The Senate will come to order. Sergeant At Arms will close the doors. Members will go to their seats. Members and guests of the gallery will please silence all electronic devices. Leading the Senate in prayer is the Reverand Peter Milner, Senate Chaplain. All members and guests of the gallery will please stand. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Please pray with me. For we come before you and we are so grateful that we can do that in this place. We all have differences and we all have different ailments Lord and you know them because you are a god of comfort. In the Lord we pray that these servants here in these positions of public trust, that they would serve justice and that they would promote dignity and freedom throughout the state for every person. We pray that to you Lord. We ask you to shine your light of wisdom upon these deliberations and come hastily to help us. Come quick to help us Lord because we need you. In Jesus' name we pray, who was and is and shall be the light. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator Berger is recognized for a motion. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Thank you Mister President. The journal of Monday June 24, 2013 has been examined and has been found to be correct. I move that we dispense with the reading of the journal and that it stand approved as written. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Without objection, the journal for June 24 stand approved as written. Senators, we do have a nurse of the day with us today. Our nurse is Shaunda M. Stacey of Zebulon, North Carolina. Nurse Stacy, thank you for your service to the Senate. Ratification of bills. Clerk will read. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Enrolled bills. Enrolling clerk reports the following bills duly ratified for presentation to the Governor. Senate Bill 264 An Act To Strengthen The Nuisance Laws To Close Down Businesses That Repeatedly Sell Controlled Substances. Senate Bill 377 An Act To Allow The Governor To Temporarily Suspend Routine Weight Inspections Of Trucks Upon The Existence Of An Imminent Threat Of Severe Economic Loss Of Livestock Or Poultry Or Widespread Or Severe Damage To Crops Ready To Be Harvested. Senate Bill 568 An Act To Allow The Issuance Of A Restricted License To An Individual That Meets Certain Requirements For The Use Of Bioptic Telescopic Lenses. House Bill 243 An Act Authorizing An Owner Of A Self-Storage Facility Who Has A Lien Upon Personal Property To Deliver Notice Of The Public Sale Of The Property To The Occupant By Certified Mail Or By Verified Electronic Mail, To Publish Notice In Any Commercially Reasonable Manner, To Conduct The Sale Through An Online, Publicly Accessible Auction Web Site And To Increase The Minimum Late Fees For Self-Storage Facility Rental Contracts. House Bill 656 An Act To Revise The Laws Governing The Seizure, Forfeiture And Sale Of Motor Vehicles Used By Defendants In Felony Cases Involving Speeding To Elude Arrest. House Bill 784 An Act To Provide That The Remedies And Penalties For Worthless Checks Also Apply When A Check That Has Been Paid In Full Is Presented Again For Payment And To Provide That Checks Refused To Be Honored By A Bank May Be Submitted As Evidence If They Are Stamped Or Marked With One Of A Number Of Different Listed Terms. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Reports of standing committees. Senator Goolsby, for what purpose do you rise? [CHANGE SPEAKER] Mister President, I have reports from ?? to hand out. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator, you can send forward your committee reports and the clerk will read. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator Goolsby for ?? committee submits the passage House Bill 168 committee substitute number one Division Of Attorney Fees And Workers Comp, favorable. House Bill 982 committee substitute number one Modify Medicaid Subrogation Statute, unfavorable as to committee substitute bill number one but favorable as to Senate committee substitute bill. [CHANGE SPEAKER] House Bill 168 and 982 calendar. Senator Hunt, for what purpose do you rise? [CHANGE SPEAKER] To submit a committee report. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator, you can send forward your
[Speaker Change] The committee report. The clerk will read. [Speaker Change] Senator Hunt for appropriation based budget committee submitted for passage. House Bill three thirty six. UNC School of Arts students fees unfavorable as to Bill but favorable as to Senate Committee Substitute Bill titled an act authorizing directive the budget continue expenditures for operation of government a percentage of the level and effect on June Thirty, Twenty Thirteen. [Speaker Change] House Bill three thirty six, calendar. Senator Acpdapa for what purpose you rise? [Speaker Change] To [??] the motion please. [Speaker Change] Senator Acadapa has the floor for the motion. [Speaker Change] Mr. President, the clerk just read, and I believe House Bill three thirty six. [Speaker Change] That is correct. [Speaker Change] Continuing resolution. Ask it to be put at the beginning of today’s calendar? [Speaker Change] That objection so ordered. [Speaker Change] Mr. President, send forth the committee report. [Speaker Change] Senator Apodaca, you can send forward your committee report. The clerk will read. [Speaker Change] Senator Apodaca, for rules not [??] of the Senate Committee submits for passage. House Bill eight ninety five. UNC MHHGC honor Rep, Aaron Nesbitt, favorable. House joint resolution one o o six. Utilities commission confirmation, favorable. [Speaker Change] Mr. President. [Speaker Change] Senator Apodaca for what purpose do you rise? [Speaker Change] If we could, could we calendar the House resolution as our, if we could Mr. President, let’s make it our first item of business and we’ll do the continuing [Speaker Change] House joint resolution one zero zero six? [Speaker Change] Yes sir, if we could. [Speaker Change] That objection so ordered. [Speaker Change] And the other one, just calendar. [Speaker Change] Senator Apodaca for what purpose do you rise? [Speaker Change] Send forth another committee report. [Speaker Change] You can send forward your report Senator. The clerk will read. [Speaker Change] Senator Apodaca, for the pension and retirement aging committee submits passage. House Bill one sixty one. Committee Substitute number one. Mandatory retirement age for magistrates, favorable. House Bill one seventy six. Charter school election, favorable. House Bill five fifty one. Committee Substitute number one. Amend Wilmington firefighter’s relief fund, favorable. House Bill three forty seven. Unfavorable to Bill but favorable to Senate Committee Substitute Bill titled, an act to amend the Greensboro firefighters supplemental retire system and to amend the charter of the city Greensboro to attain certain references from building inspectors to compliance officers. House Bill three ninety one. Unfavorable as to Bill but favorable as to Senate Committee Substitute Bill titled, an act to amend the definition of retirement to clarify the services of the member of the Board of Trustees of a community college as a member of the Board of Trustees of a constituent institution of the Universities North Carolina or as a voucher Guardian ad Litem, in the Guardian ad Litem program does not consider service for the purpose of definition. House Bill four o two. House Bill four o two. Tricare supplement for flex accounts titled, an act to require a Tricare supplement to be offered if a plan flexible compensation plan is offered by the State. House Bill eight thirty four. Modern State Human Resources management RTR unfavorable as to Senate Committee Substitute Bill number two but favorable as to Senate Committee Substitute Bill. [Speaker Change] House Bills one sixty one. Senator Rucho
[Speaker changes.] ...???? Submit a finance committee report. [Speaker changes.] Let me read these in first, Senator, and then we'll do that. House Bill 161, 176, 551, 347, 391 and 402 and 834...calendar. Senator Rucho, you can forward your report and the Clerk will read please. [Speaker changes.] Senator Rabon of Brunswick submits for passage for the Finance Committee House Bill 110, Committee Substitute Number One, public contact project labor, favorable; House Bill 340, Senate Committee Substitute Number One, Limited Lines Travel Insurance, favorable; House Bill 371, Chiropractic Assistants Certification Fee, favorable; House Bill 404, Camden Local Stormwater fees, favorable; House Bill 409, Committee Substitute Number One, Shelby de-annexation, favorable; Senate Bill 488, Committee Substitute Number One, amend nursing home administrative fees, favorable; Senate Bill 640, No Income Tax Withholding on H2A workers, favorable; House Bill 754, Committee Substitute Number One, Lease Purchase of Real Property Commission Collect, favorable as amended. [Speaker changes.] House Bills 110, 340, 371, 404, 409, 754...calendar. Senate Bills 488 and 640, calendar. Senator Tucker for what purpose do you rise? [Speaker changes.] Mister President, send forth the committee report for state and local government. [Speaker changes.] Senator Tucker, you can send forward your report. Clerk will read. [Speaker changes.] Senator Tucker, with state and local government, submits for passage House Bill 192, Committee Substitute Number One, allow road usage in central business district, favorable; House Bill 241, Blue Monday ???? fry, favorable; House Bill 490, Committee Substitute Number One, Leed??? County elections, favorable; House Bill 544, Wilmington Charter Civil Service Commission, favorable. [Speaker changes.] House Bills 192, 241, 490, 544...calendar. Senators, we're gonna move right into our calendar. Senator Apodaca, for what purpose do you rise? [Speaker changes.] Mister President, motions please. [Speaker changes.] Senator Apodaca has the floor to make his motions. [Speaker changes.] Thank you, Mister President, Members...House Bill 92, general statutes technical corrections on today's calendar. I ask that it be removed from today's calendar and re-referred to Committee on Rules. [Speaker changes.] Without objection, so ordered. [Speaker changes.] House Bill 467, House Bill 492 and House Bill 510, removed from today's calendar and placed on Thursday's calendar please. That would be what?? The 27th? [Speaker changes.] Without objection, so ordered. [Speaker changes.] Mister President? [Speaker changes.] Senator Apodaca. [Speaker changes.] One second...one second. Mister President, I need to add some bills to the calendar please. House Bill 409, which was read in from the Finance Committee, Shelby de-annexation. House Bill 567, 7 Lumberton de-annexation and House Bill 421, Marshville de-annexation I need those three please...added to today's calendar. [Speaker changes.] Without objection...we're gonna go ahead and move right into the calendar, starting with House Joint Resolution 1006. The Clerk'll read. [Speaker changes.] House Joint Resolution 1006, Utilities Commission Confirmation. [Speaker changes.] Senator Apodaca is recognized. [Speaker changes.] Thank you, Mister President. Just a moment here, we're having a little technical issue...Senator Berger...
Could Senator Allran come help Senator Berger with his iPad? Oh, we’ve got it. Thank you Mr. President. [PAUSE] Thank you Mr. President. House Joint Resolution 1006, appoints two individuals to the public utilities and energy, well the utilities commission. It is current House member who are trying to get past is Jerry Dockam and Mr. James Patterson I believe from the Guilford County area have been nominated by the Governor for this position. We met the individuals in the Rules Committee earlier and reviewed their resumes and both of them, well Mr. Patterson seems overly qualified and will remain to be seen on Mr. Dockam. He’s a good man, he’s been a great member of the House. So I recommend both of these individuals to you and ask for your positive vote. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Is there any further discussion or debate? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the adoption of House Joint Resolution 1006 on its second reading. All in favor will vote aye. Opposed will vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting and the clerk will record the vote. [PAUSE] Bryant, aye. 49 having voted in the affirmative and zero in the negative, House Joint Resolution 1006 passes its second reading. Without objection it will be read a third time. [SPEAKER CHANGES] North Carolina General Assembly enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Is there any further discussion or debate? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the adoption of House Joint Resolution 1006 on its third reading. All in favor will say aye. Opposed no. The ayes have it. House Joint Resolution 1006 is adopted and it will be enrolled. At this time the Chair would like to extend courtesies of the gallery to Jerry Dockam and James Patterson who are in the gallery. Please stand and be recognized. Thank you for being here today and congratulations. [APPLAUSE] House Bill 336, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House Bill 336, continuing budgeting authority. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brunstetter is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. President and members. This is the continuing resolution. It allows our government to keep operating through July 31. Until we’re able to get a budget passed and finalized. It authorizes spending at a 95% level. It’s a fairly standard continuing resolution. The one exception to that would be that there is a further Medicaid fix in the bill, that increases the cap on the fix that we passed in House Bill 980 from 450 million to 496. I’m happy to answer any questions. I’d ask for your support. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Is there any discussion or debate? Senator Nesbitt, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. President. Would the gentleman yield to a question? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brunstetter, do you yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes sir. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The schools have to go ahead and set their budgets and I think they’ve got to give a starting amount of notice, maybe 90 days, for the people who will be terminated and so forth, and I know our budget, I don’t know about he other budgets, propose terminating 4800 teachers and teaching positions and 4500 teachers’ aides positions. What’s this going to do to all that? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Well, first of all I don’t think either budget eliminates 4100 teaching positions. I think you’re probably referring to the flex cut elimination, how that’s being handled. The answer is that we’re, that no notices are being given. If there are unfilled positions, I believe under this bill those positions remain unfilled. But this just allows us to keep operating. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator, for what purpose do you rise, Senator Tillman? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Speak on the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Tillman has the floor to speak to the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senators, all we need to do is look back to year after year after year, when you were in charge of the budget, we did CR after CR after CR. And you know they all operated on the past year’s budget. They’re going to get 95% of continuing budget, and continuing resolutions are not new. We didn’t do one, we didn’t have to do one the last time. And we may still be able to get out of here without this, but it’s not ideal for any
That starts their budget July 1 not to have an official, fully funded budget. But we don't have. But for anyone to be questioning why we can't start and for anyone to keep using that erroneous statement of four thousand five hundred teachers and four thousand teacher assistants is totally wrong. You're taking a flex cut that those positions have long been gone, flex cuts started by you all, not. And we are removing the flex cuts and just showing where the cuts have already taken place. Those people are not working. They have not been working. We are not eliminating any classroom teachers. And I know it sounds good to put that out and make some people believe it but I will give you a ten day report when we come back and let you see the numbers of how many teachers we have and how many classrooms we have. And that's the only way I know to do it, is to show you the actual membership figures. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator Stein, for what purpose do you rise? [CHANGE SPEAKER] To see if Senator Tillman will yield for a question. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator Tillman, do you yield? [CHANGE SPEAKER] Yes, I will. [CHANGE SPEAKER] I understand there is a debate on the teacher positions. The teachers were let go over the last year or two years and now you're making it clear, those positions are eliminated. Whether they are filled or not, those positions won't be there because we are taking it out. But I thought that your budget did eliminate four thousand eight hundred teacher assistants in second and third grade. So, am I mistaken about that? [CHANGE SPEAKER] First of all, this budget is being debated right now and I don't know how many will be left out. In our budget, we did not fund the second and third grade teacher assistants and there are a few thousand of those positions that are not funded in the Senate version of the budget. But you have said, and Senator Nesbitt just got through saying, and you said more than once on this very floor that we eliminated over four thousand teachers. Teachers will not be eliminated in this budget. State dollars for teachers will be virtually the same as they've been. [CHANGE SPEAKER] I appreciate your clarification that those teacher assistant positions which are currently filled will be eliminated. Thank you Senator Tillman. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator Nesbitt, for what purpose do you rise? [CHANGE SPEAKER] Thank you, Mister President. To speak on the bill. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator Nesbitt, you have the floor. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Thank you Mister President and members of the Senate. It probably isn't going to do any good to talk about this much longer. But the record is what it is and history is what it is. And when we were doing negative reserves down here, there were provisions in there saying but don't fire teachers. Remember those? It won't be teachers. They can get them somewhere else. Well, they didn't have anyplace else to get them. Now what they did was not use state money to fund them but they used stimulus money that they had left over. They used some local money. They used reserve accounts and everything else to try to keep these people hired. Now when they find out that this money is permanently gone, they are going to have to eliminate some people. It's going to come down to that, in my opinion. Whatever it is, in your budget we just eliminated four thousand one hundred teaching positions. And that's all I'm trying to point out. The question wasn't questioning a continuing resolution. I was just asking what I can tell the folks back home when they ask me. Because that's what happens every year. You all know it too. They'll start calling us tomorrow saying if this goes into effect, what can I count on? And that's not your fault. You're having to do what you got to do. I just needed an answer for them and I think I got a good answer. The answer is that don't fill any unfilled positions and don't give any pink slips. I think that's the answer. That's a good one. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Mister President. Senator Nesbitt, if you can put that to me as a question I can clarify for you. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Yes sir [CHANGE SPEAKER] Mister President [CHANGE SPEAKER] Senator Nesbitt, the way it works is that if the item is agreed to in both budgets, if there is a position elimination somewhere in the budget then notice is authorized to be given. The two items that you've mentioned continue to be in dispute in the two budgets. So, there really won't be any action on them based upon the continuing resolution. [CHANGE SPEAKER] Thank you sir [CHANGE SPEAKER] And I do want to point out, now is as good a time as any. I've offered you an amendment before and I'll just say it now. July 1, seventy thousand people that are unemployed and have been for probably up to a year are going to lose their unemployment. And they're not being take care of with a continuing resolution. They're going to fall off a cliff.
I offered an Amendment that showed how we can take care of those people to give certainty to the business community that they wont go into penalty in 2016. We are the only state in the nation that is not taking those extended benefits we're the only state in the nation that said no and I can't remember how much money it is now but it's tens of millions of and I believe in the neighborhood of 75 or 80 million dollars we're just saying no to and the highest unemployment and the longest unemployment is occurring in rural North Carolina where there are no jobs for these people and they desperately need this money in the economy I guarantee you give unemployment benefits to some whose been unemployed that long it'll get spent and they'll buy something from a local merchant and it'll help the economy in these areas hardest hit I happen to have an area up there I don't know we beat them up pretty bad over the last year but they just keep right on humming and were doing fine on jobs up there in my district it's not about me but in a lot of your districts people are hurting and they need some help we can help them and we can do it with money we've sent to Washington that we aren't going to get back and we;re just choosing not to and I hope you all will reconsider that I think we probably got to do something before July the 1st or we pass a point of not return there but I would say that to you and we understand the reason for the continuing resolution to keep what we can running. So I'll be voting for it because it's necessary at this point in time but these reservations [SPEAKER CHANGES] during further discussion of the debate Senator McKissick what ?? your Aye's [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brunstetter [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brunstetter do you yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] yes sir [SPEAKER CHANGES] in reviewing the continuing resolution what we have here is language that specifically targets an increase in community college tuition now I can understand why we want to continue things at 95% level but why are we targeting our community colleges at this time to go ahead and pass on an increase in tuition when we dont know the other ramifications of the budget [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator McKissick the way we approach the resolution is that items that were not in dispute between the two bills would go ahead and get enacted. This item was not in dispute between the house and senate version of the budget [SPEAKER CHANGES] follow up [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator do you yield for a follow up [SPEAKER CHANGES] how much percentage wise will these increases amount to just in terms of what additional burdens our students will be forced to bear cause I mean its good to be able to go back and share with them. I know been getting letters and inquiries from community college presidents within my district and there are two of them so I'm trying to see what it is percentage wise that's actually in the final numbers that we're looking at [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator, Mr President, Senator my recollection is this is 250 per credit hour, $2.50 per credit hour its a fairly small increase [SPEAKER CHANGES] thank you [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr President [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Rucho what purpose your rise [SPEAKER CHANGES] to speak on the Amendment [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Rucho you have the floor to speak to the bill [SPEAKER CHANGES] Amend the bill excuse me you know Senator there's been talks about this July 1st event but let's bring a little bit more knowledge into the situation. We made a tough decision to preserve the solvency of the UI fund since it was 2.5 billion dollars in debt basically bankrupt with no future because there are some limitations now as to the amount of money you can actually get from the Federal Government as far as continuing those benefits but we made that decision and in advance and we let everybody know where we were going as of July 1st but Senator Nesbitt I want you to pay close attention because the reality is there are eight other states since the sequestration bill passed that have been required to cut five percent off of their UI benefits. Rather than cutting five percent what they basically did is they went in there and they just sliced off the last group of folks that were at then end of their eligibility. So in reality what happened was they made a lot of the same cuts we did except we did it in advance and gave people plenty of notice also we were
are you concerned about the fact that fund is now on its way to solvency. so at some point when it needs to bring to let me the next needs of the unemployed workers. then all of a sudden we'll have that one in place. secondly, as as as what was happening, North Carolina. we've been required by the Department of Labour to cut seventy six million more dollars because of the fact that we planned ahead and make the tough decisions to put solvency of the system. we ended up by not having that additional problem so that we give the people of the state 's got been taking care of it on plenty of notice and an opportunity to put solvency back in the system. make sure that easier for future unemployed workers, and that's what we hear to do is [SPEAKER CHANGES] the design program draws its original.your true question original deal. [SPEAKER CHANGES] yes, when I thought having a rate of eight. eight percent, fifth highest in the nation and some of them are struggling to ensure they provide a chair placed Beelzebub,or procure the present monolithic this bill. I see nothing in here dealing with unemployment fund anything else. I think we need to stay on top all the way around and move for us sinners. we will keep your conversations in your focus on the bill at hand and not unemployment is not part of that capability in place to predecessor bank hearing on question for the Senate is the passage of Senate committee substitute House Bill three thirty six on a second reading on favourable dive" no five seconds bailout for the voting record about thirty seven, having been in the affirmative and twelve in the negatives in a committee substitute House Bill three thirty six passes. secondly what we revert on a Mac is ready for the discussion of a bank, your non- question presented is a bass as a result of the house bill three thirty six. on his third reading on paper will say I both know the eyes have it, so you may substitute House Bill three thirty six passes third reading it will be sent to the house for concurrence of the Senate missed Friday substitute set up. special messenger will my special message to the house messages from the house. it certainly met his shredder have helped our revolution, eight one nine a joint resolution honouring your life in memory of Bobby Harrell, Barbie Senior from a member of Jones, Jim throughout October. visualize the present. I asked that people be brought before us. for immediate consideration, objection, solar House joint resolution eight nineteen, who agreed us. resolution eight nineteen on that honor Bobby Harrell, Bobby Singer Susan Senator pages recognize that you [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. present thank you members for wellness to bring this resolution not just passed the House just a few minutes ago and came over all, as did the family of love over representative Bobby Barbie and they are up in the gallery and at the rockets understood present. if you would recognize them, but I have a few words to say. first I guess I'm the only member in here who served with Bobby. Bobby when he was a member of the house and I was over there with him for three of those terms. he served nine terms in the House from nineteen eighty seven through two thousand and four. now it so happens that a couple of Sundays ago, my wife and I were driving through Stanly County on our way back home from having visited visited some friends and we got eleven o'clock hour. we were looking for a church where we could go in and worship, and we stopped in Locust, North Carolina. I recognize the name of the town as me and Barbies Bobby's former home. it has a much better home now. by the way, but we stopped into worship at the Presbyterian Church in Locust, North Carolina
[Speaker Changes] And we enjoyed the worship service and after the service was over we met the pastor and I asked him if he happened to know of Bobby Barbie, and it just about tore the house down because he was a very involved member of that church, he and his family, and I appreciate him so much, all the stories I’ve heard about Bobby, I’ve heard quite a few when he and I were together in the House. But the people of Locust really thought a lot of Bobby and his family and they were quite involved citizens, they still are in that town, and so I think its only fitting that the Senate join in with the house to pass this resolution of respect, memory, and sympathy for the family of Bobby Barbie, and I commend a resolution to him. [Speaker Changes] Any further discussion? At this time I’d ask the Sergeant in arms to lock the doors. If we could ask the pages to go to their seats please, and all members remain in their seats as well. If there is no further discussion, the question before the Senate is the adoption of House joint resolution 819 on a second reading. All in favor vote aye, opposed vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting. Clerk will record the vote. 49 having voted in the affirmative, and zero in the negative. House joint resolution 819 passes its second reading. At this time, for the third reading, we will ask all members to stand and say aye. If there is no further discussion or debate the question for senate is the passage of house joint resolution 819 on its third reading, all in favor will say aye. [Speaker Changes] Aye. [Speaker Changes] Opposed, no? The ayes have it. House joint resolution 819 is adopted and it will be enrolled. At this time we’d like to extend courtesies of the gallery to the members of the family from Representative Burr of Stanly county. The family is wife, Mrs. Jackie Barbie. Son, Bobby Harold Barbie Jr. Daughter Michelle Suits and husband Monty. Daughter Tammy Burleson and husband Trent. Daughter Julie Svenson. Grandson Jeremy Burleson. And legislative assistant, Rosa Murray. If you’ll please stand, thank you so much for being with us, and we appreciate the service to the Senate. [Clapping] Pages at this time, you can return to your positions. Sergeant in arms can open the doors as necessary. Moving on to local bills, second reading roll call bill House Bill 409. Clerk will read. [Speaker Changes] House Bill 409, Shelby de-anexation. [Speaker Changes] Is there any discussion or debate? Senator Harrington, for what purpose do you rise? [Speaker Changes] Send forth an excuse under Rule 29. [Speaker Changes] You can send forward your excuse, Senator. Any discussion or debate? Hearing none. Question for the Senate is the passage of committee substitute house bill 409 on its second reading. All in favor will vote aye, opposed will vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting. Clerk will record the vote. 46 having voted in the affirmative and zero in the negative. Committee substitute house bill 409 passes its second reading, and it will remain on the calendar.
We have two third reading local bills, House Bill 567. Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House Bill 567. Lumberton Deannexation. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Is there any discussion or debate? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the passage of the Committee Substitute to House Bill 567 on its third reading. All in favor will vote aye, oppose the vote, no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting, clerk will record the vote. 47having voted in the affirmative and 0 in the negative. Committee Substitute to House Bill 567 passes its third reading. It will be sent to the House for concurrence in the Senate Committee Substitute. House Bill 421,clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House Bill 421 Marchville Deannexation. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Is there any discussion or debate? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the passage of the Committee Substitute to House Bill 421 on its third reading. All in favor will vote aye, oppose the vote, no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting, and clerk will record the vote. 47 having voted in the affirmative and 0 in the negative. Committee Substitute to House Bill 421 passes its third reading. It will be sent to the House for concurrence in the Senate Committee Substitute. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Apodaca, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President, the last two bills we voted on third reading, I believe one was House Bill 421 and the other one was House Bill 567, if they need to be to the House by special messenger. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Without objection, so ordered. We have one bill for concurrence. Senate Bill 168,the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 168 clarify education reporting requirements. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Tucker is recognized. Senator Tucker? Senate Bill 168, concurrence bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President, thank you, I’m sorry. Yes we ran, they ran an amendment on this bill but I would ask members to concur. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Tucker recommends concurrence. Is there any further discussion or debate? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the motion to concur in the House Committee Substitute to Senate Bill 168. All in favor will vote aye, oppose the vote, no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting, and the clerk will record the vote. Berger, aye. 47 having voted in the affirmative and 0 in the negative. The Senate concurs on the House Committee Substitute to Senate Bill 168. It will be enrolled and sent to the Governor. That concludes our calendar for the day, do we have any notices or announcements? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brown, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] An announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brown has the floor for an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Republicans will caucus immediately after session. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Pate, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President, to announce conferees. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator you have the floor. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. President. Senator Berger appoints the following conferees on House Bill 543, guardianship roles of mental health, developmental disability and substance abuse providers. Senator Randleman, Chair. Senator Barringer, Senator Robinson. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hise, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Hise has the floor for an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Healthcare Committee will meet tomorrow morning at 11:00 a.m. in 544 to hear House Bill 392. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brock, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Make an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brock has the floor for announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Wine and Vineyard Caucus will have a wine tasting night at 5:00 at the Hawkins Heartness House which is the office of the Lieutenant Governor. Thank you. So reminder to members, wine tasting 5:00 at the President’s House. [SPEAKER CHANGES] We have had our fun at the President’s House. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Apodaca, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President inquire if I might? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Apodaca? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Have you had growlers with wine? I didn’t know that. No. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Only in certain parts of the state. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President, announcement please? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Apodaca has the floor for announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Pensions committee s going to meet again tomorrow morning at 10:00, same location. We’ve got two or three agency bills to take care. Mr. President, if I might, an announcement out of order? Members, I want us to
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