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LEADERSHIP

Sponsored by Reps. Dollar, Lambeth, Johnson, McGrady

This bill outlines the governor's spending preferences and sets his buget priorities. Check progress

Sponsored by Reps. Saine, Bradford, Tine, B. Brown.

This bill would establish a cabinet-level department of Information Technology. This department would replace the Office of Information Technology. Check progress 

Sponsored by Reps. Tine, McElraft, Millis, Harrison

This bill imposes a penalty of up to $10,000 on anyone damages equipment used for the cultivation of shellfish. It also restores the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Seafood and Aquaculture. Check progress

Sponsored by Reps. Stam, Jeter, Waddell; S. Martin

This bill would create a fund to provide loans to local government units for the development of sites and buildings. This bill would require the N.C. Department of Commerce to develop a strategic analysis of potential qualified business facilities and require the department to maintain and update this list every four years. Check progress

Sponsored by Reps. R. Moore, Hanes, C. Graham, Hamilton  

The bill sets up a tax-credit program designed to encourage business investment in low-wealth communities. Check progress

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LEADERSHIP

Sponsored by Reps. Dollar, Lambeth, Johnson, McGrady

This bill outlines the governor's spending preferences and sets his buget priorities. Check progress

Sponsored by Reps. Saine, Bradford, Tine, B. Brown.

This bill would establish a cabinet-level department of Information Technology. This department would replace the Office of Information Technology. Check progress 

Sponsored by Reps. Tine, McElraft, Millis, Harrison

This bill imposes a penalty of up to $10,000 on anyone damages equipment used for the cultivation of shellfish. It also restores the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Seafood and Aquaculture. Check progress

Sponsored by Reps. Stam, Jeter, Waddell; S. Martin

This bill would create a fund to provide loans to local government units for the development of sites and buildings. This bill would require the N.C. Department of Commerce to develop a strategic analysis of potential qualified business facilities and require the department to maintain and update this list every four years. Check progress

Sponsored by Reps. R. Moore, Hanes, C. Graham, Hamilton  

The bill sets up a tax-credit program designed to encourage business investment in low-wealth communities. Check progress

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