Paul Stam

North Carolina House Republican Leader

John Locke Foundation – Special Event on the  800th Anniversary of Magna Carta at Campbell University School of Law Representative Paul Stam Speaker Pro Tempore House of Representatives North Carolina General Assembly  June 25, 2015 Magna Carta was a deal between the nobility and King John. He was in deep trouble and barely kept the […]

What the Highway Safety/Citizens Protection Act would really do…(0)

What the Highway Safety / Citizens Protection Act will do:  Truth from Facts – June 11, 2015 – Let’s study HB 328 together. In addition to the bill, the staff committee summary is helpful. 300,000 – 400,000 North Carolinians are victims of identity theft each year. Counterfeiting of documents for identification wreaks havoc on lives, […]

May 2015 Legislative Update(0)

May 28, 2015 Friends, Much has happened since I last wrote to you on April 17, 2015. Praise God! The prolife bill HB 465 passed the House 74 to 45. It increases waiting periods after informed consent has been obtained from 24 hours to 72 hours. In contrast a Medicaid sterilization requires a 30 day […]

The True Rate Cut on Sales Tax and the Calculations(0)

May 1, 2015 The People’s Forum PO Box 191 Raleigh, NC 27602   Letter to the Editor – News and Observer RE:  Tax Rate Cut Editor:   In reference to “Stam’s Omissions” April 30, 2015, your correspondents and others may appreciate more facts on state sales tax rate relief. On July 1, 2011 the reduction in […]

NC House Passes 72 Hour Waiting Period 74-45(0)

                 From the Office of Rep. Jacqueline M. Schaffer House of Representatives District 105 — Mecklenburg County  PRESS ADVISORY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE — Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 — RALEIGH – House Bill 465: 72 Hours Informed Consent by Person or Phone passed the House by a vote of 74 – 45. While the bill improves data collection […]

The April Report(0)

April 17, 2015  Friends, Much has happened since I last wrote you on the Ides of March. The General Assembly passed and the Governor signed Senate Bill 20 which stabilizes the gas tax for the rest of the year at $.36 /gallon. This is a temporary tax rate decrease followed by a temporary tax rate increase followed […]

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