by Donna Martinez
Former Senior Writer and Editor, John Locke Foundation
Carolina Journal reports on veto override action expected at the North Carolina General Assembly on Thursday.
The Republican-led N.C. House is scheduled to vote Thursday on overriding five vetoes from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper. Cooper has not yet had a veto sustained during his first year in office.
The House is scheduled to take up House Bills 140, 205, 511, 576, and 770. Legislative rules require the Senate to take initial action on the only other unresolved veto, Senate Bill 16.
What are these bills about? Keep reading the story for a description of each one.