Monday, November 3, 2008

Monday Quick HIts: Hot Policy Topics for This Week

North Carolina

Election Day 2008:
The biggest event of the week is Election Day 2008 on Tuesday, November 4th.  Thanks to Early Voting options we have seen 2.6 million registered voters make their choice on who will be the next leaders of our state and nation.  We encourage you if you have not yet voted to vote.  We will be posting on this blog and on our Election 2008 Blog voting information later today.
After the Election the General Assembly will be back in full swing with committee meetings.

Wednesday, Nov. 5

10 a.m. | The 21st Century Transportation Committee -- Finance Subcommittee meets, 544 LOB.

1 p.m. | The Child Fatality Task Force - Unintentional Death Committee meets, 1228/1327 LB.

1 p.m. | The Gov Ops Subcommittee-Education/Health and Human Services meets, 421 LOB.

1 p.m. | The Gov Ops Subcommittee-Statewide/Capital/Gen. Gov. meets, 544 LOB.

Thursday, Nov. 6
9 a.m. | The Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations meets, 643 LOB.

1 p.m. | The House Select Committee on Compensation for Victims of the Eugenics Sterilization Program meets, 1124 LB.


Congress is on the campaign trail.  The US Senate will be returning for a lame duck session after the election is over.  The hot topic on the Hill is an economic stimulus plan.

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