North Carolina House Select Committee on the State’s Role in Immigration Policy set to meet on March 28

The public is invited to address the North Carolina House Select Committee on the State’s Role in Immigration Policy during a committee meeting to take place on Wednesday, March 28, 2012, 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m., in Room 643 of the Legislative Office Building, Raleigh, NC.  The meeting will open with presentations to the Committee and will close with public comment during the final hour of the meeting

This Select Committee was created under the authority of the Hon. Speaker of the House Thom Tillis to study and examine the State’s role in immigration policy, including the effectiveness of laws already in effect pertaining to immigration as well as best practices in other states.  The Committee includes 12 members of the North Carolina House of Representatives: Representative Iler (Co-chair), Representative H. Warren (Co-chair), Representative Brisson, Representative Cleveland, Representative Faircloth, Representative Folwell, Representative Hamilton, Representative Jones, Representative Pierce, Representative Starnes, Representative Stevens, and Representative Wray.

As part of the Committee’s information gathering process, the Committee Co-chairs invite members of the public who wish to make public comment to the Committee on the State’s Role in Immigration Policy to attend.  Individuals who wish to address the Committee may sign-up between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. on March 28 prior to the hearing outside of Room 643.  Speakers are asked to limit comments to three minutes.  Speakers are encouraged to furnish a written copy of their comments if possible. The Committee will also accept written comments from the public from those who do not wish to speak.

For more information, contact Carla Farmer, Committee Clerk, (919)301-1450, ilerla@ncleg.net.

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