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Justin Burr was born on 28 June, 1985, is a Bail Bondsman. Discover Justin Burr's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 35 years old?
|Age||36 years old|
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Justin Burr Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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Burr has been criticized for interfering with local government in Stanly County by passing a bill to make the Stanly County School Board elections partisan, adding an amendment to the 2015–2016 budget forbidding Stanly Community College from opening a culinary school in downtown Albemarle, and interfering with the town of Norwood's plans to construct a new fire department. Although Burr lost his home county of Stanly, he defeated Republican Lane O. Burris in the 2016 Republican primary by a thin margin of 242 votes, and will go on to face Democrat Carson Roger Snyder on November 8. On March 24, Burris endorsed Snyder. In the May 8, 2018 primaries, Burr lost his primary to challenger Wayne Sasser.
In 2018, Burr was listed as a Champion of the Family in the NC Values Coalition scorecard.
In 2017, Burr voted to increase punishments for protesters who block roads or damage property. The bill included a requirement for local law enforcement to be given "directions to clear the roads" immediately whenever a gathering of greater than 10 people block traffic, as opposed to waiting for protesters to disperse peacefully before using force. This bill was in response to nationwide protests. The bill has been criticized for "allowing drivers to legally run over protesters who block roads."
Burr has been described as a pro-life champion. He is against women having abortions, and believes they should be illegal. In 2015, he co-sponsored, voted for, and helped successfully pass legislation in North Carolina that imposes additional restrictions to a woman's constitutional right to abortion. The new requirements were fully implemented by January 2016, and include:
Due to his efforts in the legislature to improve mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities and substance abuse (MH/IDD/SA) services, on July 16, 2014, Burr received the NC Council of Community Programs 2014 State Representative Leadership Award.
In 2014, Burr was given a 0% rating by Environment North Carolina. Burr has voted to repeal a recycling program and to repeal motor vehicle emissions inspections.
In 2014, Burr was endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business and the State Employees Association of North Carolina.
In 2013, Burr was selected as a 2013 GOPAC Emerging Leader. He was one of twenty Republicans in the nation to attend the Emerging Leaders Summit.
Burr has been honored as a "Defender of Liberty" by the American Conservative Union for three years straight, in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Burr was elected to his first term in 2008, and was re-elected in 2010 and 2012. In the 2008 Republican primary runoff, Burr, then 22 years old, beat opponent Ken Furr, with 58 percent of the vote. At the age of 23 years, Burr became the youngest member of the North Carolina General Assembly. During his first term, Burr served as the House Republican Freshman Leader.
As a teenager, Burr was named the 2003 "Outstanding Teen Age Republican in the Nation" award, by the National Teen Age Republicans. Five years later, as an adviser to the North Carolina Teen Age Republicans, Burr won the "Lillie Murdock Award" at the National Teen Age Republicans conference. He still serves as the adviser to the North Carolina Teen Age Republicans.
Justin P. Burr is serving his fifth two-year term as a representative from the 67th District in the North Carolina General Assembly. The 67th District includes all of Stanly County and a majority of Montgomery County. Burr, a Republican, resides in Norwood, North Carolina.