Comparing Perdue and Easley action on post session bill signings

August 31, 2009

As of Sunday, August 30, 2009 the 19th day of 30 for action, six bills remained on Governor Beverly Perdue’s desk out of the 108 that had been pending at the August 12, 2009 adjournment. A total of 102 bills (94% of the total) have been signed.

In 2007, at the August 2, 2007 adjournment 208 bills were on Governor Easley’s desk for action, as of day 19 of 30 for action, 133 bills still remained. A total of 75 bills had been signed by the nineteenth day, 36% of the total.

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NC 2008-2009 budget document compendium

July 16, 2008

Here are all the various budget documents for House Bill 2436, all in one post:

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  • Budget signed today at 3:52 pm, S.L. 2008-107

    July 16, 2008
    The North Carolina FY 2008-2009 budget bill, House Bill 2436, was signed into law today at 3:52 pm today.  We received the signed bill in the Enrolling Office at 4:20 pm and has been chaptered as Session Law 2008-107.  A link to the signed budget on the web is here.
    A full compendium of legislatively produced budget documents can be found here.

    Governor signs 16 bills Friday July 11

    July 11, 2008

     

    These 16 bills were signed by the Governor on July 11, the next bill due is House Bill 2436, the budget. Bills remaining on the Governor’s desk are linked here, although some of the signed ones may show up on this list until Monday.

    Session Law 2008-80**

    HB 2364

    AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE ENCROACHMENT OF AIR SPACE ABOVE STATE ROAD 1100, RIVER ROAD, IN THE CITY OF WILMINGTON FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MATERIAL CONVEYANCE SYSTEM.

     

    Session Law 2008-81**

    HB 2529

    AN ACT TO EXTEND THE LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW COMMISSION.

     

    Session Law 2008-82**

    HB 2748

    AN ACT TO DISAPPROVE RULES ADOPTED BY THE STATE PERSONNEL COMMISSION RELATING TO TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT SERVICES AND APPOINTMENT OF TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES AND TO DIRECT THE OFFICE OF STATE PERSONNEL TO STUDY THE ISSUE OF NONPERMANENT EMPLOYMENT.

     

    Session Law 2008-83**

    HB 2523

    AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE A SILVER ALERT TO BE ISSUED FOR A PERSON OF ANY AGE, TO AUTHORIZE THE PRODUCTION OF AN EDUCATIONAL VIDEO, AND TO STUDY THE TRAINING NEEDS OF THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM IN RESPONDING TO PERSONS WITH AUTISM, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE JOINT STUDY COMMITTEE ON AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER AND PUBLIC SAFETY.

     

    Session Law 2008-84**

    SB 1825

    AN ACT TO REQUIRE THE HIGHER EDUCATION BOND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE TO REPORT ANNUALLY AND TO MEET BIANNUALLY.

     

    Session Law 2008-85**

    HB 2127

    AN ACT TO REPEAL THE LAW ESTABLISHING REGIONAL INTERAGENCY COORDINATING COUNCILS UNDER THE LAWS RELATING TO EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES FOR CHILDREN FROM BIRTH TO FIVE YEARS OF AGE WITH DISABILITIES, SO AS TO SAVE FUNDS AND AVOID DUPLICATION.

     

    Session Law 2008-86**

    HB 2360

    AN ACT TO PERMIT NATIONAL BOARD CERTIFIED TEACHERS TO SERVE AS FULL‑TIME MENTORS, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE EDUCATION OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE.

     

    Session Law 2008-87**

    HB 2390

    AN ACT TO RAISE THE CEILING ON THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY A GUARDIAN IS ALLOWED TO SELL WITHOUT A COURT ORDER UNDER THE LAWS PERTAINING TO GUARDIANSHIP, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE HOUSE STUDY COMMITTEE ON STATE GUARDIANSHIP LAWS AND THE STUDY COMMISSION ON AGING.

     

    Session Law 2008-88**

    HB 2524

    AN ACT TO DISAPPROVE A RULE ADOPTED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND APPROVED BY THE RULES REVIEW COMMISSION, TO REQUIRE THAT ANY RAW MILK DISPENSED AS ANIMAL FEED BE PROPERLY LABELED, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE TO EXEMPT UNPASTEURIZED MILK FROM THE PROVISIONS OF THE COMMERCIAL FEED ACT.

     

    Session Law 2008-89**

    SB 236

    AN ACT TO AMEND THE PROFESSIONAL HOUSEMOVING STATUTES CONTAINED IN ARTICLE 16 OF CHAPTER 20 OF THE GENERAL STATUTES.

     

     

    Session Law 2008-90**

    HB 12

    AN ACT TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF “EDUCATIONAL SERVICES” FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES; TO AMEND THE LAW TO ALLOW A DESIGNEE OR DESIGNEES OF A STUDENT’S IEP TEAM TO EVALUATE THE CONTINUED APPROPRIATENESS OF HOMEBOUND INSTRUCTION FOR DISCIPLINE PURPOSES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES AS RECOMMENDED BY THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE EDUCATION OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE; TO ADD A PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN NOT DETERMINED ELIGIBLE FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION AS RECOMMENDED BY THE HOUSE SELECT COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION OF STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES; AND TO DIRECT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION AND THE STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION TO REPORT ON CONTESTED CASES BASED ON THE ADDITIONAL PROTECTION.

     

    Session Law 2008-91**

    HB 133

    AN ACT TO EXEMPT THE USE OF ALL‑TERRAIN VEHICLES FOR BEACH DRIVING FROM THE REQUIREMENTS OF ALL‑TERRAIN VEHICLE REGULATION.

     

    Session Law 2008-92**

    SB 1687

    AN ACT TO DIRECT THE NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC HEALTH INCUBATOR PROGRAM TO REPORT ANNUALLY TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH STUDY COMMISSION, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PUBLIC HEALTH STUDY COMMISSION.

     

    Session Law 2008-93**

    HB 44

    AN ACT TO STRENGTHEN THE LAW RELATED TO VIOLATIONS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROTECTIVE ORDERS BY INCREASING THE PENALTY FOR REPEAT OFFENDERS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE.

     

    Session Law 2008-94**

    HB 1304

    AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE USE OF REMAINING END‑OF‑YEAR TUITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FUNDS FOR REPAYMENT OF OUTSTANDING ELIGIBLE STUDENT LOANS FOR MEMBERS OF THE NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD.

     

    Session Law 2008-95**

    SB 1669

    AN ACT TO CLARIFY THE AUTHORITY OF AND PROVIDE GUIDANCE TO LOCAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARDS OF TRUSTEES IN ADOPTING WRITTEN POLICIES PROHIBITING THE USE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS IN BUILDINGS, ON COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUSES, AT COMMUNITY COLLEGE-SPONSORED EVENTS, AND IN OR ON OTHER COMMUNITY COLLEGE PROPERTY, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE JUSTUS‑WARREN HEART DISEASE AND STROKE PREVENTION TASK FORCE.

     

     

     

     

     


    Bills pending on the Governor’s desk

    July 10, 2008

    We have a webpage listing bills on Governor’s Easley’s desk for action.

    He has 10 days to act on them while the General Assembly is still in session, with day one being the day AFTER it is delivered to him, and the time runs out at the END of the 10th day.  For example the deadline on HB2436 is 11:59 pm, Friday, July 18, 2008. If at sine die adjournment the 10 days has not run out on any bill on his desk, he has until the 30th day after sine die adjournment to act.

    H2436   Modify Appropriations Act of 2007.     Pres. To Gov. 7/8/2008

    As of Thursday afternoon July 10, there were 42 bills on his desk for action, listed below:

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    Bills to be ratified

    July 10, 2008

    Our bills to be ratified page shows bills that have had all the final votes in the North Carolina General Assembly, have been ordered enrolled, and await signature by the presiding officers in both houses in open session.  Next step after that is delivery to the Governor of public bills and sending to the Secretary of State local bills that become law after they are signed by the Presiding officers as they are not subject to veto. Please note when using this resources that the linked bill text is the most recent engrossed edition of the bill. if the last bill status action is either “Conference Report adopted” or “Concurred in House/Senate amendment” those two last documents are not shown. If the last action is “Committee substitute concurred in” or “Passed Third Reading” then the text is correctly shown as it will be ratified.

    Here is what is schedule to be ratified on Monday, July 14:

    07/14/2008 H15, Some Personal Leave Time/No Penalty.
    07/14/2008 H545, Clarify and Amend Various Provisions.
    07/14/2008 H2075, Honor Reidsville Football Team.
    07/14/2008 H2410, Special Asst. Income Disregard Study.
    07/14/2008 H2496, State Parks System Additions.
    07/14/2008 H2634, Caswell/Hunting on Private Property.
    07/14/2008 H2728, Supplemental Retirement Bd Trustees/Inv Emp.
    07/14/2008 S175, Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact.
    07/14/2008 S944, Change Penalty for Hit and Run Violations.
    07/14/2008 S1339, Gasoline and Fuel Alcohol Blending.
    07/14/2008 S1716, Supplemental PEG Support.
    07/14/2008 S1766, Liability Protection for Private Entities.
    07/14/2008 S1924, Require Carbon Monoxide Detectors.
    07/14/2008 S1946, Codify Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings.
    07/14/2008 S2015, School of Arts/Name Change.

    What’s pending on the Governor’s desk and what’s law from 2008

    June 19, 2008

    We have a webpage keeping up with what is pending on the Governor Easley’s desk, you can find it here:

    http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/chaptered_bills/governor_pres.pl?Biennium=2007&SessionNumber=2&StartIndex=100

    to find bills that have become law in 2008 you can go here:

    Chaptered Bills (Session Laws)