Controversial changes in North Carolina's school calendar could be reconsidered next year, House Speaker Thom Tillis said Monday night.
The Cornelius Republican also indicated that another voter ID bill could be offered in the spring legislative session, and he suggested lawmakers will seek more money for early childhood education.
Tillis made the comments at a town hall meeting in Matthews, where he spoke to more than 100 people. For more than an hour he answered questions about everything from state Medicaid cuts to ferry rates to state-required auto inspections.
Read more from the town hall in today's Charlotte Observer.