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On Wednesday, 7/2/14, the NC House of Representatives passed House Bill #1234 "Ferry Tolling/Replacement Funds". On Thursday, 7/3/14, the House sent this Bill to the Senate by "Special Messenger" to get the bill to the Senate in a hurry.
On Wednesday, 7/2/14, the NC House of Representatives passed House Bill #1234 "Ferry Tolling/Replacement Funds". On Thursday, 7/3/14, the House sent this Bill to the Senate by "Special Messenger" to get the bill to the Senate in a hurry.
 
As of today, the newest version of the NC Budget contains language to delete ferry tolls on all ferries!
 
Senator Bill Cook filed Senate Bill 792 to stop ferry tolling. Senator Norman Sanderson joined with Sen. Cook to find other monies to permanently replace receipts that would have been generated by ferry tolling.
Senator Bill Cook filed Senate Bill 792 to stop ferry tolling. Senator Norman Sanderson joined with Sen. Cook to find other monies to permanently replace receipts that would have been generated by ferry tolling.
 
The House Budget passed with veto-proof votes on May 30, and has been sent to the Senate.
 
I want to especially recognize Rep. Bill Cook (Republican, Beaufort and Pitt Counties) who took time to speak to nearly all of our NO FERRY TAX ACTIVISTS.
I want to especially recognize Rep. Bill Cook (Republican, Beaufort and Pitt Counties) who took time to speak to nearly all of our NO FERRY TAX ACTIVISTS.
 
Thank you to all ferry tax opponents who travelled to Raleigh to join the NO FERRY TAX lobbying effort at the Opening Day of the NC Legislature.
Thank you to all ferry tax opponents who travelled to Raleigh to join the NO FERRY TAX lobbying effort at the Opening Day of the NC Legislature.
 
The NC General Assembly convenes on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 in Raleigh. We will be there!
 
Beaufort County residents are now faced with a ferry toll because some County Commissioners had to help their buds. Yes, Beaufort County politics are why our citizens are faced with ferry tolls.
Beaufort County residents are now faced with a ferry toll because some County Commissioners had to help their buds. Yes, Beaufort County politics are why our citizens are faced with ferry tolls.
 
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