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What Businesses Should Know About the 2017 North Carolina Legislative Session

The North Carolina General Assembly has left Raleigh after enacting a biennial budget and considering hundreds of bills during a six-month session. Legislators will return in August and September to consider other matters...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - June, 2017 #5

This week the General Assembly worked through the final bills of the session as the chambers prepared for adjournment of the 2017 long session....more

North Carolina Legislative Update - June, 2017 #4

This week the General Assembly gave final approval to the two-year state spending plan and heard various bills as rumors of adjournment started to stir. Budget (SB257) - This week the House and Senate passed the final...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - June, 2017 #3

This week at the General Assembly, budget conversations continued while both the House and Senate considered noteworthy bills. Budget Process (S257) - Thursday afternoon House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) expressed...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - June, 2017 #2

This week at the General Assembly, budget conversations continued while both the House and Senate considered noteworthy bills. Budget Process (S257) - Both chambers appointed members to the conference committee for...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - June, 2017

This week at the General Assembly, the House approved its proposed budget for the biennium while the Senate continued committee work. House Budget Proposal (S257) - The House voted to adopt its version of the budget...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - May, 2017 #4

This week at the General Assembly, Senate Committees were busy while House Budget leaders rolled out parts of their version of the budget in subcommittees. House leaders have indicated they hope to hold a vote on the budget...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - May, 2017 #3

This week at the General Assembly the Senate focused on moving legislation through committees while House Budget leaders focused on the budget bill (S 257). House leaders have indicated they hope to hold votes on the budget...more

North Carolina Legislative Update, March, 2017 #4

This week at the legislature, Senate confirmations continued as rumors of another potential HB2 compromise swirled. Confirmations - Senate committees are continuing the process of confirming Governor Cooper's...more

North Carolina Legislative Update, March, 2017 #3

This week at the legislature, Senate confirmations continued as committees in both chambers received informational presentations and voted on bills. Confirmations - Senate committees are continuing the process of...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - March, 2017 #2

This week the pace quickens within the House and Senate policy committees while the Appropriations committees received presentations on Governor Cooper's proposed budget recommendations. Regulatory Reform (HB131) -...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - March, 2017

While various bills made their way through committees and chambers this week, the highlight was the release of Governor Cooper's proposed Budget Recommendations for fiscal years 2017-2018. Secretary Hall Confirmed -...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - February, 2017 #3

Eminent Domain (HB3) - A bill that seeks to amend the State's Constitution to prohibit the exercise of eminent domain to condemn private property except for public use passed through the House this week after being...more

North Carolina Legislative Update - February 3, 2017

North Carolina Legislators made their way back to Raleigh for the beginning of the 2017 long session on January 25th. With returning members settling into their new offices and new members getting acclimated to Raleigh, no...more

New Year Brings New Leadership to North Carolina State Government

The new year brings a number of new leaders to State government in Raleigh. These changes could impact policy in significant ways. ...more

How Election Results Will Impact North Carolina Businesses

After a lengthy and contentious campaign, voters have chosen new leaders for our nation and state. Those choices could impact North Carolina businesses in a number of significant ways....more

What Businesses Should Know About the 2016 North Carolina Legislative Session

The North Carolina General Assembly has completed its 2016 "short" session. A number of bills considered by Legislators will impact businesses of all types. Here are some highlights from this year's session....more

North Carolina Legislative Update - July 2016

It is a busy week at the General Assembly as legislators are pushing through the final days of the 2016 short session. The legislature is expected to adjourn for the year either late today, July 5, or tomorrow, July 6. The...more

North Carolina Legislative Update

Budget negotiations continued behind closed doors this week, with Speaker Tim Moore and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, Senator Phil Berger, working to resolve the final differences between the two chambers’ spending...more

Legislative Update

With negotiations on the budget bill (HB 1030) still continuing outside the public view, this week the General Assembly focused on other issues. Tax Proposals; Services Tax Clarifications and New Market Jobs Act - ...more

Legislative Update

With negotiations on the budget bill (H1030) continuing outside the public view, this week the General Assembly focused on other issues. Body Cameras (H972) - The House Judiciary II Committee approved a plan to...more

Legislative Update

Senate Passes Budget Bill (HB1030) - The State Senate passed its version of the 2016-17 spending plan this week, setting the stage for a conference committee to work out the differences between the two chambers’...more

How will the March Primary and 2016 Legislative Session impact businesses operating in North Carolina?

Given their potential impact on businesses operating in North Carolina, it’s important to watch the 2016 primary election results and this year’s Legislative session....more

New North Carolina Law Provides Tool to Battle Patent Trolls

The North Carolina General Assembly recently passed a bill aimed at the abusive assertion of patents. It was part of the Commerce Protection Act of 2014 (S 648, S.L. 2014-110, section 2.1) and was signed into law by Governor...more

Ten Things to Know About the 2014 North Carolina Legislative Session

The North Carolina General Assembly has completed its 2014 session. During this “short session,” Legislators focused primarily on adjusting the second year of the State budget enacted last year, but also considered a number...more

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