I just received this e-mail from Martin Nesbitt:
Tomorrow at 1:00pm, the North Carolina Senate will officially convene for the 2010 "short" session.
Since the Senate adjourned last August, Democratic Senators from across the state have been meeting with constituents throughout their districts to learn about their top priorities. As we begin to draft bills important to the state, and take critical votes important to you and your families, we want to hear from you on what your top priorities are for North Carolina.
Take the survey, and let us know what you said.
Here are the (few) selections made available for you to choose, but you can also type up your own ideas in the comment box:
Which of the following items would you like the General Assembly to address this cycle? (please choose only one):
Restore cuts made to classrooms
Provide loans to small businesses
Increase funding for mental health programs
Increase consumer access to credit
Expand funding for community colleges
Provide incentives to corporations that bring jobs to NC
Cut taxes for small businesses