Author: Frank Iler

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

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 – September 23, 2019

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 17, 2019

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 2, 2019

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 – August 26, 2019

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 20, 2019

One good thing about a short week in Raleigh is the chance to meet with people back home in the district.  Last week in the North Carolina General Assembly ended in time to get back Thursday to the district.  We

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – August 12, 2019

Last week in the North Carolina General Assembly was a longer week than most summer sessions with voting sessions in the House on four days, as well as several committee meetings.  We were able to get final House action on

Legislative Update from Rep. Frank Iler – August 5, 2019

Last week in the North Carolina General Assembly was a short week in Raleigh, but many activities were going on back in our districts.  Brunswick County had a particularly large honor for our law enforcement community, we had a veto

Legislative Update from Representative Frank Iler – July 29, 2019

  Last week in the North Carolina General Assembly was short, but we were able to pass some bills that had been lingering in both the House and Senate for a while. In the House they dealt mainly with education,

Legislative Update from Representative Frank Iler – July 22, 2019

Last week in the North Carolina General Assembly was short, but as intense as the heat outside in Raleigh. There was controversy over public schools, over sports betting, and over appointments to various boards and commissions.  We also continued debating in

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