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House | June 3, 2014 | Chamber | Session

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The House will come to order. Members, please take your seats. Visitors, please retire from the Chamber. The Sergeant-at-Arms will close the doors. Members and visitors, please silence all cellular phones and electronic devices. The prayer will be offered by Representative Debra Conrad. Members and visitors, please stand and please remain standing for the Pledge of Allegiance. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Please join me in a prayer sent to me by Pastor Lane Sapp from Cavalry Moravian Church in Winston-Salem. Dear God, as those who bear the mantle of leadership for the people of the great State of North Carolina, we come before you, oh Lord, with humble hearts. In the great work before us today in our debate and deliberation, guide us toward goodness and truth. That we put the interest of the people we serve above party politics. As we struggle with important decisions, keep before our mind's eye the faces and needs of the men and women who first sent us here to serve. As we discern the truth of conscious, give us the spirit of honesty and integrity that through our work those we serve may find richer, more abundant life. In our service may we always apply the golden rule of the gospel. Doing no less for our constituents than we would do for ourselves. In the words of the great hymn writers, grant us wisdom, grant us courage, for the living of these days. In Jesus' name, amen. I pledge allegiance 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. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, the Journal for Thursday, May the 30th, 2013. has been examined and found to be correct. I move its approval as written. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore moves that the Journal for May 30th be approved as written. All in favor say aye. All opposed say no. The ayes have it. The Journal is approved as written. Petitions, memorials or papers addressed to the General Assembly of the House. The Clerk will read. The House will come to order. [SPEAKER CHANGES] State of North Carolina, Pat McCrory, the appointment of David Grier Martin, III, 2013-2014 by the Governor of the State of North Carolina, a proclamation whereas the Honorable Debra Ross, selected Representatives from the 34th House District, 2013-2014 General Assembly has resigned, and whereas the provisions of general statute 163-11 require that the vacancy created by the resignation of The Honorable Debra Ross be filled by the appointment of a person recommended by the Executive Committee of the Wake County Democratic Party. And whereas the Executive Committee of the Wake County Democratic Party has notified me of its recommendation of David Grier Martin, III, of Wake County, North Carolina, to fill the unexpired term. I do, by these presents appoint David Grier Martin, III, as member of the North Carolina House of Representatives 2013-2014 General Assembly. In witness whereof I here unto signed my name and affix the Great Seal of the State of North Carolina at the Capitol in the City of Raleigh, this first day of June in the year of Our Lord 2013. And independence of the United States of America, 2037, Pat McCrory, Governor, attests Elaine Marshall, Secretary of State. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Stam, Samuelson, Larry Hall, please retire to the rear of the Chamber and escort Representative Martin to the well of the House. [Applause]

At this time I will administer the oath. Do you Greer Martin, solemnly and sincerely swear that you will support the Constitution of the United States, that you will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the state of North Carolina, and to the Constitutional powers and authorities which are, or may be established, for the government thereof, and that you will endeavor to support, maintain and defend the Constitution of said state, not inconsistent with the Constitution of the United States, to the best of your knowledge and ability, so help you God? Do you swear or affirm that you will well and truly execute the duties of the office of a member of the North Carolina House of Representatives according to the best of your skill and ability, according to law, so help you God? [SPEAKER CHANGE] I do. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Welcome back, Representative Martin. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Ladies and gentlemen of the House, the Chair would remind the members to refer rules, rules book as in particular to Rule 12J. Ladies and gentlemen of the Senate will be so notified of the seating of Representative Martin. Ratifications of bills and resolutions the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Enrolling clerk ?? bills and ratifying presentation. Governing House Bill 146 in that requires the State Board of Education ensure instruction in cursive writing and memorization of multiplication tables as far as the basic education program. House Bill 449, an act providing that a vendor is qualified for purposes of any state furniture requirements contract if the vendor’s products are included on a United States general services administration furniture schedule, and following the resolution and ratified and presented to the office of the Secretary of State. House joint resolution 1007. A joint resolution providing for the confirmation of Christopher J. Ayers as Executive Director of the public staff of the North Carolina Utilities Commission. [SPEAKER CHANGE] Chapter bills be noted. Ladies and gentlemen of the House, the chair is happy to extend a courtesies of the floor and a welcome and a thank you to Susan Milner, the nurse of the day, BSN and RN, from Greensborough, North Carolina. Susan welcome and thank you for your service. Pages if we may have you please come to the front of the chamber, and the pages at the dais step down momentarily. The House will come to order.

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Howard, Lewis and Setzer are recognized to send forth a committee report. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representatives Howard, Lewis and Setzer for the finance committee, Senate Bill 129 Limit State Facilities Finance Act Debt. Favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. Representative Blust is recognized to send forth a committee report. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Blust for the judiciary subcommittee A, Senate Bill 239 Amend North Carolina Business Corporation Act. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the Senate committee substitute. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Senate committee substitute, unfavorable calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 528 Clarify Petit Juror Oath. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the Senate committee substitute. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Senate committee substitute, unfavorable calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 279 Estates/Trusts/Guardianship Amendments. Favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 393 Constructive Fraud/Limitations Period. Favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. Representatives Jordan and McGrady are recognized to send forth a committee report. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representatives Jordan and McGrady for judiciary subcommittee B. Senate Bill 252 Increase Penalty/Controlled Substance Crimes. Favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 452 Jurisdictional Amounts/Arbitration/Small Claims Court. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the original bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Original bill, unfavorable calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 545 Master Meters/Landlord-Tenant Agreement. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the original bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Original bill, unfavorable calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 200 Extend Time For Forensic Accreditation. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the Senate committee substitute. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Senate committee substitute, unfavorable calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 306 Capital Punishment/Amendments. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the Senate committee substitute. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Senate committee substitute, unfavorable calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 530 Prohibit E-Cigarette Sales to Minors. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the Senate committee substitute number 2. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Senate committee substitute number 2, unfavorable calendar. Representative Sarah Stevens is recognized to send forth a committee report. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Sarah Stevens for the judiciary subcommittee C. Senate Bill 210 Authorize Chief Magistrates. Favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 634 Increase Penalties/Utilities Theft. Favorable. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 520 WC/Record Full IC Hearings. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the Senate committee substitute. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Senate committee substitute, unfavorable calendar. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 539 Jury List/Date of Birth Information. Favorable is to the House Committee substitute, unfavorable is to the Senate committee substitute. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House committee substitute, Calendar. Senate committee substitute, unfavorable calendar. Ladies and Gentlemen of the house, the bills that we’ve just read in will be on tomorrow’s calendar. The chair anticipates that we’ll be managing the time in session on Tuesday and Wednesday. As the session is approaching an end timeframe at some point, I wanna give you, for planning purposes, some things to think about. The sessions again will most likely be limited to about 2 hours each for next two days. We’ll work on the session on Thursday. There is a possibility right now slight but a possibility that we’ll also have session on Friday morning. There will clearly be votes on Monday night. The budget will be before us on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. The chair will anticipate those to be very long sessions. If history is any guide, probably somewhere around the order of 5-6 hours. So, I would expect both Wednesday and Thursday potentially being lengthy sessions. The budget will be published over the weekend. That will be substantial, I believe the budget that will come out of the.

of the committee on Tuesday and consistent with the rules we set forth in 2011 there will be a 48 hour period after the conference with the Senate before we take the vote and the conference report. So members will have at least two days, 48 hours to review the conference report before that vote is taken up hopefully in the not too distant future. Sessions tomorrow will be at 2 p.m. and on Wednesday will be at 2 p.m. The time for Thursday and the potential session on Friday will be announced as soon as we've got a better read on whether or not there is a necessity for Friday's session. Calendar, House bill 10, the clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To the President and the Senate, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the ?? is appointed to resolve the differences between the Senate and House of Representatives on House bill 10. A Bill to be entitled and act to remove the restriction on the Turnpike Authority's selection of a corridor location for the Southeast Extension Project of North Carolina 540; To set forth a new prioritization process for selection of future turnpike authority projects; and to remove authorization form three projects of the turnpike authority. The ?? is recommending the Senate and the House of Representatives adopt this report. ?? is for the Senate. Senator Rabin chair, Senators Barefoot, Rucho, Harry Brown. ?? for the House of Representatives Representative Doll, chair. Representative Stam, William Brawley, and Duane Hall. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Stam state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion and to debate the motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mister Speaker I move that we the House do adopt the conference report for House Bill 10 and just by way of explanation I'll try to keep it brief this evening that the Senate after a number of weeks did come back to the House's position. The language that you see in the House bill now is the language as we passed it in different sections of House bill 817. So it is consistent with what this general assembly has sent out of the chamber twice so we're glad to see it back in the conference report and I would just for the sake of our friends over in Garner I would just add a quick note that under no circumstances whatsoever did we ever intend to bill the ??. That will not happen. It won't happen mainly for financial reasons but if it takes additional action action in the general assembly sometime in the distant future we will be back here to that. But that route will not be billed. But this will allow us to move forward with an important project. We appreciate your support for the conference report. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion. Further debate. If not the question before the House is the motion to adopt the conference report for House bill 10. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. All members please record. The clerk ?? machine record the vote. 98 having voted in the affirmative, 12 in the negative, the conference report has been adopted it will ordered, enrolled and sent to the Governor and the Senate will be so notified. House bill 553. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Committee substitute for House bill 553. A bill to be entitled an act to modify Carteret county's authority to levy an additional one percent room occupancy and tourism development tax and to modify the distribution of the proceeds of the tax. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative McElraft please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady is recognized to debate the bill. The House will come to order. [SPEAKER CHANGES] We had a great vote on this bill as far as occupancy tax bills go and I would appreciate your support. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion. Further debate. Representative Larry Hall please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To ask the sponsor a question. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative McElraft, does the lady yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] I do. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady yields. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Yes Representative McElraft, Is this going to increase the tax on the folks who come to that county. [SPEAKER CHANGES] It will increase it up to the limit of 6 percent. Just like I pay in Durham to look out over a road. You will be able to look out over a beautiful beach when you come to Emerald Isle. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Follow up. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Does the lady yield? [SPEAKER CHANGES] I do. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady yields. [SPEAKER CHANGES] When you came to Durham were you adequately entertained? [SPEAKER CHANGES] I don't believe I was.

Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of the House Committee Substitute to House Bill 553 on its third reading. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. All members please record. The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 80 having voted in the affirmative, 29 in the negative, the House Committee Substitute to House Bill 553 has passed its third reading and will be sent to the Senate. Senate Bill 269. The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 269, a bill to be entitled ‘An Act Removing Certain Rowan County Owned Parcels in the Vicinity of the Rowan County Airport from the Corporate Limits of the City of Salisbury’, The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Ford, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. This bill passed last week with overwhelming bipartisan support. I’d appreciate your support again tonight. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of Senate Bill 269 on its third reading. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. All members please record. The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 94 having voted in the affirmative and 16 in the negative, Senate Bill 269 has passed its third reading and will be enrolled. Senate Bill 208. The clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] House Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 208, as bill to be entitled ‘An Act to Ensure Effective Statewide Operation of the 1915 Programs B, Programs C Medicaid Waiver’. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Dollar, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To offer an amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to send forth an amendment. The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Dollar moves to amend the bill on page 1, lines 32 through 24 by rewriting the lines to read… [SPEAKER CHANGES] This amendment is – [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to debate the amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker, members of the House. This amendment, it seems long, but it’s actually generally technical and clarifying for the bill. The first section there was a concession to the Department of Health and Human Services to provide them some additional time for that section. The other sections that you see are simply clarifying language to the underlying bill and I would appreciate your support. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate on the amendment? If not, the question before the House is the passage of the amendment sent forth by Representative Dollar for the House Committee Substitute of Senate Bill 208. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. All members please record. The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 109 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the amendment passes. Now we’re back on the bill. Representative Dollar, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forward another amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to send forth an amendment. The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Dollar moves to amend the bill on page 4, line 38, by rewriting the line to read… [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to debate the amendment. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Members of the House, this amendment makes two purely technical changes requested today by the Department, and it also on page two makes the effective date of section 4a – this is the single county issue that a number of the Mecklenburg delegation had expressed an interest in – this makes the effective date of that particular section January 1 of 2014, so it gives them in effect three additional months to be in compliance with the underlying law. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate on the amendment. If not, the question before the House is the passage of the amendment sent forth by Representative Dollar to the House Committee substitute for Senate Bill 208. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. All members please record.

Representative Langdon. The clerk will let the machine record the vote. 109 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the amendment passes. Representative Dollar, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized to debate the bill as amended. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker, members of the House. I'll try to keep it short. This is really the third in a series of bills that we have been working on in a bi-partisan effort over the last several years to reform North Carolina's mental health system. We started out with the House Bill 916, back in 2011, which was a bi-partisan effort to expand the 1915B which is mental health waiver for Medicaid, and C which is the developmentally disabled part of a Medicaid waiver, statewide. We've done a project, many of you are familiar with PBH down in south central part of the state, was a nationally recognized model for mental health reform. The General Assembly, ?? the department with the cooperation of the administration at the time decided to expand that statewide, we did a bill last year to try to clean up a number of issues that had been identified in the implementation. This bill, this Senate Bill 208 is actually an extension, or the third really in a series of bills to fully operationalize that 1915BC waiver and have it be a success for us. Not only in terms of trying to curb costs and save resources, but more importantly to better allocate our resources in the areas of mental health and intellectual and developmental disabilities so that more individuals can actually receive services. Unless you want me to attempt to go through the details of the bill, I can simply tell you that we've worked with the department on it, I've got a whole bunch of letters here from both the LMENCOs as well as the providers who are fully on board with this legislation. They're looking forward to it. It helps everyone concerned who is both from the provider's side as well as the LME side, LMENCO side, in terms of having more effective governments and ensuring the success of this waiver for long term. Be happy to answer any questions. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Insko, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] To debate the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The lady is recognized to debate the bill as amended. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members, this bill really makes explicit a lot of issues that were implicit in the bill before. There's always been a tension between the local LMEs and the state department. In reform, we intended for the local LMEs to make local decisions, but for the state, the department at the state level to ensure that there was a state-wide system. And I'll just give you one example, when we transferred them to the NCOs, we really needed all the backroom functions to be uniform, so that providers that provided services in more than one LME wouldn't have to have different forms to fill out. They would all the be the same. But because of the historical independence of the old area programs in the LMEs, the department felt like it didn't have the authority to force everybody to take the PBH model, even though House Bill 916 said that the NCOs would be, would conform to the PBH model. So this bill really does just give the department, very clearly states to the department, we want this to be a state-wide system. We want good local decisions to be made at the local level, but some things need to be state-wide and that's the main thing that this bill does and I support it. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the House is the passage of the House Committee Substitute to Senate Bill 208 as amended, on its second reading. All in favor vote aye. All opposed vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [PAUSE] The clerk will let the machine record the vote. 108 having voted in the affirmative and 1 in the negative, the House Committee Substitute to Senate Bill 208 as amended has passed its second reading and without objection, will be read a third time. [SPEAKER CHANGES] General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the House is the passage of the House Committee Substitute to House Bill 208 as amended on its third reading. All in favor say aye. All opposed say no. The ayes have it. The House Committee Substitute to Senate Bill 208

as amended has passed its third reading. The bill will be engrossed and returned to the Senate. Ladies and gentlemen, this completes our calendar for this evening. Before we go to notices and announcements, the Chair would draw your attention to committee meetings tomorrow, particularly those who are interested in the matters coming before Finance Committee. All members, whether you’re a member of that committee or not, are welcome to attend, if it does not conflict with other commitments. Notices and announcements. Representative Iler, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The House Transportation Committee will meet at twelve noon, sharp, in Room 643, which is our usual meeting room. You don’t want to be late. As you can see by the calendar, we have a very interesting bill to lead off with and you don’t want to be late. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Starnes, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The Republicans will caucus tomorrow, immediately after session, in the auditorium. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Larry Hall, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Democrats will caucus at 1:00 tomorrow, one hour before session. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Cleveland, please state your purpose. [SPEAKER CHANGES] For an announcement. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Appropriations General Government will not meet in the morning. The meeting is cancelled. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Further notices and announcements. Representative Moore is recognized. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, for a motion please. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, I move that, subject to--actually, if I might, I have a couple of motions before we do that. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman may state his motions. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, Senate Bill 222, short title Revise Control Substances Reporting, I move that bill be removed from the Committee on Health and Human Services and calendared, pursuant to Rule 36B. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Without objection, so ordered. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Madam Clerk, did that other one need to be? For a motion now, Mr. Speaker. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The gentleman is recognized for a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. Speaker, I move that, subject to re-referral of bills and resolutions, and receipt of committee reports and messages from the Senate, the House do now adjourn to reconvene on Tuesday, June 4th, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Representative Moore moves, seconded by Representative Grier Martin, and subject to the receipt of committee reports, re-referral of bills and resolutions, and receipt of messages from the Senate, that the House do now adjourn to reconvene on Tuesday, June 4th at 2:00 p.m. All in favor say aye, all opposed no. The ayes have it. The House stands adjourned.