September 22, 2014
Rep. Jeter updates constituents regarding the possiblity of Gov. McCrory calling a special legislative session prior to the end of the year to address economic development and provides information about four new laws that were passed.
August 21, 2014
Rep. Jeter recaps the 2014 legislative short session. Major accomplishments include teacher pay raises, the passing of a comprehensive coal ash bill, and regulatory reform aimed at helping small businesses grow.
July 7, 2014
Rep. Jeter provides an overview of the House comprehensive coal ash plan
June 30, 2014
Rep. Jeter recaps his June 23 Town Hall meeting in Huntersville and the House proposal to raise teacher pay.
June 20, 2014
Rep. Jeter discusses recent news surrounding the Highway Trust Fund and the dissolution of the Mountain Island Lake Marine Commission, and a bill that allows for the use and sale of hemp oil for medicinal purposes.
June 16, 2014
Rep. Jeter discusses the NC House budget proposal.
June 9, 2014
Rep. Jeter discusses efforts to improve the Read to Achieve program, as well as the future of the film tax incentive program and a bill to review Common Core Standards.
June 2, 2014
Rep. Jeter discusses the Omnibus Tax Bill, the Energy Modernization Act and a number of bills he has filed.
May 23, 2014
Rep. Jeter provides a recap of the first week of the 2014 legislative short session
Rep. Jeter congratulates the winners of primary elections and announces he will go back to school in preparation for the 2014 legislative short session.
Rep. Jeter is proud to announce that he was selected as one of the most effective freshman representatives by The North Carolina Center for Public Policy Research, and outlines priorities for the 2014 legislative short session.
Rep. Jeter provides an overview of recent issues in the Mountain Island Lake and Steele Creek areas of District 92, and announces he has officially filed for re-election.
Rep. Jeter shares his New Year's resolutions and provides a recap of his first legislative session in office.