Rep. Kyle Hall (R-Rockingham) is one of the sponsors of the House Bill 251.
Hall had skipped three previous hearings.
The provision would apply to the constituent institutions of the UNC system and the state’s community college system.
Democratic state lawmakers introduced bills Thursday in the House and Senate aimed at helping North Carolina families.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi accused Sessions of “lying under oath.”
The legislation focuses on improved rules to prescribe and dispense opioid drugs and funds for treating opioid abusers.
The Justice Department said Wednesday night that the two conversations took place last year when Sessions was a senator.
The cutoff would roll back to 10 a.m. if the bill, supported by the N.C. Restaurant and Lodging Association, passes.
The proposal calls for teacher raises in each of the next two years, as well as covering more than 620,000 residents under Medicaid.
Trump said the country has defended other nations’ borders without doing enough to protect our own.