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The bill also sets dividends at 00 for the next three years and includes a provision that caps annual state spending at .1 billion.
Alternatively, you can watch the 360 North broadcast of the confirmation hearing here. the House Education Committee also held a confirmation hearing for Regent Perdue.
The committee also forwarded Regent Perdue’s name to be considered by a joint session of the legislature.
The bill, SB 33 names two of our new state ferries.
Last week saw both the House and Senate move on several of their major individual policy priorities as both bodies start positioning themselves for end-game negotiations.
Here’s an interesting factoid to start your week: the House and Senate have introduced a total of 281 bills since the session began.