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2023 Legislative Session Begins in Earnest

Outside of North Carolina Legislature Building where General Assembly meets

Following an “organizational session” on January 11, state lawmakers returned to Raleigh today to begin the 2023 Regular Legislative Session in earnest. The State Senate held a pro-forma session with little formal business, while House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) handed out gavels to members who will be chairing various committees in the State House of Representatives.

It usually takes the General Assembly several weeks to get up and running at full speed, so stay tuned for NC Family’s email updates and Action Alerts, and visit our website often at to stay on top of the latest news.

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