Budget passes…without my vote The good in this year’s $23 B budget was overshadowed by missed opportunities, unexplained cuts and a projected $1.2 B revenue decrease by 2020 following another cut to personal and corporate income tax rates scheduled to begin in 2019. I could not vote for it. Missed opportunities With a $581 M […]
About Gale Adcock
Gale Adcock is serving her second term in the North Carolina General Assembly as Representative for District 41. Previously, Gale served as mayor pro tem and a member of the Cary Town Council from 2007 to 2014.
Gale has been a Nurse Practitioner for over 25 years and is Chief Health Officer at SAS Institute. She has served as the president of the North Carolina Nurses Association, Chair of the North Carolina Center for Nursing and is adjunct faculty at Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, and ECU.
Entries by Gale Adcock
Click your way through District 41 I’m excited to announce my newly launched constituent website at https://adcock.nc.house/. Access web pages for Cary, Apex and Morrisville, Wake county government and the NC General Assembly. See a list of bills I have sponsored and co-sponsored this session and click on live links to read those of particular interest […]
Based on the number of email messages, phone calls and legislative visits I receive, nonpartisan redistricting is the #1 issue on the minds of District 41 residents. On Thursday, May 18 please join me and other Cary, Apex and Morrisville elected officials for a Town Hall Meeting on this hot topic.
Historically crossover week is a flurry of extra committee meetings, long daily House and Senate calendars, and lengthy floor sessions. This year’s crossover week was no exception.
HB 2 repeal The March 30 vote on HB 142 (Reset S.L. 2016-3) was one of the most gut-wrenching votes I have taken since being elected to the House. After hours of caucus deliberation, introspection, and after talking with and listening to many people including the Governor, I voted for the bill which passed the […]
The LONG session begins Legislators were sworn in en masse Jan 11, then returned Jan 25 for the official start of legislative business. The odd-year legislative session (aka the long session) typically starts in late Jan and ends in July. Legislative sessions have been anything but typical for several years and it’s anyone’s guess when we’ll […]
Conference budget passes July 1 The major objective of the even-year short session is to adjust the biennial budget passed the previous year in the long session. This year’s budget adjustment was on the positive side, with money added for salaries, education, infrastructure and health services. While not perfect the budget that passed the House […]
Two special sessions called A ruling by the US District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina that two of North Carolina’s 13 Congressional districts were racially gerrymandered required the legislature to come back into session February 16-19 to approve a new Congressional district map. Although only two districts were challenged, the House Redistricting […]
General Assembly adjourns, at last The House adjourned in the wee hours of September 30. I received the most constituent emails about these four bills taken up during the few weeks between the budget vote and adjournment: Economic incentives/sales taxes HB 117, NC Competes Act, had seven parts. Two were specific to economic incentives; the […]
Eleven weeks after the start of the fiscal year, during which time select House and Senate budget writers worked behind closed doors to negotiate huge differences between the House and Senate budgets, the House passed the conference budget after midnight on Friday, September 18 on a 81-33 vote. Homework begins Over the three legislative days […]