Bill Summaries: H884 (2015-2016 Session)

  • Summary date: Jun 21 2016 - View summary

    Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.

    Deletes the content of the previous edition and replaces it with the following.

    Amends the act's short and long titles.

    Amends GS 18B-600, concerning  Places eligible to hold alcoholic beverage elections, by adding new subsection f2. New f2 allows an alcoholic beverage election to be called on any of the propositions in GS 18B-602(a), (d), and (h) in any township in a county with only one incorporated municipality, where ABC stores have been established according to law in the municipality but not otherwise established in the county, the municipality had a population less than 2,500 as of the 2010 census, the county is surrounded by other counties of this state, and part of the township is located within 1,000 feet of the boundary of a municipality in another county with a population between 35,000 and 45,000 as of the 2010 census. Requires that the election be held by the county board of elections when requested by the county board of commissioners, or upon petition of 25% of the township's registered voters. Specifies that in a township election held under new f2, the area within any incorporated municipality is excluded, and no permits may be issued under f2 in any excluded area. Also provides that in order for an establishment to qualify for a permit under f2, the establishment's gross receipts from food and nonalcoholic beverages must be greater than its gross receipts from alcoholic beverages.

  • Summary date: Apr 15 2015 - View summary

    Identical to H 323, filed 3/19/15.

    Repeals GS 105A-2(2)f which provided that for any school of medicine, clinical program, facility, or practice affiliated with one of the constituent institutions of The University of North Carolina that provides medical care to the general public and for the UNC Health Care System and other persons or entities affiliated with or under the control of the UNC Health Care System, the term "debt" is limited to the sum owed to one of these entities by law or by contract following adjudication of a claim resulting from an individual's receipt of hospital or medical services at a time when the individual was covered by commercial insurance, Medicaid, Health Choice, Medicare, Medicare Advantage, a Medicare supplement plan, or any other government insurance.