Representative Moore is currently the Senior Chairman of the House Rules Committee, Chairman of Judiciary Subcommittee C, which deals primarily with family law issues, Vice-Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, and Chairman of the University Board of Governors Nominating Committee. In January 2012, Moore was also named by Speaker Thom Tillis as the Chairman of the House Select Committee on Racial Discrimination in Capital Cases, which is charged with reviewing capital punishment in North Carolina.
In his first term, Moore served as Co-Chair of the Child Abuse and Neglect, Foster Care, and Adoption Committee, and as Vice-Chair of Judiciary II. In his second term, Moore continued as Vice-Chair of Judiciary II, and also served as the Co-Chair of the Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform Committee.
Representative Moore presently serves a member of the following House committees: Rules, Judiciary, Judiciary Subcommittee C, Finance, Elections, Environment, University Board of Governors Nominating, Public Utilities, and Redistricting.
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