Tuesday, December 13
Updated 4:15 PM:
The N.C. Senate adjourned for a brief moment to reschedule until tomorrow. Senator Phil Berger, R-Guilford, said the Senate is waiting on the House’s disaster relief bill. Berger said they will convene at 8 AM tomorrow for a skeleton session.
Updated 2:05 PM:
The N.C. Senate is in recess until 4 PM.
Updated 11:00 AM:
The N.C. Senate, after a slow start due to problems with the online dashboard, adopted a resolution for first, second, and third readings to be completed today.
Protestors are inside and outside the chamber, carrying signs advocating for health care and relief for Hurricane Matthew victims and against “court-packing.”
Without introducing any disaster relief legislation, the Senate adjourned until 2 PM. Nothing was said about what’s next.