Raleigh, N.C. — The General Assembly went back to work Thursday in a effort to finally wrap up their summer session. Senators have sent the House not one, not two, but three adjournment resolutions.
Senators have also tied a fix to how funding for teachers and teaching assistants work sought by school districts to an economic development bill. The TA fix won't pass unless a measure allowing counties to levy new sales taxes and creating a new state job catalyst fund does.
On Friday, House and Senate leaders are scheduled to vote on a regulatory reform bill.