A proposal to cut in half the number of children eligible for the state's free pre-kindergarten program won House approval Tuesday. Meanwhile, the House also gave final approval to a bill allowing in-stand beer sales at professional sporting events.
State House lawmakers voted late Monday night to allow concealed weapons on college campuses, greenways, bike trails, at sporting events and in businesses that serve alcohol.
A bill that passed a key House committee Tuesday would tighten rules for NC Pre-K, roughly halving the number of 4-year-olds eligible for the state-funded program.
A proposal filed Thursday would drastically reduce the number of 4-year olds eligible for NC Pre-K.
A House resolution supporting the creation of an official religion in North Carolina will never come to a vote, officials said Thursday.