Author: Frank Iler

Last week at the North Carolina General Assembly was short and to the point.  The weather in Raleigh turned cold and blustery, and the House and Senate were both ready to complete our business and get back home to our …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – November 18, 2019 Read More »

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, N.C. — [Nov. 12, 2019]  — State Representative Frank Iler of Brunswick County announced today that he will seek a new term in the recently re-drawn House District 17. Prior to the recent court-mandated redistricting, District 17 included …

Representative Frank Iler to seek re-election in newly re-drawn House District Read More »

While the weather in Raleigh was unsettled last week, the atmosphere inside the North Carolina General Assembly was hot and blustery.  Bills were focused on increasing educator pay, storm recovery funds, tax reform, and making sure non-citizens don’t vote in …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – November 4, 2019 Read More »

After a week back in our districts, the N.C. House of Representatives returned to Raleigh last week.  While the atmosphere at the North Carolina General Assembly was warming up with important committee meetings and bill debates, some very important events …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – October 28, 2019 Read More »

While meetings were going on several days last week in the North Carolina General Assembly, most of the action on the House floor was on Wednesday.  We passed parts of the 2019 – 2021 budget, also known as “mini-budgets”.  This …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – October 14, 2019 Read More »

Even with the hot days in Raleigh last week, the week started coolly in the North Carolina General Assembly. Then things heated up when we started debating bills to fund the “Raise the Age” legislation and to remove non-citizens from …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – October 7, 2019 Read More »

Last week in Raleigh was much cooler than the long, hot summer months experienced this year.  The mood in the North Carolina General Assembly had also cooled somewhat.  There were several unanimous votes in the House and the Senate on …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – September 23, 2019 Read More »

The last two weeks have been very eventful, both in the North Carolina General Assembly in Raleigh and in the coastal parts of our state.  After Hurricane Dorian ran up the coast the first week of the month, the legislature …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – September 17, 2019 Read More »

Last week in the North Carolina General Assembly we had a new group of bills giving Highway Patrol, correctional officers, and other state employees their budgeted raises, reducing testing for our public school students, and combating election fraud. Last Wednesday …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – September 2, 2019 Read More »

As the heat in Raleigh tried to moderate last week, the temperature inside the Legislative Building seemed to go up.  A group of controversial bills came to the House floor, received extensive debate, and had close votes.  We had bills …

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – August 26, 2019 Read More »