Rep. Jordan, Rep. Fraley to Chair House Committee on Education on Universities

Published Friday, February 19, 2016 at 11:06 am

Today Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) appointed Rep. Jonathan Jordan (R-Ashe, Watauga) and Rep. John Fraley (R-Iredell) to co-chair the important House Committee on Education on Universities. The appointments fill the chairmanship vacancies left by former Representatives Brian Brown and Bryan Holloway.

Jonathan Jordan

Jonathan Jordan

“North Carolina is home to some of the world’s best universities,” Speaker Moore stated. “And while we have much to be proud of, it is imperative that the State maintains a strong partnership with these institutions to help promote training that addresses our regional needs. I am confident that Rep. Jordan and Rep. Fraley, two business minded leaders, will collaborate well and lead this crucial effort.”

The Committee is charged with the essential task of developing legislation that affects the public and private universities housed in North Carolina including the UNC System, while also promoting quality higher education and developing a skilled workforce.

“With Appalachian State University being such a crucial part of House District 93, it is a distinct honor and privilege being named to head our House Education Committee on Universities,” stated Rep. Jordan. “I look forward to convening our committee to review important policies and proposals that can help our university system move forward to meet the needs of our students and our state.”

Rep. Jordan is in his third term in the North Carolina House.

“The University System is arguably the most prized asset of the state,” remarked Rep. Fraley. “I am honored to have the opportunity to work with my Co-Chair Representative Jordan, President Spellings, The Board of Governors, the system Chancellors and Legislative Liaisons, House colleagues and all other University stakeholders to enhance the performance and reputation of this great institution.”

Rep. Fraley is currently serving his first term in the North Carolina House.

Current Bill Status:

In House:

H133 Modify Special Education Scholarships

H872 Administrative Law Judges’ Salaries.

H874 Cities/Availability Charge/Improved Property.

H877 Ignition Interlock Req’d/All DWIs.

H882 Comm. Mgr. Licensing & Planned Comm. Act Chgs.

In Senate:

H847 Amend Laws Re: Medical Treatment for Minors.

H870 Cert. of Title/Manuf. Home Changes.

H875 Restrict Municipal Eminent Domain.

H880 Detain Respondents for First Examinations.

H881 Landlord/Tenant-Alias & Pluries Summary Eject.

No Longer Eligible:

H132 Rescind Constitutional Convention Calls

H871 Private Parking/Immobilization Device.

H876 Cell Phone Location Tracking.

Signed by Governor:

H376 Civ Pro/Modernize Expert Discovery.  – S.L. 2015-153

H446 Amend Statutes Governing Bail Bondsmen. – S.L. 2015-180

H878 Expand Bd. of Trustees/Sch. of Science & Math. – S.L. 2015-30

H879 Juvenile Code Reform. – S.L. 2015-58

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