote No, the Clerk will open the vote. Representative Farmer-Butterfield, does the lady wish to record on this vote? The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 106 having voted in the Affirmative and none in the Negative. The motion to concur is adopted, the bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. Members, we are joined by a group of students with us right here from Duke University, we have a group of students I believe visiting from China. Would you all please stand so that we could welcome you, and acknowledge you for being with us here today at State House of Representatives. Thank you for being here. We're fortunate to have a lot of visitors to the House Chamber a lot, but I think you guys definitely win the longest travel award for session, so thanks for being here with us today. House bill 186, the Clerk will read. Representatives Catlin, [xx] and Glazier, House Bill 186 built to the entire act to require Environmental Review Commission to conduct the study of water resources availability in the Cape Fear River basin and to make the rules review commission to retain private counsel under certain circumstances. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. What purpose does the gentleman from New Hanover Representative Catlin rise? To make a motion to concur. The gentleman is recognized for a motion to concur, the motion is proper before the body, the gentleman now has the floor to debate the motion. Thank you, this Bill is a steady Bill to make sure that we take into account the ground water sustainability in our basins when we look at inter-basin transfers which is a big issue for the Cape Fear River Basin and it passed the house I think almost unanimously, if not unanimously in our committee, it passed the Senate's committee unanimously. And then on the floor, the senate added the amendment that I actually delayed the bills I could figure what the amendment did and here's what it is. It's the Amendment that the Senate adopted on the floor would authorize the rule review Commission, to retain public counsel and lure to have an addition to using the Attorney General's Office when the rules of this commission has been sued. That the rules review commission opts by a majority vote to do this, they must pay for the Private Attorney with funds available in their budget. So, I don't see the star witnesser related that why we pair, but I don't see him major with it, so I ask you to concur. Thanks Further discussion, further debate it's not the question before the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the Senate committee substitute to House Bill 186 those in favor will vote I those who oppose will vote no, the Clerk will open the vote the Clerk will open the machine to record the vote 101 having voted in the affirmative and five in the negative the motion is concurred and adopted the bill is ordered enrolled and set to the governor representative Broody I believe the gentleman has submitted request that the gentleman wishes to be recorded having voted aye on house bill 59 is that correct the gentleman will be so recorded house bill 229 the clerk would read. Representatives McNeal, [xx] Riddel house bill 229 the bill to be entitled enact to modify the exceptions for real property use for religious purposes and to authorize the holder of a limited to drivers to drive and perform the persons place of religious worship general assembly North Carolina enacts. What purpose does the gentleman from Randolph senator Mcneal rise? For a motion. The gentleman is recognized for a motion I move that the house do concur with the senate committee substitute to house bill 2 the gentleman has moved that the house concur, to House Bill 229, the gentleman is now recognized to debate the motion. Thank you members of the

house, the Senate did not change the bill that we send over to them 114 to nothing. The did add a provision on it, mostly the provision was mostly a lot of technical corrections but it then add one substantive change to it for a person that has a limited drive improve it allows them to go to their place of worship and I recommend that we concur. Further discussion further debate if not the question before the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute the House Bill 229, those in favor will vote aye those oppose will vote no the clerk will open the vote Representative Jackson gentleman wish to record on this vote. Clerk will open the machine and record the vote, 105 having voted in the affirmative and one in the negative, the motion to concur adoption the bill's order is rolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 383 the clerk will read Representative Glazier, Stam, Jordan and Fair-cloth, House Bill 383 a bill to be entitled on act to recognize remain and remember various sexual offences to make them more easily distinguishable from one another as to recommend by the North Carolina court of appeals in State of North Carolina for its [xx] and to make other technical changes. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. For what purpose does the gentleman from Cumberland Representative Glazier arise? For a motion Mr. Speaker. The gentleman is recognized for a motion. Thank you Mr. Speaker I move that the House do concur in the senate changes to House Bill 383 and now to debate the motion Mr. Speaker. The motion is properly before the body the gentleman has the floor to debate the motion. Thank you Mr. Speaker, thank you members this is a bill that three numbers and as you remember our statutory sex offence scheme, it has only one change from the bill that we passed over I think unanimously to the senate and that was to fix an issue that had been unintentionally created in a small changes part of the bill the senate had sent us on the age of an offender or young offender in a sexual offence circumstance Representative Steve I worked with the senate to do that, everyone is in agreement, and I know of no opposition and I move with do concur. Further discussion further debate is not the question before the house is for the adoption, he motion concur with the senate committee substitute house bill 383. Those in favor vote aye those who oppose will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. Representative Hamiliton does the general wish to report, clerk will work, the machine will record the votes, 106 having voted in affirmative and non on the negative a motion to concur is adopted, the bill is ordered is enrolled and set to the government. House bill five, House Bill 397 the clerk will read. Representative Glazier leaves Stan and Faircloth, House Bill 397 enacte to clock on conviction of exploitation of the older adult or disabled adult, any ceased action shall be used to satisfy the defendant's constitutional obligation ordered by the court. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. What purpose does the gentleman from Cumberland, Representative Glazier. For a motion and then to debate the motion Mr. Speaker. Gentleman is recognized for a motion. Thank you Mr, Speaker, I move the house to concur in the Senate changes to House bill 397. Motion to concur is proper before the body, the gentleman has the floor to debate the motion. Thank you Mr. Speaker and members. This is a bill that we passed 114 to nothing, the Senate passed 47 nothing and simply what the Senate did was clarify the to be followed when the defendant is convicted for exploitation of an older adult or disabled adult and their assets are seized to try too meet the restitution obligation of their victims, this sets out a clear procedure, it is a DEA conference bill and I know of no objection to the bill, thank you. Further discussion, further debate, if not the question for the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the Senate committee substitute House Bill 397. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. Representative McGrady, does the gentlman wish to record. The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 106 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the motion to concur is adopted, the Bill is ordered is enroll and sent to the Governor. House Bill 529, the clerk will read. Representatives Baskerville and Brian, House Bill 529, the bill's been [xx] punishment

over revoking a person's driver's licence for committing certain driver's while licence revoked to make driving while licence revoked a non-moving violation purposes to make other conforming changes, General Assembly North Carolina enacts. What purpose does the gentleman from Mecklenburg, Representative Bryan rise? Thanks Mr. Speaker, to make a motion to concur over the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 529 and to debate the motion. The gentleman properly knew that the house to concur. The gentleman has the floor to debate the motion. Thank you Mr. Speaker, this is a bill we passed through previously, I think 113 to two. The Senate made a couple of changes. One was related to the fiscal note. They lowered or revised some of the class of misdemeanors for the offence to basically create a less costly change, and there was an amendment requested by the department of transportation to comply with some Medicare regulations. I think the conference of DAs is in favour and I don't know of any opposition at this point, and hope you will vote green. Further discussion, further debate. If not the question before the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute to House Bill 529. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the Clerk will open the vote. Representative Graham, the gentleman wish to record on this vote? The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 100 having voted in the affirmative and 5 in the negative. The motion to concur is adopted, the bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. House bill 721 the Clerk will read. Representatives Bryan, Stam, [xx], Bradford. House bill 721 a bill to be entitled on act to amend the laws related to land development. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. What purpose does the gentleman from Mecklenberg, Representative Bryan rise? I would like to make a motion to concur with the Senate committee substitute for House Bill 721 and to debate the bill. The gentleman has moved that the House to concur, the gentleman has the floor to debate the motion. Thank you, Mr. Speaker. We passed this almost unanimously at the House and the Senate passed it unanimously. At the time we passed it at the house we had agreed to work with the League of Municipalities and the City of Charlotte to make a couple of additional changes which were done on the Senate side. I'm glad to discuss them, but I'd encourage you to vote green. Further discussion, further debate, If not, the question before the House is the adoption of the motion to concur with the Senate Committee Substitute to House Bill 721. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the Clerk will open the vote. The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 105 having vote in the affirmative and 1 in the negative, the motion to concur is adopted. The bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. House Bill 823, the Clerk will read. Representatives Carney, Avila, Earle and Bishop, House bill 823 a bill has been entitled to enact to establish a advisory counsel for rear disease within the School of Medicine for University of North Carolina Chapter U. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. For what purpose does the lady from Wake, Representative Avila arise? To make a motion Mr. Speaker. The lady is recognized for a motion. Thank you, I make motion that we do concur with Senate health care committee substitute House Bill 823 announce to debate the motion. Motion before the body they already has the floor to debate the motion. Thank you Mr. Speaker. It is privilege to stand here in big shoes I can't fill of Becky Carney to put this bill before you. Now we do concur with the Senate substitute, it left the house 16 to zero as a council that would be housed in the Department of Health and Human Services to service an advisory group on rear diseases and how they impact the state of North Carolina and how we might be able to take action and research diagnosis and treatment for citizens. The senate discussions brought together the department as well as UNC and it was arrived at the conclusion that probably a better location for this council would be through the school of medicine at UNC and that's the substitution that was made in the senate and I do ask that we support that. What purpose does the gentleman from Mecklenburg, Representative Bishop rise? To speak to the motion. The gentleman has the floor to debate the motion. Thank you Mr. Speaker and I join representative Avila in thanking Representative Carney for allowing us to be co-sponsors with her

on this important bill. I would like to take a moment if I might to offer a personal story to illustrate the need for in utility of a rear disease council established by this legislation. Rear diseases are those affecting 200, 000 people in the United States about 66 per 100, 000 in population. One of those rare diseases is called esophageal atresia. It is a birth defect that occurs in about one of every four 4, 000 live births. A much rarer form still is called long- gap atresia. Babies who because of a gestational abnormality not fully understood, fail to grow an esophagus. There is a test tube end of the esophagus behind the throat, and perhaps a stump at the other end where it should reach the stomach. This condition is usually discovered during pregnancy, sometimes at the point of a premature delivery that the condition often triggers. Before 1945 no child born with esophageal atresia survived it. Our son Jack was born with this condition in 2000, he spent his first five months in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Carolina's Medical Center with a suction line down his nose into the test tube end of his esophagus to prevent him from literally drowning in his own saliva and was fed through a stomach tube. We were waiting on advice of physicians for the test tube upper end of his esophagus hopefully to grow towards his stomach. After five months of that, he underwent surgery to have a spit fistula which allows saliva to exit the side of the neck above the collar bone and went home where my wife Joe became an expert in simultaneously conducting Sam feedings by mouth to avoid the development of oral aversions and stomach tube feedings the same time. Still we waited for growth of his esophagus and we would go back for monthly checks by the radiologist, and every time we went back for yet a couple of more months the report that came up was there was no growth. And our surgeons began talking to us about methods available for resolving the problem, a gastric pull up where the stomach is pulled literally up into the chest cavity to close the gap. A colonic interposition where colon tissue is taken and moved to the esophagus in order to cover the gap or [xx] position with intestinal tissues same purpose. It is the nature of rare diseases that treating providers who are sort of out there on their own. Developing the standard of care, disagreeing over the standard of care, figuring out ways to fix the problem. And among rare diseases, this is a problem that actually is repairable while others are waiting for some solution. In any event, Joe I didn't like the sound of those fixers. And so we did something that even 10 years earlier it would have been literally impossible. We searched for the answer on the web. Really more correctly, we turned back to research that we have done months earlier when Jack was born. The trail led to a cutting edge pediatric cardio thoracic surgeon of extra ordinary skill at the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, Dr. Jack Foker. Jack Foker believes that every child with long gap atresia could and must have a primary repair. A repair that brought the ends of the native oesophagus together. But it was a very difficult thing to accomplish because how do you cover that gap of several centimeters in an infant. And the answer that Dr. Foker developed, The Foker Technique, was what's called a staged repair. He goes in to the affected area and put traction sutures on the ends of oesophagus, puts them under tension and the child remains an induced paralysis unconscious for 10 day, 30 day's in some cases and what Dr. Foker discovered is that tension induces growth in the end of oesophagus and after a period of time, they can be assembled in a true primary repair. So, off we went to the University of Minnesota where we spent about, actually Joe spent six weeks she would remind me. I came back in forth and by the end Jack had

13 total surgical procedures including gastric reflux surgery following the main surgery including additional procedure to dilate the esophagus so that they would remain compliant and pass food. But I can remember as if it were yesterday the 10 days that he spent lying on a bed unconscious on a ventilator during the staged repair. Our Jack turns 15 next month and except for the scars that he bears, you wouldn't guess that he suffered anything like this. He is strong and he is vigorous, he has no failure to thrive, he has no eating difficulties, he is not wounded and when he participates in athletics by virtue of his stomach being fold into his chest cavity. In short he was given a normal life through the ability an extra ordinary effort and ingenuity of one remarkable surgeon. As a parent it is impossible to express the depth of gratitude we feel for what Dr. Foker gave Jack. And in fact, this is timely because the weekend before last, we went to Boston to celebrate the life and work of Jack Foker. The Foker Technique is now being performed at Boston Children's Hospital but it remains controversial. At 78 years old, Jack Foker by the way, we didn't name our Jack after Jack Foker but it would have been a reasonable idea. Jack Foker is retired from surgery, remains on the faculty of the University of Minnesota and continues constantly to be an evangelist for a true primary repair for every child afflicted with lung [xx]. This is the nature of rare diseases. The answer may be at hand but the standard of care is slow to adopted or the answer may be obvious to one person, if only they had the opportunity to communicate with another surgeon another physician he's absorbed something and of course, there all sorts of important advances that are being made in our society, I'd mentioned just the internet, the availability of the internet in a remarkable result. But this is something that wherever we can we should be a part of and the rare disease council that Representative Cornyn's bill will create takes us down the road for that. I want to finish before another comment, because the story that I've told is one that has a happy ending, one for which were very grateful, but when we spent time at the University of Minnesota in Roma Macdonald house and saw children who were afflicted with other disorders that was our closest opportunity to spend an extended period of time doing that. I think particularly Apollo syndrome or genetic defect in which children are sometimes referred to as [xx] children they have normal facial developments for their very abbreviated lives, there are thousands of these rare diseases and it is impossible to say what the feeling is for a parent who whose child is thus afflicted or anyone or their child or not, and does not see a solution at hand. That's why we do things like this rare disease council. I commended to you and I thank you for your patience in hearing me today. Further discussion further debate, if not the question for the houses the motions concur but the senate committee substitute the House Bill 823, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clock will record the vote. Representative Hunter, does the gentleman wish to record? The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 106 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the motion to concur is adopted. The bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. Members on behalf of representatives Carney, Avila, Iler, and Bishop, the Chair is happy to extend the courtesies of the gallery to Sharon King of Charlotte. Miss King's journey with her daughter Taylor who suffers from [xx] disease has raised the awareness of rare diseases, and has helped bring the need for action to our attention. I believe Miss Kings is ever here to watch, the Speaker has left. Madam we appreciate you being here with us today, thank you. Members, Senate Bill 89

the Chair is removing that from today's calendar referring that bill to the Committee on rules, calendar operations the house. Senate Bill 374, the Clerk will read. Senator Cook, Senate Bill 374 a bill to be entitled enact voluntary, the requirement the holder if a four recreation official licence to maintain the law of [xx] catching efforts statistical data to delay implementation that will allow the division of marine fisher to conduct stakeholders input education process into the greater department of environmental and natural resources from entering into a joint enforcement agreement with the national marine fishers and services. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. For what purpose does the gentleman from Pender, Representative Millis rise? To speak to the bill Mr. Speaker. The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. Ladies and gentlemen we had a sound debate on this bill the last time that we were in a session actually taking votes the house has positively amend ths bill and we look forward to the passage of the third reading send back to the Senate. I ask you to vote green. For what purpose does the lady from Guilford, Representative Harrison rise? To briefly debate the bill. The lady has the floor to debate the bill. Thank you Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen of the House I just wanted to remind you, I don't want to repeat everything I said last week that what the bill does is it prohibits the Marine Division, Marine Fisheries from entering these drawn enforcement agreements. So, our manual the only state on the East Coast that does not allow for this. We've lost out on $15 million in federal grant money thus far to around $400, 000 a year, and the other piece of this is making the data on recreational catches voluntary and the Marine Fisheries Division, I think feels that in order to appropriately and accurately access the impact on the stocks, that actually that shouldn't be voluntary. But the issue is going to be studied, and I appreciate that from the bill sponsors, and I also appreciate their commitment to having a broad stakeholder input. But I still think it's the wrong way to go, so I'm going to encourage you to vote no. Thank you. Further discussion further debate, if not the question before the house is the passage of senate bill 374 on its third reading. Those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. Representative Stevens, does the lady wish to record on this vote? Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 83 having voted in the affirmative and 23 in the negative, the Senate Bill 374 passes its third reading and will be returned to the senate by a special messenger. Senate Bill 82, the clerk will read. Senate Bill 82, appeal to the internal act to ensure the integrity of birth records presented for registration, General Assembly North Carolina enacts. What purpose does the gentleman from Davidson, Representative Watford rise? To debate the bill. Gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. Thank you Mr. speaker. This is another bill for the registrar of deeds, they found unofficial birth record are being filed and are being used to change people's identity, and once the birth certificate is registered by the government agencies allowing it to be an official document. Senate bill 82 prevents any fraud in it or misleading records by allowing registered deeds to mark unofficial birth certificate in bold letters. This document is not an official birth record. Appreciative sport. Further discussion further debate, if not the question for the house is the passage of Senate Bill 82 on its second reading. Those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. Representative Pendleton, does the gentleman wish to record? The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 106 having voted in the affirmative and none on the negative. Senate Bill 82 passed its second reading and will without objection be read a third time. General assembly of North Carolina enact. Further discussion further debate, if not the question for the House is the passage of Senate Bill 82 on its third reading, those in favor will say aye, Aye! Those oppose will say no, the ayes have it. Senate Bill 82 passes it's third reading. The bill was ordered on row and send to the governor. Notices and announcements, for what purpose does the lady from Orange, Representative Insko rise? Thank you Mr. Speaker I would like to be recorded as no on House 186. On House Bill 186 the lady would be recorded voted no on House Bill 186. Notices and announcements, for what purposes does the gentleman from Rutherford, Representative Hager rise? Thank you Mr. Speaker for announcement. Gentleman has the floor for

announcement. Thank you Mr. Speaker [xx] in room 544 at 9:30 tomorrow. Further notices and announcement, clerk has some announcements, clerk is recognized House committee on appropriations will meet Wednesday on 29th, at 1 PM in room 643. For what purpose does the gentleman from Gilford, Representative Johnson rise? want to be recorded as voting no on 374. Which bill would the gentleman please restate the bill number? 374. The gentleman will be recorded as having voted no on Senate Bill 374. Further notices and announcements. If not the gentleman from Harnett, Representative Louis is recognized for a motion. Mr. Speaker, subject two, messages from the senate, committee reports, conference reports, the re-referrals of bills and resolutions and the appointment of conferees. I move that the house adjourn to reconvene Wednesday, July 29th at 11 o'clock AM. Representative Louis moves, seconded by Representative Stam that the house do now adjourn, to reconvene Wednesday July 29th at 11 A M subject to receipt of messages from the Senate, committee reports, conference reports, re-referral of bills and resolutions and appointment of conferees. Those in favor will say aye. Aye. Those opposed no, the ayes have it, we stand adjourned. Representatives Iler, Shepard and Torbett is recognized to send forth committee report. The clerk will read. Representatives Iler, Shepard, and Torbett, try to place the committee report. Senate bill 581 study street maintenance, [xx] will house community services, we're going to say on the original bill. The original bill is placed on he [xx] counter, the committee substitute is that will calendar for tomorrow.