Greetings From Raleigh 7-22-05
This was an extremely busy week in Raleigh on several fronts. House and Senate members continued their work on the budget and other legislation that must pass before the session can end. Several other important topics were discussed in committee or on the House floor this week including economic incentives used to create new jobs in North Carolina, tougher restrictions and penalties to combat methamphetamine, lobbying reform, voter verifiable paper trails, and same day voting registration.
As I've said many times, I hope you will continue to let me know how you feel about the issues that are being debated by the North Carolina Legislature and the challenges you and your family are facing each day.
It continues to be an honor and a privilege to represent you in Raleigh.