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2014 North Carolina Key Votes

Date State Bill No. Bill Title Outcome
May 29, 2014 NC SB 786 Repeals the Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate (33 - 12)
May 29, 2014 NC SB 786 Repeals the Moratorium on Hydraulic Fracturing Bill Passed - House (64 - 50)
July 16, 2014 NC SB 812 Repeals Common Core Standards Conference Report Adopted - House (71 - 34)
July 10, 2014 NC SB 812 Repeals Common Core Standards Conference Report Adopted - Senate (33 - 12)
July 28, 2014 NC HB 1181 Establishes Commercial Managed Care for Medicaid Recipients Bill Passed - Senate (29 - 17)
Aug. 2, 2014 NC SB 744 2014-2015 Budget Conference Report Adopted - House (66 - 44)
Aug. 1, 2014 NC SB 744 2014-2015 Budget Conference Report Adopted - Senate (33 - 10)
July 30, 2014 NC HB 1133 Amends Technical Language in Education, Firearm, and Economic Statutes Bill Passed - Senate (39 - 10)
July 25, 2014 NC HB 1133 Amends Technical Language in Education, Firearm, and Economic Statutes Bill Passed - House (61 - 35)
July 24, 2014 NC HB 1224 Amends Sales Tax Laws Bill Passed - Senate (32 - 16)
Aug. 19, 2014 NC HB 1224 Amends Sales Tax Laws Conference Report Rejected - House (47 - 54)
Aug. 1, 2014 NC HB 1224 Amends Sales Tax Laws Conference Report Adopted - Senate (32 - 11)

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  4. The vote was passed or defeated by a very close margin
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