A bill in the North Carolina House of Representatives would divert critical funding away from public school budgets statewide–and it could come up for vote at any time.
What is House Bill 539?
Contact your legislators to tell them how HB 539 could hurt schools.
Right now, HB 539 could be called up for a vote on the House floor at any time–we’ll only get 24 hours’ notice before it’s voted on and potentially passed to the governor to be signed into law.
We’re urging concerned voters to contact their legislators. Most representatives and senators won’t pay attention to copy-and-paste emails, so consider using this fact sheet and writing a personal letter or calling your representative to tell them not to support HB 539.
Find your representative here, or if you live in Iredell County, use the contact info below to reach your representative.
Rep. John A. Fraley, House District 95
Office: 637 Legislative Office Building
Rep. Rena W. Turner, House District 84
Office: 1104 Legislative Building
Sen. Andrew C. Brock, District 34
Office: 521 Legislative Building
Sen. David L. Curtis, District 44
Office: 410 Legislative Building