February 15, 2018 •
North Carolina General Assembly Adjourns Legislative Session
The North Carolina General Assembly adjourned its reconvened session on Tuesday, February 13. Lawmakers passed a single piece of legislation, House Bill 90.
The bill reduces class-sizes for kindergarten through third grade in addition to changing the makeup of the elections and ethics board.
Last month, the North Carolina Supreme Court struck down the board, which was supposed to be comprised of four Democrats and four Republicans.
The bill would add a ninth board member who could be neither a Democrat nor a Republican.
Gov. Cooper has 30 days to sign, veto, or let the bill become law without his signature.
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