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The General Assembly has voted to adjourn on Friday, July 1 to a date certain, meaning the 2021-2023 legislative biennium will not formally come to an end on Friday.
The General Assembly has voted to adjourn on Friday, July 1 to a date certain, meaning the 2021-2023 legislative biennium will not formally come to an end on Friday.
 
The General Assembly was full of activity this week with various committees acting on a myriad of policy legislation as the legislature looks to wind down committee work ahead of adjournment as early as the end of this month.
The General Assembly was full of activity this week with various committees acting on a myriad of policy legislation as the legislature looks to wind down committee work ahead of adjournment as early as the end of this month.
 
The General Assembly’s short session continued this week with committee work and floor sessions in both chambers. As policy work begins to wind down, the largest item still left on the table for the legislature to tackle is addressing 2022-2023 state budget adjustments.
The General Assembly’s short session continued this week with committee work and floor sessions in both chambers. As policy work begins to wind down, the largest item still left on the table for the legislature to tackle is addressing 2022-2023 state budget adjustments.
 
The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC) supports passage of House Bill 149 – Expanding Access to Healthcare, as passed by the NC Senate on June 2, 2022.
The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC) supports passage of House Bill 149 – Expanding Access to Healthcare, as passed by the NC Senate on June 2, 2022.
 
Members of the General Assembly continued working at a fast pace this week, moving bills quickly through committee and floor votes, in an effort to meet their self-imposed July 1 adjournment deadline.
Members of the General Assembly continued working at a fast pace this week, moving bills quickly through committee and floor votes, in an effort to meet their self-imposed July 1 adjournment deadline.
 
The General Assembly continued taking up significant, and at times controversial, policy items this week.
The General Assembly continued taking up significant, and at times controversial, policy items this week.
 
NCACC Weekly Update — May 27, 2022
 
This week, the General Assembly returned to Raleigh and took up several votes, including an adjournment resolution for the 2021 session.
This week, the General Assembly returned to Raleigh and took up several votes, including an adjournment resolution for the 2021 session.
 
The General Assembly did not conduct any public business this week.
The General Assembly did not conduct any public business this week.
 
The General Assembly did not convene this week, but there was still activity in Raleigh.
The General Assembly did not convene this week, but there was still activity in Raleigh.
 
Members of the General Assembly returned to Raleigh this week. Redistricting maps were the primary focus of the week to meet the NC Supreme Court deadline of Friday at 5:00 p.m.
Members of the General Assembly returned to Raleigh this week. Redistricting maps were the primary focus of the week to meet the NC Supreme Court deadline of Friday at 5:00 p.m.
 
The General Assembly did not meet to take public votes this week.
The General Assembly did not meet to take public votes this week.
 
The General Assembly did not convene this week to conduct votes on any pending legislation.
The General Assembly did not convene this week to conduct votes on any pending legislation.
 
The General Assembly returned to Raleigh this week to act on two pieces of legislation including HB 605
The General Assembly returned to Raleigh this week to act on two pieces of legislation including HB 605
 
NCACC Weekly Update — August 6
 
NCACC Weekly Update — July 9
 
After some delay, North Carolina Senate leadership released their 2021-22 spending plan yesterday
After some delay, North Carolina Senate leadership released their 2021-22 spending plan yesterday
 
NCACC Weekly Update — June 18
 
NCACC Weekly Update — June 11
 
NCACC Weekly Update — June 4
 
NCACC Weekly Update — May 21
 
NCACC Weekly Update — May 14
 
NCACC Weekly Update — May 7
 
NCACC encourages you to contact your House Members(s) today to ask them to support an amendment to House Bill 729 Charter School Omnibus to eliminate a provision that would give counties authority to provide capital appropriations to charter schools.
NCACC encourages you to contact your House Members(s) today to ask them to support an amendment to House Bill 729 Charter School Omnibus to eliminate a provision that would give counties authority to provide capital appropriations to charter schools.
 
NCACC Weekly Update — April 16
 
NCACC Weekly Update — April 9
 
NCACC Weekly Update — March 19
 
NCACC Weekly Update — March 12
 
NCACC Weekly Update — February 5
 
Over the last few weeks, our fellow North Carolinians have engaged in protests against racism and brutality following the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25th.
Over the last few weeks, our fellow North Carolinians have engaged in protests against racism and brutality following the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25th.
 
The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC), North Carolina League of Municipalities (NCLM) and North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition (NCMMC) together call on Congress to provide significant direct and flexible financial assistance to local governments of all sizes in NC
The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC), North Carolina League of Municipalities (NCLM) and North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition (NCMMC) together call on Congress to provide significant direct and flexible financial assistance to local governments of all sizes in NC
 
NCACC staff continues to work with local, state, and federal partners this week as counties maintain critical efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and work to ensure continuation of county operations and services
NCACC staff continues to work with local, state, and federal partners this week as counties maintain critical efforts in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and work to ensure continuation of county operations and services
 
NCACC staff continues to work with local, state, and federal partners this week as counties continue vital work in response to the COVID-19 crisis
NCACC staff continues to work with local, state, and federal partners this week as counties continue vital work in response to the COVID-19 crisis
 
The second week of the 2019 long session saw continued bill filing and a handful of legislative committees.
 
Except for possible veto override votes, the General Assembly Thursday concluded its business for the biennium in a three-week reconvened session.
Except for possible veto override votes, the General Assembly Thursday concluded its business for the biennium in a three-week reconvened session.
 
Graham County Manager Greg Cable was among a handful of county officials from across the nation who spoke at a briefing sponsored by the National Association of Counties (NACo) on Sept. 18 to urge members of Congress to approve immediate and long-term funding
Graham County Manager Greg Cable was among a handful of county officials from across the nation who spoke at a briefing sponsored by the National Association of Counties (NACo) on Sept. 18 to urge members of Congress to approve immediate and long-term funding
 
David F. Thompson, who has led the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners for the past nine years, will leave his position as Executive Director in October to take a position with the National Association of Counties (NACo).
David F. Thompson, who has led the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners for the past nine years, will leave his position as Executive Director in October to take a position with the National Association of Counties (NACo).
 
In one of its last actions for the 2014 legislative session, the House defeated a Senate proposal to restructure county sales taxes, with a number of House members voicing concerns and voting against the economic development components included in H1224
In one of its last actions for the 2014 legislative session, the House defeated a Senate proposal to restructure county sales taxes, with a number of House members voicing concerns and voting against the economic development components included in H1224
 
The Senate Finance Committee passed a revised version of H1224 (Local Sales Tax Options/Econ. Dept. Changes) on Tuesday night that gives additional sales tax flexibility to 94 counties but limits options for Forsyth, Guilford, Mecklenburg and Wake counties.
The Senate Finance Committee passed a revised version of H1224 (Local Sales Tax Options/Econ. Dept. Changes) on Tuesday night that gives additional sales tax flexibility to 94 counties but limits options for Forsyth, Guilford, Mecklenburg and Wake counties.
 
Commissioners spent the afternoon walking the halls of the Legislature to meet with their Senators and Representatives and discuss county issues.
Commissioners spent the afternoon walking the halls of the Legislature to meet with their Senators and Representatives and discuss county issues.
 
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