House Passes Bill to Improve Access to Life Saving Oral Cancer Medications

Raleigh, NC- The North Carolina House passed HB 206 North Carolina Cancer Treatment Fairness by a strong bi-partisan vote of 90-22. HB 206 North Carolina Cancer Treatment Fairness was filed by Rep. David Lewis (R-Harnett), Rep. Darren Jackson (D-Wake), Rep. Donny Lambeth (R-Forsyth), and Rep. Pat McElraft (R-Carteret) in a bi-partisan effort to meet the vital needs of many North Carolinians by improving access to life saving oral cancer medications, some of which are the most effective medications on the market today. Read more

House Lawmakers File Bill to Reform Child Welfare System

Raleigh, N.C. – Representative David Lewis, along with primary sponsors Speaker Pro Tempore Stevens and Representatives Jordan and Dollar, introduced House Bill 608 the Family/Child Protection and Accountability Act, which reforms social services to better serve and protect North Carolina’s most vulnerable citizens. Read more

Rep. Lewis Introduces Legislation that Creates a Statewide Emergency Messaging System on Federal Aid Primary Roadways

Raleigh, NC- Rep. David Lewis, Rep. Jason Saine, Rep. Ken Goodman, and Rep. Ed Hanes introduced legislation today that would establish a public-private partnership between the outdoor advertising industry and the North Carolina Division of Emergency Management, Department of Public Safety, Secretary of State, Highway Patrol, North Carolina Center for Missing Persons, and Federal Emergency Management Agency. House Bill 581 Revisions to Outdoor Advertising Laws was filed today in the House and will be referred to a House Committee tomorrow. Read more

Facts About the House Bill 2 Reset

Facts About the House Bill 2 Reset:  House Bill 142 strengthens state law on shower and locker room protections with an outright preemption on regulation of access to multiple occupancy facilities by local governments. Read more

Moving Forward-A Reset of HB2

I wanted you to hear this from me first. The legislature has passed a bill to reset the law as it was before House Bill 2 from March of last year. This new bill is a commitment to the people of North Carolina which means bathroom policies are no longer up for grabs among local governments. Women and children should never have to feel vulnerable due to the actions of rogue city council members.  Read more


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