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Governor Cooper Vetoes Bill That Allows Outdoor Seating: Republicans React PDF Print E-mail
State Government
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Wednesday, 24 June 2020 08:40

Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law:

Governor Cooper also vetoed House Bill 536: which would allow outdoor seating for dining and beverage service for bars and restaurants in North Carolina. oor Restaurants for Outdoor Seating

Governor Cooper shared this statement on HB 536:

"State and local government leaders must be able to act quickly during the COVID-19 emergency to prevent a surge in cases that could overwhelm hospitals and harm the public. House Bill 536 would limit the ability of leaders to respond quickly to COVID-19 and hamper the health and safety of every North Carolinian."

 

State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) responded to the veto: 
"The Governor's veto of a commonsense and safe outdoor seating policy shows his unwillingness to respond to cries for help by family-owned businesses across North Carolina," Speaker Moore said. 
 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 June 2020 08:46
 
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