Democrats largely shifted to back the governor's veto of a drug testing bill. However, most Republicans stuck by their votes on two bills vetoed by the governor.
The state House has voted to pass bills requiring background checks and drug screening for certain welfare benefits and relaxing rules for E-verify background checks. The state Senate will take up the veto overrides Wednesday morning.
Vote tallies from the 2013 General Assembly session reveal those with perfect attendance, rebel lawmakers and the most loyal of the opposition.
Approval ratings for Gov. Pat McCrory and the Republican-led General Assembly have plummeted in recent weeks, according to a poll released Wednesday.
The first term Republican governor is still sifting through bills from his first General Assembly session. And even by his own metrics, there are goals left on the table.