Rep. Brisson sponsors 5th Grade Trip
April 18, 2013
Rep. Brisson sponsored a trip to Raleigh for the 5th Grade Classes from Booker T Washington and Tar Heel Middle Schools. They were able to tour the NC Science Museum, the NC History Museum, and visit Rep. Brisson at the NC Legislature Building.
"We Should Know" with Rep. Brisson and Sen. Jackson
Posted: Feb 8, 2013
This week J.W. interviews Senator Brent Jackson & Representative William Brisson about the happenings in Raleigh this session.
Rep. Brisson participates in Sampson Town hall Meeting
Chris Berendt/Sampson Independent
Posted: Jan 25, 2013
Thursday's town hall meeting allowed local residents and business people, as well as government and school officials, a face-to-face forum with their lawmakers. In attendance were: District 21 Rep. Larry Bell (D-Sampson), District 10 Sen. Brent Jackson (R-Sampson) and District 22 Rep. William Brisson (D-Bladen, Johnston, & Sampson) ...Read Full Story here
Committee Assignments for 2013-2014 Session
Rep. William Brisson will be very busy for the next 2 years. Bladen, Johnston, & Sampson Counties will have strong representation for rural areas in a legislature mostly consisting of representatives from urban areas. He is one of the few lawmakers that have demonstrated that he can "work across the aisle" for the good of North Carolina and his District. That has been the focus of his work and campaign since 2010 when the Republicans took the majority in the legislature.
Posted: Jan 12, 2013
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Brisson lone Democrat on House Appropriations subcommittee list
RALEIGH, NC (WECT) – House Speaker Thom Tillis on Tuesday announced his subcommittee chairs for the House Appropriations Committee. The list includes just one Democrat, Rep. William Brisson of Bladen County, who will be one of three co-chairs for the subcommittee on Health & Human Services. Rep. Brisson did vote with the Republican majority several times in 2011-12 sessions to override vetoes by Governor Bev Perdue, and to pass controversial legislation.
Posted: Dec 18, 2012 2:25 PM EST
Updated: Dec 18, 2012 3:29 PM EST
By: Jon Evans
"I am a people person, and I came here to represent all people," Rep. Brisson said when asked if the votes may have played a part in the appointment. "If it (a bill) is good for the people of eastern North Carolina, then I will support it no matter who introduced it. At the end of the day that's what it's all about." ...Read Full Story here