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The modern North Carolina state legislator is the heir to a long and distinguished heritage that has evolved through the centuries in the life of the state. The current Constitution of North Carolina provides the legislator with a unique set of powers; however, their exercise must comport within certain bounds.
The North Carolina General Assembly reconvenes in Raleigh January 16 to discuss key issues. In this article, state legislators provide their expectations of the upcoming session. Lieutenant Governor Jim Hunt believes medical care and medical education could be the biggest issues, in addition to the energy crisis and its effects on the state’s economy.
This article includes profiles of six key lawmakers in the 1973 North Carolina General Assembly. They are Gordon P. Allen, William Thomas Watkins, J. Russell Kirby, Carl Stewart, Ralph H. Scott, and Liston B. Ramsey.
The 1937 Legislature tackled several major topics pertaining to the state's participation in the new Social Security Policy and issues in agriculture concerning crop control and soil conservation. Top priority was given to agreement over a new state budget.