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Monday, February 7, 2011

N C GOP Came Ready To Govern

NC Leaders Rep. Thom Tillis, right, and Sen. Phil Berger,left.
I cannot recall anything like this before in 34 years of covering the place - where members came to Raleigh ready to work right away, announced a schedule for when the budget would be voted on or when a final version would be approved.
Wrote Jack Betts Charlotte Observer


guy faulkes said...

Other people must think the same. This is from a hunting blog to which I visit.

The Castle Doctrine has just been introduced int the Senate. According to my Representative in the House, it will shortly be introduced there. His office says that there will be more legislation concerning guns and concealed carry introduced later.

If you have a concern over concealed carry laws, gun laws, or hunting laws, now is the time to do something about it.

I got off my lazy butt and sent an email and called. You can to. Below is the contact information.

State Senate

State House

Anonymous said...

I hope that every elected representative reads and understands this important point!

"Pretty soon Republican patience wore thin with Democrats' attempts to preserve those items. Sen. Bob Rucho, R-Mecklenburg, spoke for a number of GOP members who for years sat in the minority and watched while Democrats got their way. Pointing his finger, Rucho said, "You spent us to death.... Pay attention - this is what you should have done when you had a turn. Don't come crying about jobs now."

guy faulkes said...

A good example.

Also the Castle Doctrine has been introduced in the House with Jordan as a co-sponsor,