Updated: June 10, 2016

2016 NCMA Workshops


North Carolina
Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety School
"EEHS School"
EEHS School August 8-9, 2016, Raleigh
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2016 Hazardous Waste
Nov. 3, 2016, Charlotte
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NCMA's Top Stories In The News

NCMA Government Affairs Conference Call Monday, June 13, 2016 @ 11 AM

NCMA Conference CallNCMAs Government Affairs Committee has a conference call to discuss pending legislation every Monday at 11 AM when the North Carolina General Assembly is in session.  The next call will be Monday, June 13, 2016 @ 11 AM. [June 3, 2016]


Governor Vetoes Coal Ash Bill: Override Now Appears Unlikely

Gov Veto[Public Content] As expected, Governor McCrory vetoed a bill (Senate Bill 71) that would have reconstituted the Coal Ash Management. However, an anticipated legislative override of the Governor's veto now appears unlikely. [June 10, 2016]


This Week at the General Assembly – June 6 to June 10, 2016

NCGAThis week saw the House vote not to concur with changes made to HB 1030 – 2016 Appropriations Act (more commonly known as the budget bill).  Also, the House revealed its bill on regulatory reform.  And as expected, Governor McCrory vetoed SB 71, the bill that among other things re-established the Coal Ash Management Commission. [June 10, 2016]

NCMA Committee Meetings on Thursday June 16 Cancelled

Meeting CancelledThe June meetings of NCMA's Science & Technology (S&T) Committee and NCMA's Government Affairs Committee scheduled for Thursday, June 16 have been CANCELLED. Members can keep up to date on pending legislation by participating in the weekly NCMA Government Affairs Committee conference call. [June 10, 2016]

SAVE THE DATE: 2016 NCMA Annual Meeting September 19-20

Save The Date[Public Content] Please mark your calendars now and plan to attend the 2016 NCMA Annual Meeting, which will be held on September 19 and 20 at the Hilton Hotel on the banks of the Cape Fear River in historic downtown Wilmington. [June 10, 2016]


Congress Enacts Sweeping Overhaul to Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)

TSCA_ ReformsThe US Senate passed legislation June 7, 2016 that will overhaul the way the federal government regulates every chemical sold on the market in the United States. [June 10, 2016]

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