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Senate | March 4, 2013 | Chamber | Session

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The Chair is happy to extend courtesies to Brenda Clemens, the Registrar of Deeds of Brunswick County, Beverley Parks, Registrar of Deeds of Bladen County, and Maggie Ross, the Registrar of Deeds of Brunswick County. So if you’re here with us, we thank you very much for what you do, for your service to the state, and thanks for being with us today. Reports of standing committees. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Allran, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Send forward a committee report. [SPEAKER CHANGES] You can send forward your report, Senator. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Allran for the Judiciary 2 Committee submits for passage Senate Bill 20, Good Samaritan Law/Naloxone Access, unfavorable as to bill but favorable as to committee substitute bill; Senate Bill 33, Use of Criminal History Records by Licensing Boards, unfavorable as to bill but favorable as to committee substitute bill; Senate Bill 91, Prohibit Expunction Inquiries, unfavorable as to bill but favorable as to committee substitute bill, titled ‘An Act to make it Unlawful for an Employer or Educational Institution or State or Local Government Agency to Request Information from an Applicant for Employment or Admission regarding an Arrest, Criminal Charge or Criminal Conviction of the Applicant that has been Expunged’. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 20, Senate Bill 33 and Senate Bill 91, calendar. Ratification of bills. The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Enrolled bills. The Enrolling Clerk reports the following bill duly ratified for presentation to the Governor: House Bill 77, An Act to Delete a Provision for a 50 Dollar Payment to Members of the Board of Law Examiners that has not been Paid Since the 1970s and to Clarify a Provision Relating to the Expenses of that Board, as Recommended by the General Statutes Commission. The following resolution duly ratified, properly enrolled and presented to the office of Secretary of State: House Joint Resolution 138, a Joint Resolution Setting a Date for the House of Representatives and the Senate to Elect Members to the State Board of Community Colleges; Senate Joint Resolution 133, a Joint Resolution Honoring the Life and Memories of Dr. Joy Johnson, Fred D. Alexander, Richard C. Erwin, John W. Winters Sr., Dr. Alfreda Johnson Webb, Jeanne Hopkins Lucas, and Other Pioneer African American Members of the General Assembly, in Observance of African American History Month. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senators, we’re going to jump right into the calendar today with local bills, starting with a third reading roll call bill, Senate Bill 56. The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 56, Wallace Satellite Annexations. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Is there any further discussion or debate? Hearing none, the question before the Senate is the passage of Senate Bill 56 on its third 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. Pate, aye. McKissick, aye. Davis, aye. 45 having voted in the affirmative and 0 in the negative, Senate Bill 56 passes its third reading and will be sent to the House. Moving on to public bills, second reading roll call, Senate Bill 97. The Clerk will read. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senate Bill 97, Property Tax De-Annexation. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Goolsby is recognized to explain the bill. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. President. This bill simply is an act that requires release of property taxes in any area that was part of an annexation that we de-annexed for six months or less. It does expire pretty soon; it goes until July the 1st 2016. It basically lets the Monkey Junction area in Wilmington not be taxed. I was contacted by the mayor and the city council, who asked that we run this bill because they did not want to cause anymore ire to the residents of that area since it was de-annexed. I’d be happy to take any questions you might have. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Is there any further discussion or debate?

"The question of the senate the passage of the committee substitute senate bill 97. On it's 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. 45 have recorded affirmative, zero in the negative. Committee substitute senate bill 97 passes it's second reading and will remain on the calendar." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Mr. President" [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Senator Apadaca what purpose do you rise?" [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Motion please." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Senator you have the floor for your motion." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "House bill 82 IRC update asked to be removed from tonight's calendar and placed on tomorrow's calendar please. [SPEAKER CHANGES] "I've objected so ordered. Moving on to public bill second reading senate bill 42, clerk will read." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Senate bill 42 charter school government unit." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Mr. President." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Senator Daniel what purpose do you rise?" [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Explain senate bill 42." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "You have the floor senator." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Thank you Mr. President, I'm a little hoarse tonight but I'll do the best that I can. The genesis of this bill probably started in the last session, when former senator Wes Moreland was involved with the creation of a charter school in Cleveland county. Where I now represent and realized that if a county entity wanted to convey property to a charter school there was an issue and you would have to have a local bill to authorize that to be done. So we thought we want to encourage the creation of charter school and we don't want come back and local bills every time a county or another governmental entity wants to convey real property to them. So this bill is basically just enabling legislation that allows a governmental entity to do that at their discretion. Either for full consideration or less than full consideration. I think it makes alot sense and would ask for your support." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Thank you senator is there any other discussion or debate? Hearing none the question for the senate is the passage of the committee substitute to senate bill 42 on it's second reading. All in favor will vote aye, opposed will vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting, the clerk will record the vote. 42 have been voted in the affirmative and 3 in the negative. Committee substitute senate bill 42 passes it's second reading with out objection will be read a third time." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "North Carolina [INAUDIABLE] acts." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Is there any further discussion or debate? Hearing none all in favor of the committee substitute senate bill 42 on it's third reading will say aye, opposed no. The aye's have it and senate bill 42 will be sent to the house. Senate bill 122 the clerk will read." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Senate bill 122 sex trafficking, sex offender registration." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Senator Goolsby is recognized to explain the bill." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Thank you Mr. President, this is a simple bill. All it does is add sex trafficking, it's listed as human trafficking. We happen to be one of the top 10 states in the country for sex trafficking. We're actually number 8. This bill starts to take a bite out of that by adding sex trafficking as a re portable sex offense. So when you're convicted under our law and as it states it's a very simple bill only a few lines. The offense is committed against a minor who is less than 18 years of age or the offensive is committed against any person with the intent that they be held in sexual servitude. I'd be happy to answer any question, I'd appreciate your support in this bill." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Thank you senator, is there any further discussion or debate? Hearing none the question of the senate is the passage of committee substitute senate bill 122 on it's second reading. All in favor will vote aye, opposed will vote no. Five seconds will be allowed for the voting, the clerk will record the vote. Herrington aye, McLaurin aye, Woodard aye, 45 have been voted in the affirmative and zero in the negative, committee substitute senate bill 122 passes it's second reading without objection will be read a third time." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "North Carolina [INAUDIBLE] acts." [SPEAKER CHANGES] "Is there any further discussion or debate? Hearing none all in favor of the committee substitute senate bill 122 on it's third reading will say aye opposed will say no, the aye's have it. Committee substitute senate bill 122 passes it's third reading and will be sent to the house. At this time we would like to take a moment to introduce the pages for the week.." [END]

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Is there any further business to come before the Senate? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Mr. President. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Senator Brock, for what purpose do you rise? [SPEAKER CHANGES] Since we're in such good spirits, I encourage everyone to come out to Peace College right after session. The Select Committee on Roundball will practice tonight after session. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Any other business to come before the Senate? If not, the Chair recognizes Senator Apodaca for a motion. [SPEAKER CHANGES] Thank you, Mr. President. I move that the Senate do now adjourn, subject to the introduction of bills and resolutions, the receipt, referral and re-referral of committee reports, and the receipt of messages from the House and the governor, to reconvene Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 at 2:30, and we adjourn in honor of Reverend Woodard. Thank you. [SPEAKER CHANGES] The motion is the Senate do now adjourn, subject to the stipulations stated by Senator Apodaca, to reconvene Tuesday, March 5th at 2:30 p.m., seconded by Senator Tillman. All in favor will say aye, opposed no. The ayes have it. The Senate stands adjourned.