North Carolina 2nd Amendment Legislation Held Hostage

 Here is this week’s agenda for House Judiciary Subcommittee A. Every piece of legislation being discussed this week is newer than the list of 2nd amendment, immigration and law enforcement legislation that this committee is holding back from being passed. Unless we contact the members of this committee to release the legislation listed in this article, all of them will be buried.

Judiciary Subcommittee A
House Standing Committee

 
Details
 

Members

 

 

Chairman Rep. Blust
Members Rep. M. Alexander, Rep. Blackwell, Rep. Crawford, Rep. Daughtry, Rep. Faison, Rep. Hall, Rep. Howard, Rep. Jackson, Rep. Killian, Rep. McGrady, Rep. Mills, Rep. Randleman, Rep. Ross

May 11, 2011
JUDICIARY/A 1228/1327 10:00 am
 
 H.B. 530 Conforming Changes/Persons W/Disabilities Act.
H.B. 572 Accountability for Publicly Funded Nonprofits.
H.B. 597 UI/Fix Aggrieved Party Definition.
H.B. 623 Eliminate Agency Final Decision Authority.
H.B. 644 Establish Pharmacy Audit Rights.
H.B. 649 Amend Grounds/License Revocation/Bail Bondsman.
H.B. 673 Street Gang Nuisance Abatement.
H.B. 687 Local Abuse of Authority Attorneys Fees.
H.B. 691 Chief Magistrate.
H.B. 805 Additional Name Change Requirements.
H.B. 843 Modernize NC Emergency Management Act.
 
 
May 4th, 2011
JUDICIARY/A 1228/1327 10:00 am
 
H.B. 174 Commercial Real Estate Broker Lien Act.
 H.B. 348 Offenders/No Access to Personnel Records.-AB
 H.B. 379 Uniform Depositions and Discovery Act.
 H.B. 380 Amend RCP/Electronically Stored Information.
 H.B. 493 Landlord Tenant Law Changes.
 H.B. 737 Strengthen Child Safety Laws/Care Facilities.
 

Is the Republican controlled House is doing the work that we elected them to do based on the May 4th and 11th agendas of this subcommittee?

David DeGerolamo
 
 
Short Title: Public Contracts/Illegal Immigrants. (Public) Sponsors: Representatives H. Warren, Cleveland, and Folwell (Primary Sponsors). For a complete list of Sponsors, see Bill Information on the NCGA Web Site. Referred to: Government, if favorable, Judiciary Subcommittee A. February 7, 2011
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT PROHIBITING STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS WITH CONTRACTORS WHO EMPLOY ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS AND REQUIRING CONTRACTORS TO VERIFY AND CERTIFY THEIR EMPLOYEES’ LEGAL STATUS OR AUTHORIZATION TO WORK IN THE UNITED STATES.
 
 
Short Title: The Castle Doctrine. (Public) Sponsors: Representatives Spear, Owens, and Crawford (Primary Sponsors). For a complete list of Sponsors, see Bill Information on the NCGA Web Site. Referred to: Judiciary Subcommittee A on 03/22/2011.
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO CLARIFY WHEN A PERSON MAY USE DEFENSIVE FORCE TO PROTECT AGAINST THE UNLAWFUL AND FORCIBLE ENTRY INTO THE PERSON’S DWELLING BY ANOTHER, TO PREVENT THE REMOVAL OF A PERSON AGAINST HIS OR HER WILL FROM THE PERSON’S DWELLING, AND TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON IS JUSTIFIED IN USING DEFENSIVE FORCE IN THESE CIRCUMSTANCES AND SO IS IMMUNE FROM CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AND CIVIL ACTION FOR THE USE OF SUCH FORCE.
 
Short Title: Firearm in Locked Motor Vehicle/Parking Lot. (Public) Sponsors: Representatives Shepard, Hilton, Cleveland, and Barnhart (Primary Sponsors). For a complete list of Sponsors, see Bill Information on the NCGA Web Site. Referred to: Judiciary Subcommittee A. February 10, 2011
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT NO BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE, OR EMPLOYER SHALL PROHIBIT THE TRANSPORTATION OR STORAGE OF A FIREARM OR AMMUNITION WHEN THE FIREARM AND AMMUNITION ARE LOCKED OUT OF SIGHT IN A MOTOR VEHICLE, TO PROVIDE THAT A BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE, OR EMPLOYER IS LIABLE TO ANYONE INJURED AS A RESULT OF AN UNLAWFUL PROHIBITION, TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON MAY BRING A CIVIL ACTION TO ENFORCE THE RIGHT TO TRANSPORT AND STORE A FIREARM AND AMMUNITION IN A LOCKED MOTOR VEHICLE ON THE PROPERTY OF A BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE, OR EMPLOYER, AND TO PROVIDE THAT A BUSINESS, COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE, OR EMPLOYER IS NOT CIVILLY LIABLE FOR DAMAGES RESULTING FROM ANOTHER PERSON’S ACTIONS INVOLVING A FIREARM TRANSPORTED OR STORED IN A LOCKED VEHICLE IN A MANNER THAT COMPLIES WITH STATE LAW.
 
 
Short Title: Castle Doctrine. (Public) Sponsors: Representatives Hilton, Randleman, Cleveland, and R. Brown (Primary Sponsors). For a complete list of Sponsors, see Bill Information on the NCGA Web Site. Referred to: Judiciary Subcommittee A. February 14, 2011
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO PROVIDE WHEN THE USE OF FORCE OR THE USE OF DEADLY FORCE IS JUSTIFIABLE IN DEFENSE OF SELF, OTHERS, OR ONE’S HOME OR VEHICLE, OR IN PREVENTING THE COMMISSION OF A FORCIBLE FELONY, AND TO PROVIDE IMMUNITY FROM CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AND CIVIL ACTION IN THOSE CIRCUMSTANCES.
 
Short Title: Concealed Carry Permit/Elected Officials. (Public) Sponsors: Representative LaRoque (Primary Sponsor). For a complete list of Sponsors, see Bill Information on the NCGA Web Site. Referred to: Judiciary Subcommittee A. February 28, 2011
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON ELECTED TO A PUBLIC OFFICE IN NORTH CAROLINA OR APPOINTED TO FILL A VACANCY IN ONE OF THOSE OFFICES WHO HAS A CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT MAY CARRY A CONCEALED HANDGUN AND MAY CARRY A POCKET KNIFE ANYWHERE IN THE STATE WHILE HOLDING THAT OFFICE, UNLESS OTHERWISE PROHIBITED BY FEDERAL LAW.
 
 
Short Title: Purchase of Firearms in Other States. (Public)
Sponsors: Representatives Hollo, Gillespie, Hilton, and Jones (Primary Sponsors).
For a complete list of Sponsors, see Bill Information on the NCGA Web Site.
Referred to: Judiciary Subcommittee A.
March 3, 2011
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT A PERSON MAY BUY A FIREARM IN ANOTHER STATE, PROVIDED THE PERSON SATISFIES THE APPROPRIATE BACKGROUND CHECKS.
 
Short Title: Support Law Enforcement/Safe Neighborhoods. (Public) Sponsors: Representatives Cleveland, Blust, and Hilton (Primary Sponsors). For a complete list of Sponsors, see Bill Information on the NCGA Web Site. Referred to: Judiciary Subcommittee A, if favorable, Commerce and Job Development. March 15, 2011
 
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ENACT THE SUPPORT OUR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SAFE NEIGHBORHOODS ACT.

      
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