It is going to be a very busy week at the North Carolina General Assembly. With under 16 days to go until the election, committee meetings are scheduled for every day this week. Planning ahead we see a big decrease in meetings for next week. There are some meetings of great interest to our community this week. There is a Health Care Oversight meeting on Tuesday and then on Thursday the House Select Committee on Compensation for Victims of Eugenics Sterilization Program meets.
As always, all of these meetings are open to the public.
Monday, Oct. 20
10 a.m. | The Child Fatality Taskforce meets, 1228/1327 LB.
Tuesday, Oct. 21
10 a.m. | The Health Care Oversight meets, Joint Legislative Committee meets, 1228/1327 LB.
10 a.m. | The House Select Committee on Televising Sessions meets, 1425 LB.
10 a.m. | The Agency Review Sub-Committee of Joint Legislative Committee on Domestic Violence meets, 421 LOB.
Wednesday, Oct. 22
10 a.m. | The Legislative Study Commission on Children and Youth meets, 1027/1128 LB.
1 p.m. | The Joint Select Committee on Arts Education meets, 1228/1327 LB.
Thursday, Oct. 23
10 a.m. | The North Carolina Study Commission on Aging meets, 544 LOB.
1 p.m. | The House Select Committee on Compensation for Victims of the Eugenics Sterilization Program meets, 1124/1224 LB.
1 p.m. | The House Study Committee on Unbanked and Underbanked Consumers meets, 1228/1327 LB.