They came, they raised their hands.
Then they left for two weeks.
The North Carolina General Assembly went into its first session of 2015 at 9 a.m., with the Senate following at 11. Wednesday was about housekeeping – formally electing leaders. No surprises there, with Rep. Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) named House Speaker, replacing Thom Tillis who just won a U.S. Senate seat.
Rep. Paul Stam (R-Wake) is now speaker pro tem for the General Assembly and Sen. Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) was elected president…