NC House Votes Not to Concur with Senate Budget; Conferees Announced
On Wednesday, June 8, the North Carolina House voted 114-0 not to concur with the Senate’s version of the budget. Additionally, both chambers have now announced their appointees to Conference Committee, which we expect to begin early next week.
email@example.comNCAH Legislative Update – June 10, 2016
NC Senate Releases Budget – Does Not Include Funding for the Healthy Corner Store Initiative; Reduces Funding for You Quit, Two Quit
At 11:57pm on May 31, the North Carolina Senate released their version of the budget. The Senate budget does not include funding for the Healthy Corner Store Initiative. Additionally, the budget decreases funding for You Quit, Two Quit to $200,000. The Senate is expected to vote on the budget Thursday, June 2 and Friday, June 3. If the House votes not to concur, a Conference Committee will be appointed to debate any differences between the House and Senate budgets.
firstname.lastname@example.orgNCAH Legislative Update – June 2, 2016
NC House Passes Budget – Includes Funding for
the Healthy Corner Store Initiative
and You Quit, Two Quit
On May 19, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed their version of the budgetin a 103-12 vote. The budget included both funding for the Healthy Corner Store Initiative and You Quit, Two Quit. The Senate is expected to introduce and vote on the Senate budget by June 3. A Conference Committee will then discuss both budgets and come to an agreement on differences.
email@example.comNCAH Legislative Update – May 19, 2016
The 2016 legislative short session is underway and things are moving quickly! The House Appropriations Committee will vote on the House budget next Tuesday, May 17, and the full House is expected to vote on the budget by Friday, May 20.
ALERT: NCAH is working to ensure that the House includes full funding for
the Healthy Corner Store Initiative in their budget proposal.Take action now!
firstname.lastname@example.orgNCAH Legislative Update – May 12, 2016
With the first day of legislative short session less than one week away I wanted to update you on NCAH’s priorities this session. These priorities were approved by the membership at the March 7, 2016, membership meeting.
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Healthy Food for Healthy Children By Morgan Wittman Gramann, Managing Director, NC Alliance for Health
North Carolina is in the midst of a childhood health crisis. Children across the state are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, some cancers, and other chronic diseases because they lack access to healthy, nutritious food. Families want to be healthy, but too many simply have nowhere to buy affordable lean meats, whole grains, fruits and vegetables.
firstname.lastname@example.orgHealthy Food for Healthy Children
Join NCAH and Youth Empowered Solutions for a FREE youth empowerment training for adults!This training will focus onempowering youth, in partnership with adults, to create community change. Please register by Tuesday, March 15.
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