Paul Stam

North Carolina House Republican Leader

February 19th, 2015 RALEIGH – We read numerous editorials decrying the revenue “shortfall” this year.  This is always coupled with complaints about particular tax rate cuts from the historic 2013 tax reform.  But there is no “shortfall” in revenue. The cautious conservative “consensus” revenue forecast for the general fund for FY 2014 -15 is $20,730,100,000. […]

2015 Speaker Pro Tempore Acceptance Speech and Video(0)

2015 Organizational Session North Carolina House of Representatives Rep. Paul Stam – Acceptance Speech January 14, 2015 (edited for grammar and clarity) Click HERE to listen to the audio. Click HERE for a Video of Rep. Stam’s speech on the Magna Carta by Kelly McCullen – Sr. Producer, UNC-TV’s “Legislative Week in Review” Speaker Pro Tempore […]

North Carolina House of Representatives Prayers 2011-2014(0)

Prayers in the North Carolina House of Representatives – 2011 to 2014 The above link takes you to all of the collected prayers offered in the North Carolina House from 2011 to 2014. The impetus for this project was not spiritual but legal. With the legal reasons for this collection no longer relevant I share them […]

Happy New Year from Rep. Stam(0)

Wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year. From Rep. Paul Stam  

Indian Gaming Resources(0)

Below you will find the 2011 Tribal-State Compact, the Addendum to the 2011 Compact, and transcriptions of the House and Senate debates of Session Law 2012-6, “An Act to Authorize Additional Class III Gambling on Indian Lands Pursuant to a Tribal-State Gaming Compact, to Create the Indian Gaming Education Revenue Fund, and to Appropriate Funds.” I […]

The Roots of the Eugenics Movement(0)

Eugenics in North Carolina By: Rep. Paul Stam and Amy O’Neal[1] August 13, 2014   The Roots of the Eugenics Movement Today the thought of sterilizing someone against his or her will seems preposterous. However, such a practice was endorsed in the early 20th century by many well-known and well-respected philanthropists like the Rockefellers, the […]

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