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House | June 28, 2016 | Chamber | House Convenes Three

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[BLANK_AUDIO] [SOUND] [SOUND] The house will come back to order. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] For what purpose does the lady from Iredell Representative Turner rise? >> Mr. Speaker I'd like to make a motion. >> House will come to order. The lady's recognized for a motion. >> Having voted on the prevailing side I'm move that the vote taken by the house not to concur for the senate changes on house bill 817, be brought forth for reconsideration. >> The lady has moved that the house bill 817 be reconsidered. The clerk will read the title of that bill. >> Representatives Archer, Mayer, Farmer Butterfield and Hurley house bill 817 a bill to be entitled an act, an act to the uniform adult guardianship protect [INAUDIBLE] jurisdiction act of 2016 general assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> The lady is recognized to debate the motion. >> After investigating and allowing all the parties to reconsider, it became evident that all the parties are able to move forward with the original effective date of December 1st 2016. Which was the item that we needed to change. >> Okay. >> Further discussion for the debate. If not. the question before the house for the adoption of the motion to not to concur to House Bill 817. Those in favor of the motion will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The Chair leave the vote open for just a bit more, members wish to vote. The following members wish to record representatives Michael, Raft, Brisen, Earl, Insko, Gray, Martin, Luebke, Fisher, Blackwell, Dobson, Blackwell Jitter, Cal Hall Robinson Miller stone, Jordan Faircloth, Idler/g Bowes,, Brian, Pendleton, Millers. The clerk will lock the machine to record the vote 94 having voted in the affirmative, none in the negative the motion to reconsider has been adopted chair hereby dismisses the conferees . Does the lady wish to add House Bill 817 to today's calendar for a motion to concur? >> Yes, Mr. Speaker. Please do so. >> The Chair directs that House Bill 817 be calendared at this time. Without objection so ordered. House Bill 817, the Clerk will read. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] The lady from Iredale is recognized to chair the motion the chair apologizes on the, the lady is recognized first for a motion to concur. >> I move that the house concur the senate changes in house bill 817. >> The lady has moved the house to concur. The lady is recognized to debate the motion. >> Thank you Mr.Speaker. We voted to not concur to the senate changes because I became aware they needed sometime in the clerk's group to train their clerks about the process of the uniform Guardianship act. But after it settled in from a little bit we realize that time was not necessary. So we have all agreed that all the parties even the national uniform guardianship attorney has agreed this will go forward on December 1st 2016 so there's no need for a change in the bill.

I appreciate your green vote thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Craven representative Speciale rise? >> To see if the sponsor would yield to the question. >> Does the lady from Iredel yield to the gentleman from Craven? >> I do. >> She yields. >> Because we voted on this a couple of years ago I don't know about anybody else, but I don't remember could you explain a little bit about what this bill is about. >> Yes thank you for the question, the uniform guardianship act allows clerks when they name guardian to be involved in another state if that ward leaves North Carolina, and is displaced to another state. Originally the clerks had to, if they move to another state then they had to bring another proceeding go through the expense of another guardianship in whatever jurisdiction they were in. But this allows the guardianship to stay in place if they move to another state or if somebody, the term is granny snatching. Somebody, takes a parent or someone who has a guardian and it's not the guardian they take them to another state. Then they still gives us jurisdiction over that matter from North Carolina. So this has been a problem for years and I was thrilled to be able to sponsor this bill. I think it's a really good move, should help everybody. >> Further discussion, further debate. If not, the question before the house is the adoption, of the motion to concur to the senate committee substitute to House Bill 817. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 111 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative the motion to concur with the senate committee, substitute to House Bill 817 is adopted. The Bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor by special messenger. Madam Clerk the Chair directs that all Bills from henceforth shall be transmitted to either the Senate or the governor via special messenger. House Bill 1039, the Clerk will read. >> Representative [UNKNWON and [UNKNOWN] House Bill 1039 a Bill to be entitled an act to increase the authorization Samson county occupancy tax to modify [INAUDIBLE] occupancy tax to modify the use of proceeds of the Jacksonville City occupancy tax to authorize the city of Sanford to limit/g occupancy tax and to create a special tax district for Harnett county, and to authorize a special tax and [INAUDIBLE] levy. The occupancy tax to make changes to the Cumberland county occupancy tax and [INAUDIBLE] tax. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Samson Representative Dell/g rise? >> For a motion. >> The gentleman is recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker I move not to concur. >> The gentleman has moved not to concur. The gentleman has the floor to debate the motion should he so desire. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. This started off as a simple Bill Samson county to increase the occupancy tax from 3% to 6%, but now it has mushroomed into a larger bill called an Omness bill and I would just like for us to not to concur for the people to work together and see if we can Come out with something that would be acceptable for a ride. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Cumberland as representative Szoka rise. >> To debate the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill, thank you Mr.Speaker members have also agreed with members to not concur on this bill the portion in Cumberland County There's some dispute on that within Cumberland County there's not [INAUDIBLE] and we were gonna put that off until next year or so. I would ask for your vote to not concur. Thank you. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from New Hanover, Representative Davis rise? To speak on the motion. The gentleman has the floor to debate the Bill. Thank you Mr. Speaker. Ladies and gentlemen of the House, it has been alluded to you House Bill 10.39 started out as an inquiry of Sampson County OCBA Tax Bill. It complies with the House Guidelines we passed it, we sent it over to the Senate now it comes back with three additions to it, all of which do not Not comply with the House Guidelines. One deals with the city of Jacksonville,

one deals with the city of Sanford, and one deals with Cumberland County. I would ask you most emphatically to vote green on the motion not to confer. Thank you. >> Further discussion, further debate. If not the question Question for the House is the adoption of the motion not to concur with the Senate committee substitute to House Bill 1039. Those in favor will vote aye. Those opposed will vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in negative. The motion not to concur through the senate committee substitute to house bill 1039 Is adopted the senate will be soon notified. The Chair directs that House Bill 345 be removed from today's calendar and forwarded to the committee on rules countered on operations of the house. By way of explanation members that same bill was ratified the senate companion Bill was ratified and devoled yesterday which is the reason the Chair's removing the Bill House bill 392 the clerk will read. Representative Zoko, Floid, Glacier and Looku. House bill 392 build on the entire enact amendment of charter to seek amendment to see they're favorable to make changes related to the membership of operations and public works commission [INAUDIBLE] >> What purpose that the gentleman from Representative Sokka rise. >> To make a motion and to speak on the bill. >> The gentleman is recognized for a motion. >> Mr.Speaker I would like a motion that we do concur with house bill 392. The gentleman has moved gentlemen how do you concur with the senate committee substitute of the house bill 392 and the gentleman has the floor to debate the motion. >> Ladys and Gentlemen you may You may recall this bill from last year we actually passed it out of the house it got the senate and there were a number of disagreements then in the city between the public workers commission which is the utility owned by the city affair bill and the city council. As those agreements went on they actually escalated to a law suit between the pit of assume the city of [INAUDIBLE] That lawsuit was concluded a few months ago. As a result of the result of the lawsuit, the city council, the mayor and the PWC got back together and they're all unanimous in all the wording in this bill so I would ask that you vote green on this to amend the fair bill charter. Or what purpose does the gentleman from Cumberland, Representative Floyd, rise? >> To debate the House Bill 392. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Mr. Speaker, contrary to all belief as it relates to We did send the bill over to the senate to all our dismay, the bill came back better than what we sent it over there. So we're asking that you concur with House Bill 392 as it's been about three years in the works. Thank you, Mr. Speaker. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Harnett Representative Lewis, rise? >> Would the gentleman from Cumberland yield to a question? >> Does the gentleman from Cumberland, Representative Floyd, yield to the gentleman from Harnett? >> By all means, sir. >> He yields. >> Seems like everybody agrees on this, Representative Floyd. Don't you think you should do the right thing? >> Yes, sir. >> [LAUGH] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Cumberland Representative Lukas rise. >> To debate the motion. >> Gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> With the influence of the judicial system all stake holders are on board and I took also concur that we are out to vote green on this. >> Further discussion, further debate If not the question for the house is for the adoption of the motion to concur with the senate committee substitute to house bill 392. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [ BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote 116 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the motion to concur with the senate committee substitute to have house bill 392 is adopted the bill is ordered enrolled. Members chair's aware that we do have a long calendar, but the chair is intending to add some bills to the day's calendar. And in so doing would also point out that it maybe possible and I stress may that we would wrap up session this week perhaps Friday or Saturday given some meetings we we had this morning with the senate. That been said we would require some patience of members and probably

some adjustments to the calendar given that we were toward the end. No guarantee that we can do that but certainly the more business we dispose of the more likely there's chances. The chair is gonna read out several bills which have been previously reported in by their respective committees that the chair's gonna sit down at the calendar. But I'm gonna go ahead and go through those. So members that wish to do further research are welcome to do that. So without further a do here they go. The first one will be House Bill 986, short title is the Zadafar/g [UNKNOWN] changes. House bill 151 vacation rentals, Orange County jail construction. House bill 593, amendment environment and other laws. Senate Bill 872 UNC self liquidating projects. Senate Bill 791 LPA commercial contractor right revision and study. In house bill 948 APO studies. Now chair believes some of these may be motions not to concur and so forth on those. So the conferees can be appointed in some of those real will likely will be motions to concur. But so members can have those, those are the bill the chair intends to add, and one additional take this from committee. Representative Bill and Wadell recognized to send forth the committee report the clerk will read cooperate. >> Representative Bill, Millers and Wadell House bill 1074 school test for leads, high school drop out pilot program favorable committee substitute unfavorable of original bill. >> Original bill unfavorable calendar, favorable as to the committee substitute calendar 36b, and the chair will come back to this bill in a bit to see about something being added to the bill at the conclusion of the business as well. For what What purpose does the gentleman from Cumberland and Representative Floyd rise? >> Mr.Speaker I had an inquiry with the chair about the same time I was doing the inquiry I was trying to get to our minority lead it to raise the question to him so could you come back to me please . >> Okay, house bill 253 the clerk will read. >> Representative [INAUDIBLE] house bill 253 of this entire provisions [INAUDIBLE] >> The gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] is recognized for a motion. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker members of the house House for a motion. >> Move the house do concur with the senate committee substitute for house bill 253, gentleman has moved that the house do concur with the committee substitute for house bill 253 as the floor to debate the bill. >>Thank you Mr.Speaker members you may remember this is a bill Bill that came from commissioner Gais and DPS and had to do with some operational changes in the justice reinvestment act and the way they apply in there. It's been very successful as you know, this here went out of here with a unanimous vote went over to the senate Senate the only change made in the senate is a change in some defective dates. They voted unanimously over there and I request that you do concur unanimously, thank you. >> Further discussion, further debate if not question for the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the senate committee substitute the House Bill 253. Those in favor vote Aye, those opposing vote no. The court will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 116 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative. The motion will conclude with senate committee substitute. The House Bill 253 is adopted, bills ordered and rolled and sent them together. House Bill 287 the court will read. [INAUDIBLE] Relate to the vehicle maintenance and repairs long term current insurance in a consent rate study volunteer fire fighters, recruitment and [INAUDIBLE] efforts to increase the criminal county for large scale fraud committed by insurance judiciary and strengthen commercial auto rate invention reform to make various technical and policy changes [INAUDIBLE] Insurance law provision to ensure they are able to establishment of state base private food insurance market to enable ensures to receive restitution convict them to [INAUDIBLE] and to exempt certain

accountable care organizations from the proper regulations other amendments in insurance laws recommended by the department [INAUDIBLE] >> Well for what purpose does the gentleman Gaston Representative Bumgardener for a motion. Gentleman is recognized for a motion, make a motion that we concur this is an agency bill had no opposition and vote green. >> Further discussion, further debate for what purpose does the gentleman from Nash representative Collins rise. >> Brief the debate the bill. >> Chairman has forwarded to debate the bill I'm gonna be voting Voting no on this all our life, about 95% of it and I just thought I'd give the reason why. The reason why is the section 1.2 on page two where we're saying that we're capping the percentage of increase for the long-term care . Interest policy can be increased by 25% which I have sold these policies Clients when they go up but I don't think it's the job of us as a general assembly to set this type of policy so that's why I'll be vote no. >> Further discussion, further debate if not the question for the house the adoption of the motion concur with the set committee seven those in favor say aye those opposed will vote no. The Clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 105 having voted in the affirmative and 11 in the negative, the motion to concur for the Senate committee substitute to House Bill 287 is adopted. The bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. For what purpose does the gentleman from Guildford, Representative Brockman, rise? House Bill 523, the Clerk will read. >> Representatives Sgro, Steinberg, Waddell and Pierce. House Bill 523. A bill to be entitled an Act to Direct Division of Motor Vehicles to Certain Designations on Driver's License when Listing an Applicant who is American Indian. The General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Robertson representative Gram rise? >> For a motion Mr.Speaker. >> The gentleman is recognized for a motion. >> Members I move that we do concur with the senate committee substitute for house bill 523 and I will certainly appreciate a green vote. >> Chairman has moved the house to 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 task bill 523 all those in favor will vote aye, those opposed to vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Watford do you wish to record on this vote? The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 116 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the motion to concur with the Senate committee substitute to House bill 523 passes, the bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor House bill 533, the clerk will read. >> Representative McGrady, Setzer, Jordan and Harrison, House bill 533 a bill to be entitled an Act to modify when the lien for deferred taxes on land eligible for present-use value classification is extinguished in order to promote sales for land conservation use and to allow a taxpayer to contest a denial of a claim for refund which the the department of revenue determines to be outside the statute of limitations. The legislative Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> What purpose does the gentleman from Henderson Representative McGrady rise? >> To make a motion with respect to the bill. >> The gentleman's recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker I move that we do concur in the Senate Senate, committee substitute for House Bill 550, excuse me 533. >> Further discussion, further debate if not the question for the house is the adoption of the motion to concur with the sitting committee substitute the House Bill 533. Those in favor will vote I, those who oppose will vote No. The court will open the vote [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, 115 having voted in the affirmative and 1 in the negative, the motion to concur with the Senate committee substitute to House bill 533 is adopted, the bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. [BLANK_AUDIO] House bill 594 the clerk will read >> Representative Queen and Moore House bill House bill 594, a bill to be entitled an act to modify the requirements for motor vehicle dealer records for retention. A bill avoided for inspection or division for motor vehicles at [UNKNOWN].

General assembly of North Carolina next. >> For what purpose does the lady from Randolph, Rep Hurley rise? >> To make a motion. >> The lady is recognized for a motion. >> I move that we do concur with the senate transportation committee substitute substitute .>> Where he's made a motion of the house do conquer. The lady is recognized to debate the motion. >> Thank you Mister Speaker. When we left this bill we had voted 115 and 5 where not there that day to approve clarify scale of antic and especially vehicles if they are denying bill, and the senate has changed it now to the name of it is Motor Vehicle Dealer Documentation, Retention, Inspection and format, it's very, but now and also I would appreciate your conquering on this Bill, thank you. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> Further discussion, further debate, if not the question for the house is the adoption for the motion conquered with the Senate committee Substitute to House Bill 594. Those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no, the court will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 115 having voted in the affirmative and 1 in the negative, the motion to concur with the Senate committee substitute to House Bill 594 is adopted. The bill is ordered enrolled and sent to the Governor. House bill 678, the clerk will read Representatives Glazer, Doltery, Stan and Reeves, House bill 678, the bill to bring the entire of [UNKNOWN] first amendments to the laws regarding the Ennisens Commission the general assembly of North Carolina next. >> What purpose does the gentleman from Johnstone Representative Doltery rise? >> To make a motion >> Gentleman's recognized for a motion >> I move to concur with the senate. >> Gentleman has moved the house to concur. The gentle man has the full has the floor to debate the bill. >> If you may recall last year in the long session we sent over a bill called house bill 1020 that had certain provisions regarding the innocence commission. It got almost unanimous support, in fact I think it did and it went to the senate Where it was never taken up. In this year, we sent over a bill 678 from a study commission that the senate took up and they wanted to use House Bill 1020 so they combine both House Bill 1020 and 678 together which we've all voted for on number of occasions so I vote that we concur with the senate. >> Further discussion, further debate, if not the questions before the house is the adoption of the motion to concur, senate, committee substitute for House Bill 678. Those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 116 having voted in the affirmative and non in the negative, the motion to concur with the senate committee substitute to House Bill 678 is adopted, the bill is ordered and enrolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 842, the clerk will read. >> Representative Martin I have a lot [INAUDIBLE], house bill 842, a bill to be entitled an act to [UNKNOWN] taxes and Medicaid waivers to dependents of members of the armed forces. General assembly of North Carolina next. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Onslow, Rep Shepard rise? >> Mr Speaker, I made a mistake on my last vote on the house bill 594. I'd like to be recorded as voting yes on that. >> The gentleman will be recorded as having voted aye on house bill 594 upon the motion to concur. For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake, Rep Martin rise? >> For a motion. >> The gentleman is recognized for a motion. >> Thank you Mr Speaker. I move that the house do concur on the changes that the senate made to house bill 842. The gentleman has made a motion to concur, the gentleman has the floor to debate the motion. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. This a bill that passed the house unanimously, the senate made merely technical changes and senate backed our way. This is the bill that will help among other folks, special needs children of military families who move out of North Carolina and move back to keep their priority on wedding list for Medicaid Waiver services. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Rowan, Representative Warren rise? >> Mr. Speaker to request that my vote on House Bill 287 be recorded as aye. >> The gentleman will be recorded as having voted aye on House Bill 287. Further discussion, further debate? If not the question before the House is the adoption of the motion to concur with the senate committee committee substitute, the House Bill 842. Those in favor will vote aye, those who oppose will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] The court will lock the machine and record the vote. 116 having voted in the affirmative, and non to the negative. The motion will concur with the senate committee substitute,

the house will rate 22 as adopted the Bill is order and rolled and sent to the governor. House Bill 1021 the corporal reef. >> Lives in the doctor hospital 1021 adhere to the entire enact to amend the law regarding sex offenders in certain premises. To address the ruling Doe Vs Cooper. the general assembly of North Carolina enacts.>> What part says the gentleman from Johnson representative Daughtry rise >> I move that we concur in house bill 1021. >> Gentleman's made a motion to concur. The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> This is the bill that we sent over, I mentioned earlier regarding the actual renascence commission and they combined this bill with the other bill and Senator Newton used this Bill, in October he was gonna use this Bill because in December Judge [UNKNOWN] vacated our bill IGS 14201208-18 which prohibit certain sex offenders from being in locations in two orders by the court. So we have since that time the district attorney Had not been able to enforce the law regarding sex offenders near children. So as a result, the Senate took this bill and addressed the issues and the issue was basically, this law was unconstitutional because it was too vague. And they tried to codify Judge Bay's order in this bill to prohibit sex offenders from being in any place where minors frequently congregate including but not limited to libraries, arcades, amusement parks, recreation parks, swimming pools and other places Including when the state fare is being conducted is simply a way to keep to gap measure in place until the courts can sort out what we need to do so I move we do concur with the Senate bill or House bill 1021. >> For what purpose Does the lady from Guilford Representative Harrison rise? >> To debate the motion. >> The lady has the floor to debate the motion. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker, ladies and gentlemen of the House. As Representative Daughtry pointed out this is legislation that resulted from Judge Banes ruling way back in December. If our purpose is to protect children, I think we should take the time to fix it. It doesn't seem that this bill is going to protect children because based on the communication I'm getting from lawyers practicing in this area. It remains unconstitutionally broad. And so not only are we gonna fail to protect the children which is the intent of the bill, we're also gonna sweep a bunch of people into this unintentionally. And I am unfortunately gonna have to be a no vote. I wish we can take the time to fix this appropriately. So 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 the House bill 1021. Those in favor will vote aye. Those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. Stam aye, Representative Stam be recorded as voting aye. 93 having voted in the affirmative and 23 in the negative the motion to concur is adopted. The bill is ordered in rolled and sent to the governor. Senate bill 739 the clerk will read. >> Senator Barefoot, senate bill 739, a bill to be entitled an act to add an insurgence [UNKNOWN] to corporate members of the town of [INAUDIBLE] General assembly of North Carolina next. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake, Rep Malone rise? >> Debate the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Ladies and gentlemen, this bill annexed the new Rolesville bypass the times corporate limits. It passed through two committees last week unopposed. The bill will allow Rolesville to service the bypass with emergency services to build a side walk for students to walk into school. That new highway runs along side of. I ask for your support. >> Further discussion further debate if not the question before the house is the passage of senate bill 739 on its second reading. Those in favor will vote aye those opposed will vote no five seconds be allowed for the voting the clerk will record the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 114 having voted in the affirmative and none in the 2 in the negative. Senate bill 739 passes its second reading and remains on the calendar. Senate bill 215 the clerk will read. >> Senator Raben senate bill 215 a bill to be entitled an act to

abolish [INAUDIBLE] county general assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> The question before the house is the passage of senate bill 215 on its second reading those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed no. The ayes have it, senate bill 215 passes its second reading and will without objection be read a third time. Clerk will read a third time . >> General assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Randolph representative Mcneil rise? Further discussion or debate on the amendment? >> Hearing none the question before the house is the passage of senate bill 215 on its third reading. Those those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed no the ayes have it. Senate 215 having passed the third reading the bill is ordered enrolled. Senate bill 124 the clerk will read. >> Senator Hartsel senate bill 124 a bill to be entitled an act to marginalize the law governing the use of [UNKNOWN] business and to make related confirmatory technical amendments and recommended to general statutes commission to clarify how the industrial commission is, matters of criminal cartel/g. The industrial court and remove certain property from the state nature and historic preserve. And authorize various properties and state [INAUDIBLE]. The general assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Randolph, Representative McNeill rise? >> Sorry Mr Speaker. I guess my timing is a little off. For a motion and then an announcement. >> Gentleman is recognized to state the motion. >> I would ask that the house bill 1134 be removed from today's calendar and be referred to appropriations >> Actually we've already done. >> Thank you and for an announcement. >> Gentleman is recognized for an announcement. >> I understand that there might be some people that have amendments to House Bill 1134 I would just like to know if you have amendment please see me. We would like to run those when the bill is heard in appropriations so that we can do it in appropriations, and not on the house floor. So just see me if you have any amendments for 1134 thank you. >> Representative McNeil I apologize but member might not have been informed that bill had been referred to appropriations during one of the earlier recesses today. For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake Representative Stam rise? >> To speak on the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Mr Speaker, members of the house, most of this bill is about assumed names and it's one of those bills from the general statutes commission. Which is one of the more technical commissions we have. It's been thoroughly vetted twice in judiciary two and I'll just briefly explain it. Currently you do a certificate of doing business under assumed name if you wanna say I'm Paul Stam and my business is Stam's groceries or the ready to go mart. And you have to file that in every county where you do business. Well a lot of times now people are doing business in many many counties and they're just forgetting to file these. So this is a total re ride of our assumed name certificate, law where you will file under your real name, you can file up to five business names, but then it will go to the secretary for estate database so they'll be searchable. You can still be using the same certificate of soon name for several years and then, after the 2021 you have to use these new forms but it will make it much more likely that you'll actually be able to find the real owner of whatever business it is that you wanna sue or do business with. You'll be able to find them more easily. One of improvements in the bill, under current law not to do this correctly is class three misdemeanor which is less than a slap on the wrist and up to a $50 fine. Well under this law, the remedy is that you can get your actual expenses for a fine in the true owner, if the true owner didn't file a certificate there are two add ons to the bill. One it relates to the Industrial commission it's just to clarify an amendment of the procedure about which an industrial commission commissioner can begin a proceeding for indirect contempt, I already have that power today, but this clarifies the procedure. And then the third part of the bill is hitch hiking. It's hitch hiked on several bill so far this year, but it relates to the state parks. And it just swapped to couple of acres here for couple acres there, it's by the department of, usde to be called cultural resources I'm not sure the current name, but I wanna make sure everybody votes on it, because that little section is at the end.

This bill has to get 72 votes or it's dead. So I'd like us to please keep up our almost unanimous voting today, for this bill. Be glad to answer any questions. >> Further discussion for the debate? If not the question for the house is the passage of Senate Bill 124 on it's second reading. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote No. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, Senate Bill 124 passes its second reading it remains on the calendar. Senate Bill 105, the clerk will read. >> Senator Brown and Meredith, Senate Bill 105, a bill to be entitled an act requiring secretary of revenue to compile information about a number of veterans filing tax returns in North Carolina annually and to provide this information to the department of military and internal affairs. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> What purpose does the gentleman from Oslo representative Cleveland rise? >> To debate the bill and send forth an amendment. >> Does the gentleman wish to send forth the amendment first? >. Yes. >> Gentleman is recognized to send forth an amendment. The clerk will read. >> Representative Cleveland moves to amend the bill on page one line 29 by rewriting the line to read . >> Gentleman has the floor to debate the amendment. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. >> This amendment only changes the effective date of the bill. We initially had it scheduled for January 17. However revenue has come forth and said they are prepared to go as of two weeks ago. So just changes the The date. >> Question before the house is the adoption of amendment A1 sent forth by representative Cleveland, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. >> [BLANK-AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 115 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative, the amendment is adopted. Now back on the bill, the gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Mr. Speaker, I believe Representative Karen Martin has an amendment also. Have his amendment prior. >> The gentleman from Wake Representative Martin is recognized to to send forth an amendment, the clerk will read. >> Representative Martin moves to amend the bill, Page one line 27 by rewriting the line to read. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the amendment. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members this amendment might make a little bit more sense after the bill explanation, but I'll give it a go right now. The bill deals with reporting veterans who identify themselves on a tax form Form throughout our general statutes, the terms veterans is defined a few different ways, so all my amendment does is change the statutory reference to which we are drawing the definition of veteran for purpose of this bill. I've spoken with the gentleman from Onslow and I understand he has no objection to it. Appreciate your support. [BLANK_AUDIO} Question before the house is the adoption of amendment A2 sent forth by Representative Martin, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Baskerville do you wish to record on this? The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 114 having voted in the affirmative, one in the negative, the amendment is adopted, we are now back on the bill, the gentleman from Onslow has the floor to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. This bill is nothing more than a voluntary process in which all the veterans of the state can indicate that they are veterans or that their spouses are veterans on the income tax form at the Requires to the department of revenue to report this information to the department of military and veterans affairs annually. The rational for collecting this is so we get a database of how many veterans we have in the state and the importance of their presence in the state to choose a state and And municipalities of communities in which they live. I appreciate your support. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> Further discussion, further debate, if not the question for the house is the passage of senate bill 105 on its second reading. Those in favor will vote aye, those oppose will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]. The clerk will lock the machine to record the vote.

112 having voted in the affirmative and three in the negative, senate bill 105 passes its second reading and will. Without objection, be read the third time. >> General Assembly of North Carolina next. >> Question for the house is a passage of senate bill 105 on its third reading. Those in favor will say aye, those oppose no. The ayes have it. Senate bill 105 having passed its third reading is ordered amend and engrossed and sent to the senate. Okay members we really are asked About the additional bills. [BLANK_AUDIO]. First bill the chair seeks to add, is house bill 593 is there objection. I announce the order. [BLANK_AUDIO] Second bill the chair intends to add is house bill 1074. Rep Jackson? Hearing none, so ordered. House bill 986, is there objection? Hearing none, so ordered. House bill 151, is there objection? Hearing none, so ordered. Senate bill 872, is there objection? Hearing none so ordered. Senate bill 791, is there objection? Hearing none so ordered. House bill 948, is there objection? Hearing none so ordered. Mr Speaker. >> For what purpose does the lady from Orange, Rep Insko rise? >> I didn't have house bill 986 on my list. Could you repeat the title of that bill? [BLANK-AUDIO] It's the Zeta phi Beta long leaf pine license plate changes. I understand there's about 25 people ready to debate that bill. Came out of finance this morning. Those bills are added to the calendar. Also while that's being uploaded to the dashboard, the chair is happy to have with us our nurse of the day, Jennifer Lamm from Rocky Mount. Miss Lamm, thank you for being with us today. >> [APPLAUSE] House Bill 593. The Clerk will read. >> Representative McElraft, House Bill 593, the bill to be entitled an act to amend certain environmental natural resources and other laws. The General Assembly of North Carolina next. >> For what purpose does the lady from Carteret, Representative McElraft, rise? >> To To make a motion. >> Lady is recognized for a motion, in just a moment. [SOUND] the house will come to order. >> Mr. Speaker and members I'd like to make a motion to not concur on House Bill 593. >> Lady has moved the house to not concur with the senate committee substitute, for House Bill 593, and the lady has the floor to debate the motion. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. This is the environmental amends bill that we send over to the senate every year, and they usually put things in it and send it back. But this time it went over two and a half pages and had underground storage tank changed party liability in it. It came back with 14 pages and that stuff out there. A lot of this stuff is good in this bill We had a good hearing on it today. Public hearing we let the public talk about the things they didn't like about. So I would ask for you to not concur so that we can work out the kinks. >> Further discussion further debate if not the question before before the House now is the motion not to concur with the Senate committee substitute to House bill 593. Those in favor will vote Aye those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] Is Representative Warren on the floor. The clerk will lock the machine to record the vote 114 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative motion not concur is adopting the senate will so be notified. House bill 1074, the clerk will read. >> Representative Hager, Brian, Jeter and Burr, house bill 1074, a bill to be entitled an act to require public school and child healthcare facilities in North Carolina permitted for construction project January 1st 1987. To test drinking water in [UNKNOWN] General assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Rutherford, Representative Hager rise? >> To debate the bill. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the bill. >> Thank you Mr Speaker. This bill is the latter of the title. It's on the lead testing. I think many of you have seen this on committees. There's been a couple committees so far.

And this in a basic form requires schools built prior to 1987 to conduct lead testing. The rest of the bill just in their drinking water, in their school facilities where they prepare food, whether it's the homec/g lab. Just to make sure we don't have a problem in the school we don't know about. It also is public schools and day cares, both, and extends to charter schools. Basically the rest of the bill just dictates when they do it, how they do it and who does it. And Mr Speaker I stand for any questions. >> The gentleman from Mecklenburg, Representative Brawley is recognized to send forth an amendment the clerk will read. Just a moment. That one will be temporarily displaced. Representative Brian has recognized an amendment the clerk will read. >> Representative Brian moves to amend the bill on page one line four by deleting the end of the line and inserting the following language to read. >> The gentleman from Mecklenberg representative Brian has recognized to debate the amendment. >> Thank you Mr.Speaker as many of you are aware recently at the White Water center and Charlotte there's a sad situation of a young girl died from a [UNKNOWN] we realized in this process that we need some more examination. I'm one of the primary sponsors of representative Hager on the lead bill. We decided this might be as good a place as any to put in a house select study committee. Hopefully you have this before you on your dash board to study out door recreation sites specifically including making recommendations for For required testing of the water used in the attraction for the presence of physical, biological or chemical substances. This will just give us a chance to make some recommendations and hopefully send forth some legislation in this regard and urge adoption if no opposition. >> Further discussion further debate, if not the question before the House is the adoption of amendment A1 sent forth by Representative Bryan, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 113 having voted in the affirmative, 1 in the negative amendment A1 is adopted. The gentleman from Mecklenburg Representative Brawley is recognized o send forth an amendment, the clerk will read. >> Representative Brawley moves to amend the page, chapter 1 line 4 by deleting at the end of the line and inserting the following language to read. >> Gentleman is recognized to debate the amendment. >> Thank you Mr Speaker. This is an amendment that also addresses the same issue that Rep Brian had raised. The question was why wasn't it being examined and the White Water center in Mecklenburg, it's on a Mecklenburg county park. It's a Mecklenburg county facility. It turns out Mecklenburg county can regulate Wild Water wells, flowing streams. The water used in the white water center is actually treated water prepared by the city of Charlotte, so there was a real question of who could regulate thus water and under what circumstances. What we are proposing is a change to general statues 138-280, which is swimming pools to put in some temporary regulations to define a white water type facility and allow regulation there. We're not really defining what has to be done. It's permissive. And will give us a stop gap that would allow counties that have such facilities to go ahead and expect them and promulgate rules under public health, which we can then modify later after we've had time to study a more permanent solution. I ask the adoption. >> Question before the house is the adoption of amendment A2, stent forth by Representative Brawley. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote No. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]. Representative Floyd does the gentleman wish to record? The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. 114 having voted in the affirmative and none in the negative the amendment is adopted. The gentleman from Pender, Representative Millis is recognized to send forth an amendment, the clerk will read. Representative Millis moves to amend the bill on page one line four, by deleting at the end of the line and inserting the following language to read. >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the amendment. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker and ladies and gentlemen. Representative Ager has been nice enough to allow us to add this amendment to his bill in order for it to have a vehicle in this

short session. This is a really important revision that was kinda brought to light later in the regulatory reform process. It's the provision that D. Hugh specifically the division of fisheries has asked for. Last session, we rightfully went into a constrain when it came to such and seizure for a all life related provisions and while we did so, we attempted to take the unique nature of more or less regulating and enforcing the laws related to our marine fishery aspects very closely to make sure it wasn't in any unintended consequences. Since that time division of fisheries says what is Just know that there are some unintended consequences. This provision has been drafted very narrowly with our legislative staff as well as [INAUDIBLE] fisheries/g to make sure that we're getting at this unattended consequence without overstepping the good reforms that we did last long session. So I definitely ask you guys support in favor of this amendment and more than happy to answer any questions you all may have. >> Mr. Speaker. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> For what purpose does the does the gentleman from Cumberland representative Richardson rise? >> Ask the gentleman a question. >> Do the gentleman from [INAUDIBLE] yield from the gentleman from Cumberland? >> Most certainly. >> He yields. >> How does this particular amendment have anything to do with this particular legislation? >> As discussed whenever I actually did the opening dialogue of this amendment that representative Hager has been nice enough to allow us to amend this bill as a vehicle. This is a urgent matter that the version Fisheries has brought it to us. We're just trying to keep it alive to handle this short session. That way the division of fisheries can actually enforce our fishing laws, and not actually not be able to enforce our fishing laws because of potential unintended consequence. >> Follow up. >> Does the gentleman yield to an additional question? >> Yes. >> He yields. >> Has this been vetted with the particular interest groups that would be concerned about the fisheries? Such as the CCA and the commercial industry and the like? >> Am having a hard time hearing you Representative. >> Is this particular amendment been vetted by the sports fishing people and also by the commercial fishing people, was [INAUDIBLE] in the agreement? >> Representative, since this was brought up so late in the aspects of us moving regulatory reform measures. If you hear me out here, we've actually got this tighten of off with our legislative staff and with division marine fisheries staff. What am looking for is that as this bill moves over that the stakeholders can actually come forward, and that we actually can discuss this legislation. To answer your question we haven't had the time to debate it through any stake holders. But the intent is to be able to make sure that marine fisheries can do their job by expecting the aspects of equipment and gear. When it comes to the provision that we altered last session cuz right now what's currently happening is that individuals can refuse to actually show what actual fish they may have on hand, by way of just kinda the way the law is interpreted. To be honest with you I'm warning all stakeholders to weigh in from all sides, anything that needs to be tweaked more than happy to tweak it moves over to the Senate. Thank you. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> For what purpose does the gentleman from Wake, Representative Pendleton rise? >> To debate the the amendment- >> The gentleman has the floor to debate the amendment. >> I'd like to ask Representative Millis a question. >> Certainly. >> Does this bill prohibit game wardens, wildlife officers from inspecting game and firearms? >> This amendment doesn't have anything to do with game wardens This is directed at the aspects of the division of Marine Fisheries, particularly marine patrol to be able to actually check the appropriate aspects of gear. So that we can make sure that we're enforcing our bag limit, size limits, things on nature. So it does not tell it whatsoever wildlife enforcement officers. >> Thank you. >> For what purpose does the Representative Bill rise? >> To speak on the amendment. >> You're recognized. >> Thank you Mr Speaker. And to jump in behind Rep Millis. Maybe this will help clarify Representative Richards' comment. I actually spoke with some of the interest groups that are involved in this and they appreciate Rep Millis bringing this forward and looking forward to working with him on this. For what purpose does Rep Insko rise? >> To ask the amendment sponsor a question. >> Does he yield? >> Yes. >> He yields. >> So this fixes a bill we passed last year and I guess I'm asking when was the problem first discovered?

Well, I can't speak for the agency in terms of when the problem was first discovered but I was not notified until late in the aspects of us moving senate bill 303, which within the proper measure for this regulatory reform. So as a result, after that bill passed I've been working on actually getting the language typed and this is the first opportunity that I've had actually provide a vehicle over to the senate. So I can't speak for the agency but it was just brought to my attention heavily about a week and a half to two weeks ago. >> Further discussion or debate? If not the question before the house is the the adoption of the Millis amendment to house bill 1074. Those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. >> Hi guys, so I can vote up here. [INAUDIBLE] >> Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. The ayes are 108, the no's are 1. The amendment is adopted. [BLANK-AUDIO] And we're back on the bill, further discussion or debate? Representative Murphy for what purpose do you rise? >> I'd like to be counted as voting aye on that last measure. >> You'll be so recorded. Further discussion or debate? If not the question before the house is the passage of house bill 1074 on it's 2nd reading, those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no, the clerk will read The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]. The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote, the ayes are 110 And the no's are zero, the bill has passed it's 2nd reading and will remain on the calendar as its subtitle has changed. House bill 986 the clerk will read. >> Representative Gill, house bill 986 a bill to be entitled an act to reauthorize the division of motor vehicles to issue a special registration plate for the zeta phi beta sorority and to authorize a full color background for the order of the long leaf pine special registration plate. General Assembly of North Carolina next. >> Representative Gill for what purpose do you rise? >> To debate the bill. >> You're recognized. >> Thank you speaker and thank you ladies and gentlemen This is a very non-controversial bill, it's just a special plate for sorority and it's a background change for the long-leaf pine. I certainly hope you will vote affirmative for this. Thanks. >> Representative Brawley is recognized to speak on the bill. >> I wanted to thank Representative Gill for allowing me to add the amendment I needed for the Long leaf pine to her bill and support vote. >> Further discussion or debate? If not the question before the house is the passage of House bill 986 on its 2nd reading all those in favor will vote aye, all those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO]. The clerk will lock the machine Lock the machine and record the vote. The ayes are 108 the no's are 0, the bill has passed the 2nd reading and will without objection be read a 3rd time. >> General Assembly of North Carolina next. >> Further discussion or debate, if not the question before the house is the passage of House Bill 986 on its 3rd reading, those in favor will say aye, those opposed will say Will say no, the ayes have it. The bill has passed its 3rd reading and will be sent to the Senate. House Bill 151, the clerk will read. >> Representatives Tine, Setzer, J. Bell and Jackson. House bill 151 a bill to be entitled an act to amend the vacation rental act to clarify the role of real estate brokers in transactions between landlords and tenants to protect the members of the armed forces by allowing termination of [UNKNOWN] agreement upon transfer of the development and to clarify the procedure of awarding the collection of certain court fees in [UNKNOWN] of proceedings and to allow amendments to release the property of Orange County to facilitate gym construction. The general assembly of North Carolina next. >> Rep Rayne is recognized to explain the bill. >> To make a motion Mr Speaker. >> You're recognized to make a motion and debate your motion. >> Thank you Mr Speaker. I make a motion that we not concur with house bill 151. >> Do you wanna debate. >> Thank you Mr Speaker. If you can follow this, this bill is somewhat different from what

it was on the senate. House bill 151, the original language that was in there was the home owners rent making insurance reform bill. We just passed that inside of house bill 287, the insurance department bill. The language that's currently in house bill 151 is substantially house bill 781 which was also mine that got moved to this one, I'm not exactly sure why but it's in this one now, and that is the real estate commissions bill plus provision on an issue in Orange County. The bill is going to be heard and ruled today just to explain it since we hadn't it heard over here but there were three technical corrections that are needed to, that were identified from staff. One from the Department of Justice on timing and so I ask if not to concur and then if your end rules will have even more sunshine on the bill at that time. Thank you. >> Further discussion or debate? If not the question before the House is a motion not to concur in the senate committee substitute for House bill 151. All those in favor will vote aye, opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] [BLANK_AUDIO]. Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. The ayes are 108, the nos are zero, the motion is passed and the senate will be so notified. Senate Bill 872, the clerk will read Senator Apodaca senate bill 872 a bill to be entitled enact to authorize acquisition for construction with the financing without appropriations from the general fund. With certain capital improvement projects or constituency institution of university of North Carolina. General assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Representative Browley is recognized to explain the bill. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. This is the capital projects for the universities that are for structures that we do not fund through the general fund budget. This is all parking garages, dormitories, what I used to call the work out room, the rec room, pool table area. They now call them health and wellness centers. And there's also a hospital complex for the university. These will all be paid for fees. We had a good discussion on it today in Finance and there were no objections raised. It has passed the senate so at this point it will go forward to the governor. I ask your approval and we'll take any questions if any. >> Further discussion or debate? If not the question before the house is the passage of senate bill 872 on its second roll call vote. All those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [[BLANK_AUDIO] >> Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. the ayes were 10, the nos are four. The bill is passed its second reading and will remain on the calendar. Senate bill 791, clerk will read. Senator Tillman, senate bill 791, a bill to be entitled an act to include transactions rate paid by [UNKNOWN] agency commission contract within the [UNKNOWN] adjustment made by the division of motor vehicles to specify the processing inspection [INAUDIBLE] transaction for which compensation shall be paid. And to require the division of motor vehicle to start the procedure to process and inspection stops. General assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> Representative Hagar is recognized to explain the bill.>> No sir. I accidentally voted no in 872 I wanted to be recorded as voting yes. Was that 872? The last bill I think >> All right. You'll be so recorded. >> Thank you. >> Who seeks recognition to explain this senate bill? Represent Louis may want to. We'll come back to you represent Louis if you're. Represent Dickson. >> I'd like to be recorded as voting aye to not concur on 151. >> You'll be so recorded. >> Mr. Speaker. >> Representative Lewis. >> Might we recognize for a motion pertaining to today's calendar? >> You're recognized for a motion. >> Mr. Speaker, I would like to move that Senate Bill 791 be removed from today's calendar and re-calendar for tomorrow. without objection. So ordered. >> Mr. Speaker. >> Representative Lewis is recognized. >> For an announcement. >> For an announcement. >> Mr. Speaker I want to announce and I wanna inform the members of the body that at the end of today's calendar, I will seek recognition to make a re-referral on House Bill 169, the short title is, Repatory

Reduction Act of 2016. My purpose in doing that will be to remove it from the committee on Requiform and to place it on today's calendar after which time there will be a vote not to concur. >> You wanna make that motion now? >> I wanna give the members time to look at it Mr. Speaker. >> House bill 948 the clerk will read. >> Representative Jordan House bill 948 a bill to be entitled an act to authorize the joint legislative administrative procedure oversight committee to study certain issues, as recommended by the joint legislative administrative procedure oversight committee And to allow the Board of Pharmacy to obtain criminal record reports from approved reporting services. General Assembly of North Carolina enacts. >> The gentleman from West Jefferson is recognized. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Members, House Bill 948 is from the Joint Legislative Administrative Procedure Oversight Committee and simply allows APO to continue studying relations, issues related to occupational licensing boards. And we've also made a change to the Pharmacy Board, they requested permission to allow applicants who need a criminal report to go to various reporting services as opposed to just DPS. It's a non-controversial Bill, I'd urge our support. >> Further discussion or debate? If not, the question before the House is the passage of House Bill 948 on its second reading, all those in favor will vote aye, those opposed will vote no. The clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] >> You see how as they vote it lights up? [BLANK_AUDIO] Clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. The ayes are 112, the noes are zero, the bill has passed its second reading and will without objection be read a third time. >> John Szoka of North Carolina next. >> Further discussion or debate? If not all those in favor will say aye. >> Aye. >> Those opposed say no. The ayes have it, the Bill has passed at its third reading. It will be sent to the Senate. Representative Lewis is recognized for a motion. >> Thank you Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, I move that House Bill 169, short title, Regulatory Reduction Act of 2016 be removed from the Committee on Regulatory Reform, and placed upon today's calendar. >> Is there objection? If not, so ordered. [BLANK_AUDIO] We may need the few BDs for just a moment so we get it on the dash board. [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Willy Steve of the clerk will read. [BLANK _AUDIO] >> Representative Hager request now, House Bill 169 [INAUDIBLE] further regulatory relief for citizens of North Carolina. General senate [INAUDIBLE] >> Representative Hager is recognized. >> For a motion Mr. Chairman. >> State your motion. >> Thank you. The motion is I recommend not to concur, the House not to concur with the senate changes on House Bill 169. >> Further discussion or debate? If not, the question before the House is a motion by Representative Hager not to concur in the Senate Committee Substitute to House Bill 169. All those in favor will vote aye, opposed will vote no, the clerk will open the vote. [BLANK_AUDIO] The clerk will lock the machine and record the vote. The ayes are 110 the noes are 1. The motion is agreed to and the Senate will be so notified. >> Mr. Speaker. >> Representative Harrison is recognized. >> I'm sorry I had a malfunction. May I be recorded as an aye, please? >> You'll be so recorded as voting aye. [BLANK_AUDIO] Notices and announcements? [BLANK_AUDIO] Representative Ford is recognized. >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I have one announcement. >> You are recognized for an announcement. >> Local government meeting tomorrow morning at 11 AM room 643, we have two bills. >> Representative James Gardner is recognized for an announcement. >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker. The Committee on Insurance will meet tomorrow at 12 PM in 1228 taking up SB 65>> Short title? >> State health plan administrative changes. >>Representative [UNKNOWN] is recognized. >> For announcement. >>You're recognized. >> Thank you Mr Speaker ladies and gentlemen again I would like to invite all of you to join a new coccus I'm pleased to announce the establishment of a bipartisan joint legislative live science

coccus. I think many of you remember from last session all the confusion around biologic and the explanation of what they were and what they could do and this session you heard the names Vivitrol and Naloxone are oral chemo drug parity as well as step therapy. All of these involve a lot of sciences and our area in particular is becoming known because of the businesses that are here in this field and it is a very complex, complicated and scary thing if you're not from a scientific background. But with the information that we'd like to bring to you from people in the industry both in practical application and manufacturing application in medicine as well as the research and development I think we could all get a comfortable with this particular direction that we're heading in, learn what's coming out and can be used to establish a strong economic base in the state of North Carolina, i'm proud to be joined by Representative Graig Meyer here in the house with Senator Tamara Barringer and Angela Bryant, on the Senate side I'd like to invite all of you to stop by and join in the caucasus and contribute some of this will be of interest to you in your areas as many of you might have facilities that would be able to present To us in terms of what they do in the state and help all of us become better acquainted with a very exciting field. Thank you. >> Representative Grier Martin is recognized. For an announcement, Mr. Speaker. >> You're recognized. >> Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Members, I'm pleased to announce the revival or perhaps the reformation of the joint military veterans coccus which works on issues affecting North Carolina veterans military families, installations of military businesses, the leadership comprises senator Ben Clark, senator Jeff Jackson, senator Ron Revere, Representative John Torbett, Representative Chris Whitmire and me The soldiers trying to take over the whole thing but we are forced to meet a couple of sailors and token civilian, but some of our members of our coccus before hand I hope you'll continue to support our activities. >> Representative Dollar are you ready to make an announcement? For an announcement. >> You are recognized for an announcement. >> A brief announcement we will have and appropriation committee meeting at 8.30 on Thursday morning at 8.30 for your planning purposes full appropriation. >> Before I Ask for a motion to adjourn representative Daughtry, Howard, Millis and perhaps Johnson they remember Chapline William Mills in 1995. His great grand children have been assisting me today. Representative behind here. Representative Brawley, do you have an announcement? I do Mr. speaker, we had originally called a finance meeting for tomorrow at 9 AM that meeting has been cancelled and we'll not met. >> Representative Hager is recognized for and announcement. >> Thank you Mr. chairman I also would recognize a member of this body that has a birthday today he might be a little. Look a little young but representative Burr has a birthday today and I think he's out of his 20's now and into his 30's Just so he may not look like but wanna say that. For a second announcement. >> For a second announcement. >> I want republican course to stand by, we are working on maybe. having a caucus in a little bit just stand by. I will contract you via your email let you know. >> Representative Meyer's is recognized. >> Then you speak to ask a question of the gentleman from Harnett representative Lewis. >> Do you yield representative Lewis? >> I yield. >> Representative Lewis I saw that there was a meeting notice for house rules tomorrow morning is the meeting for this afternoon still on has been rescheduled until tomorrow. >> Thank you for the question, yes the committee on rules will meet five minutes after we adjourn today and will also meet tomorrow. >> Representative Ford do you have another announcement. Yes sir I wanna apologize local government we've just been told we gotta move to room 423. Room 423 at 11 am. Thank you. >> Representative Mcgrady, do you have an announcement? >> Yes thank you, I just wanna correct the announcement made by the majority leader, my seat mate it actually well past the age of 30 now. It's up to 31. So just wanna make sure the record is straight. >> [APPLAUSE]

>> Representative Lewis, do you have a motion? >> Just happened to have one Mr. Speaker >> Wait a minute! Wait a minute! If you would, Representative Hager do you have another? >> I do thank you I apologize. Mr chairman I finally I got the information I was looking for Republicans will caucus in room 544, 15 minutes after rules around 5:30. >> Representative Lewis. >> Thank Thank you Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, subject to receipt of messages from the Senate committee reports, conference reports, the re-referral of bills and resolutions and the appointment of conferees. I move that the house adjourn to re convene Wednesday June 29th at 9, o clock am. >> Representative Lewis has moved. Seconded by representative Cleveland that subject to message from the senate, committee report conference report, re-referrals of bills and resolution. Appointment to re-conferees that we adjourn to reconvene on June 29th to 9 o'clock AM. All those in favor will say Aye >> Aye >> Oppose No. The Aye's have it. We're adjourned.