PUBLIC MUNICIPAL CAMPAIGNS: (House Bill 120) Establishes a pilot program for public financing of municipal election campaigns. Introduced by Rep. Rick Glazier, D-Cumberland. Adopted 60-56. Sent to the Senate for consideration.
VOTING YES: Lucy Allen (D-Franklin, Halifax, Nash), Dan Blue (D-Wake), Bill Faison (D-Orange, Caswell), Larry Hall (D-Durham), Ty Harrell (D-Wake), Verla Insko (D-Orange), Darren Jackson (D-Wake), Paul Luebke (D-Durham), Grier Martin (D-Wake), Mickey Michaux (D-Durham), Deborah Ross (D-Wake), Jennifer Weiss (D-Wake), W.A. "Winkie" Wilkins (D-Durham, Person)
VOTING NO: Marilyn Avila (R-Wake), Leo Daughtry (R-Johnston), Nelson Dollar (R-Wake), James Langdon Jr. (R-Johnston, Sampson), Paul Stam (R-Wake)
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DID NOT VOTE: Joe Hackney (D-Orange, Chatham, Moore)
STATE HEALTH PLAN/GOOD HEALTH INITIATIVES (Senate Bill 287, conference report) Appropriates funds for the State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees and makes other changes related to the State Health Plan. Introduced by Sen. Tony Rand, D-Cumberland. Adopted 60-56. Sent to the governor for approval.
VOTING YES: Allen, Blue, Faison, Hall, Harrell, Insko, Luebke, Martin, Michaux, Ross, Weiss, Wilkins
VOTING NO: Avila, Daughtry, Dollar, Jackson, Langdon, Stam
DID NOT VOTE: Hackney
STATE HEALTH PLAN/GOOD HEALTH INITIATIVES (Senate Bill 287, conference report) Appropriates funds for the State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees and makes other changes related to the State Health Plan. Introduced by Sen. Tony Rand, D-Cumberland. Adopted 29-19. Sent to the governor for approval.
VOTING YES: Robert Atwater (D-Chatham, Durham, Lee), Doug Berger (D-Franklin, Granville, Vance, Warren), Ellie Kinnaird (D-Orange, Person), Floyd McKissick (D-Durham), Josh Stein (D-Wake)
VOTING NO: Neal Hunt (R-Wake), David Rouzer (R-Johnston, Wayne), Richard Stevens (R-Wake)
JUVENILE RECORDS/PROBATION RISK ASSESSMENT: (Senate Bill 1082) Allows probation officers in the Division of Community Corrections access to juvenile records of persons subject to probation under their supervision for the purpose of assessing risks related to supervision and adds the Division of Community Corrections to a list of agencies authorized to share information. Introduced by Sen. John Snow, D-Cherokee. Adopted 48-1. Sent to House for consideration.
VOTING YES: Atwater, Berger, Hunt, McKissick, Rouzer, Stein, Stevens
VOTING NO: Kinnaird