Raleigh, N.C. — Good morning and welcome to Today@NCCapitol for Thursday, June 23. Here's what's going on at the legislature:
GUNS: Sen. Jay Chaudhuri, D-Wake, holds a news conference to call for "legislation that prevents individuals on the FBI Terrorist Watch List from purchasing firearms in North Carolina."
HOUSE FLOOR (11 a.m.): House members will debate a bill that would exempt police body camera and dashboard camera video from the state's public records law. WRAL.com plans to carry this session live online.
SENATE FLOOR (11 a.m.): Senators will take up a bill that would ban sex offenders from certain places where children congregate.
COMMITTEES: The General Assembly publishes a full committee calendar daily. Here's some of what we're keeping an eye on:
Senate Rules (8:45 a.m.): The committee is scheduled to take up House Bill 593, one of several regulatory reform measures working its way through the legislature.
Senate Judiciary I (10 a.m.): The committee is scheduled to take up House Bill 678, which would amend several of the laws governing North Carolina's Innocence Inquiry Commission.