House - 26
Contact Info

Room 2207
16 W. Jones St.
(919) 733-5605
N..Daughtry@ncleg.net

Bill Abbreviations
2R – Second Reading
3R – Third Reading
MC – Motion to Concur
ACR – Adopt Conference Report
VO – Veto Override
A# - Amendment (and corresponding number to amendment)
MSR – Motion to Suspend the Rules
RCS – Roll Call Number
Legend
Voted Conservatively
Did Not Vote Conservatively
Absent/No Vote
Excused Vote

N. Leo Daughtry (R)

Score: 81.3 out of 100
Rank: 51 out of 120
 

This bill reforms spending and practices to find and prevent wasteful spending in government. Civitas believes the conservative position is to reduce unnecessary government spending and waste whenever possible to most effectively utilize taxpayer's money.

Roll Call Vote #1731
2016-04-12

This bill exempts vehicles less than 3 years old and that have less than 70,000 miles from vehicle emissions inspections. Civitas believes the conservative position is to limit unnecessary government regulation while also ensuring reasonable environmental stewardship.

Roll Call Vote #1803
2016-04-12

This bill de-annexes several towns that were involuntarily annexed and protects these towns from re-annexation for the next 12 years. Civitas believes the conservative position is to protect private property owners and allow citizens to determine whether or not they want to be part of a city.

Roll Call Vote #1344
2016-04-12

This bill allows community colleges to opt out of federal loan plans. Civitas belives the conservative position is to allow colleges to make sound financial decisions that allow them to avoid sanctions and lower college ratings due to high student default rates.

Roll Call Vote #1498
2016-04-12

This bill prohibits the state from defining the rate of sea-level rise, for purposes of crafting regulations, until 2016 and also requests that updates be made to an initial report indicating drastic sea-level rise. Civitas believes the conservative position is to only use realistic, science-based projections of sea-level rise to protect the development and economic growth of North Carolina's coastal counties.

Roll Call Vote #1799
2016-04-12

This bill requires that a referendum vote be required by the area's registered voters before that area can be annexed by a municipality. Civitas believes the conservative position is to protect private property owners and allow citizens to determine whether or not they want to be part of a city.

Roll Call Vote #1345
2016-04-12

This bill modifies last year's budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The Senate version was more conservative as it was less reliant on one-time funds, put money away in a "rainy day" fund, and implemented a merit-pay system for teachers. Civitas believes the conservative position is to avoid unnecessary spending while ensuring the tax burden on individuals and businesses is minimized as much as possible.

Roll Call Vote #1371
2016-04-12

This bill modifies last year's budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Civitas believes the conservative position is to avoid unnecessary spending while ensuring the tax burden on individuals and businesses is minimized as much as possible.

Roll Call Vote #1779
2016-04-12

This bill exempts from state air toxins regulations those sources of emissions that are already subject to federal emissions requirements. Civitas believes the conservative position is to limit unnecessary government regulation while also ensuring reasonable environmental stewardship.

Roll Call Vote #1347
2016-04-12

This bill hastens the process of transferring government land and property to the private sector. Civitas believes the conservative position is to allow private organizations and individuals to determine how to most effectively and efficiently use land and property.

Roll Call Vote #1701
2016-04-12

This bill is a second attempt to amend the Racial Justice Act by beginning to restore the concept that justice is blind and that random statistics have no place in the courts. Civitas believes the conservative position is to ensure that justice is served in a fair and legal manner and is blind to the issue of race.

Roll Call Vote #1752
2016-04-12

This bill eliminates the dues checkoff option for public school employees, including the NC Association of Educators. Civitas believes the conservative position is to give school employees greater choice when selecting professional associations and allow them to consciously determine what associations to support.

Roll Call Vote #1332
2016-04-12

This bill provides all education employee associations with equal access to employees at schools and prohibits schools from favoring any particular education employee association. Civitas believes the conservative position is to give school employees greater choice when selecting professional associations and allow them to consciously determine what associations to support.

Roll Call Vote #1694
2016-04-12

This bill creates modern regulations for energy production, including hydraulic fracturing. Civitas believes the conservative position is to expand North Carolina's energy explortation potential to create new jobs and provide cost-effective energy to consumers.

Roll Call Vote #1781
2016-04-12

This bill extends the state's tax incentives package for the film industry for a year. Civitas believes the conservative position is to prohibit government from artificially influencing the private sector by providing tax incentives for private industries to work in the state.

Roll Call Vote #1809
2016-04-12

This bill makes it a Class F Felony to engage in the trafficking of a minor. Civitas believes the conservative position is to protect children and ensure they enjoy a safe and healthy environment.

Roll Call Vote #1800
2016-04-12