AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES RELATED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA SYSTEM; TO DIRECT THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF OFFERING ACCELERATED UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS AT CONSTITUENT INSTITUTIONS; AND TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA LABORATORY SCHOOLS. SL 2020-56. Enacted June 30, 2020. Effective June 30, 2020, except as otherwise provided.
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AN ACT TO MAKE VARIOUS CHANGES RELATED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA SYSTEM; TO DIRECT THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF OFFERING ACCELERATED UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS AT CONSTITUENT INSTITUTIONS; AND TO PROVIDE FUNDS FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA LABORATORY SCHOOLS.Intro. by Fraley, Clemmons, Horn.
Thu, 14 May 2020 House: Filed
Thu, 14 May 2020 House: Passed 1st Reading
Thu, 14 May 2020 House: Filed
Thu, 14 May 2020 House: Passed 1st Reading
Thu, 11 Jun 2020 House: Reptd Fav Com Substitute
Thu, 11 Jun 2020 House: Re-ref Com On Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House
Mon, 15 Jun 2020 House: Reptd Fav Com Sub 2
Mon, 15 Jun 2020 House: Cal Pursuant Rule 36(b)
Mon, 15 Jun 2020 House: Placed On Cal For 06/16/2020
Tue, 16 Jun 2020 House: Passed 2nd Reading
Tue, 16 Jun 2020 House: Passed 3rd Reading
Wed, 17 Jun 2020 House: Regular Message Sent To Senate
Wed, 17 Jun 2020 Senate: Regular Message Received From House
Wed, 17 Jun 2020 Senate: Passed 1st Reading
Wed, 17 Jun 2020 Senate: Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate
Wed, 17 Jun 2020 Senate: Withdrawn From Com
Thu, 18 Jun 2020 Senate: Withdrawn From Com
Fri, 19 Jun 2020 Senate: Reptd Fav Com Substitute
Fri, 19 Jun 2020 Senate: Com Substitute Adopted
Fri, 19 Jun 2020 Senate: Re-ref Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate
Mon, 22 Jun 2020 Senate: Reptd Fav
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 Senate: Amend Adopted A1
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 Senate: Passed 2nd Reading
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 Senate: Passed 3rd Reading
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 Senate: Engrossed
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 Senate: Special Message Sent To House
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 House: Special Message Received For Concurrence in S Com Sub
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 House: Cal Pursuant 36(b)
Tue, 23 Jun 2020 House: Placed On Cal For 06/24/2020
Wed, 24 Jun 2020 House: Concurred In S Com Sub
Wed, 24 Jun 2020 House: Ordered Enrolled
Thu, 25 Jun 2020 House: Ratified
Thu, 25 Jun 2020 House: Pres. To Gov. 6/25/2020
Tue, 30 Jun 2020 House: Signed by Gov. 6/30/2020
Tue, 30 Jun 2020 House: Ch. SL 2020-56
Summary date: Jul 2 2020 - More information
Bill H1096 (2019-2020)Summary date: Jun 23 2020 - More information
Senate amendment makes the following changes to the 4th edition.
Specifies that notwithstanding the proposed changes to GS 116-239.11, which concern required allocations by the State Board of Education to laboratory schools, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is prohibited from providing funding for laboratory schools for transportation services until existing transportation service agreements with the local school administrative hosting the laboratory school expire or are modified, if applicable. Requires units to provide a copy of such existing agreements to DPI.
Summary date: Jun 19 2020 - More information
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.
Replaces the previously proposed changes to GS 116-239.8 with the following. Amends the statute to require the Board of Governors (BOG) and the State Board of Education to jointly determine the standards for establishing the costs to local school administrative units for providing the facilities and services described for operation and maintenance of a laboratory school. Details requirements of the standards. Requires local school administrative units to provide specified facilities and services to a laboratory school upon request. Requires a memorandum of understanding between the chancellor and the local school administrative unit for operation and maintenance regarding facilities and leases, transportation costs, food services, and student support services. Details parameters for the provision of each service. Makes conforming changes to GS 116-239.11. Applies to leases and agreements entered into on or after the date the act becomes law, applying beginning with the 2021-22 school year and subsequent school years.
Changes the source and amount of appropriated funds for administrative and technical assistance related to the UNC Teacher and Principal Preparation Laboratory School Program. Now requires the BOG to transfer, by August 15, 2020, $200,000 in nonrecurring funds from the funds provided for the Future Teachers of NC program for the same previously described use for 2020-21 (previously directed a $500,000 from the School Bus Replacement Fund to the BOG, Institutional Programs budget code, and appropriated the funds to be used as previously specified).
Changes the application of the proposed changes to GS 116-209.62 regarding the NC Teaching Fellows Program, making the changes applicable to the award of forgivable loans beginning with the 2022-23 academic year, rather than the 2021-22 academic year.
Eliminates the provisions of the following previous Parts: Part VI, which amended GS 143C-8-13 regarding UNC capital projects; Part IX, which amended GS 116-143.10 regarding student fees; and Part XI, which provided for an NC Arboretum specialty plate.
Makes conforming and organizational changes, and changes the act's long title.Business and Commerce, Courts/Judiciary, Civil, Civil Law, Education, Elementary and Secondary Education, Higher Education, Employment and Retirement, Government, Budget/Appropriations, Cultural Resources and Museums, Public Safety and Emergency Management, State Agencies, UNC System, Local Government, Transportation
Summary date: Jun 15 2020 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Changes the source of appropriated funds. Instead of appropriating $500,000 from the General Fund, directs a transfer of the same amount from the School Bus Replacement Fund to the UNC Board of Governors, Institutional Programs budget code, and appropriates the funds to the BOG to be used as previously specified for the UNC Teacher and Principal Preparation Laboratory School Program.
Eliminates the proposed changes to GS 115C-5 to exclude all UNC-operated elementary and secondary schools from the definition of a public school unit. Instead, amends GS 115C-5 to exclude only the NC School of the Arts and the NC School of Science and Math operated by UNC pursuant to GS Chapter 116, Articles 4 and 29, from the definition of a public school unit.
Adds to GS 115C-5 an exclusive list of governing bodies of public schools by type.
Amends GS 115C-238.81 to require the NC Virtual Public School to provide courses at no cost to the NC School of the Arts and the NC School of Science and Math, in addition to the existing requirement to provide the same to public school units, Department of Defense schools, and schools operated by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Makes clarifying changes to proposed GS 126-5(c16) regarding the exemption set forth for UNC commissioned police officer positions from the Human Resources Act, except as provided.
Adds the following new content.
Directs the UNC Board of Governors (BOG) to study the feasibility of offering accelerated undergraduate degree programs at constituent institutions consistent with the adopted Strategic Plan for UNC. Details nine factors the BOG must consider in conducting the study, including: (1) the use of online education for certain courses, particularly for general education requirements; (2) the feasibility of increasing summer term options or flexible calendar scheduling; and (3) the potential cost savings for students who enroll in an accelerated degree program. Directs the BOG to report its findings to the specified NCGA committee by March 1, 2021. Effective July 1, 2020.
Adds the following.
Reenacts and incorporates by reference the State Budget Act, GS Chapter 143C.
Provides for the continued validity of 2019 legislation appropriating funds to entities covered by the act, unless expressly repealed or amended.
Makes conforming organizational changes. Changes the act's long title.Business and Commerce, Courts/Judiciary, Civil, Civil Law, Motor Vehicle, Education, Elementary and Secondary Education, Higher Education, Employment and Retirement, Government, Budget/Appropriations, Cultural Resources and Museums, Public Safety and Emergency Management, State Agencies, UNC System, Department of Transportation, Local Government, Transportation
Summary date: Jun 11 2020 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Deletes the content of the following previous Parts of the act: Part I (NC Promise Tuition Plan/Future Funds; proposed future appropriations); Part V (Funds for UNC-Asheville Woods Residence Hall; proposed 2020-21 appropriations); Part VII (Umstead Act Exemption/NC A&T State University; proposed changes to GS 66-58); Part VIII (NC School of Science and Mathematics Tuition Grants; proposed enactment of GS 116-209.90 and accompanying appropriations); and Part X (College Advising Corps/College Advisers in the Public Schools; proposed uncodified language and future appropriations). Makes conforming changes to the proposed repeals of HB 966 (Appropriations Act of 2019) sections. Makes conforming organizational changes to the act.
Provides for the proposed changes to GS 143C-8-13, regarding UNC capital projects, to become effective July 1, 2020 (previously effective on the date the act becomes law).
No longer includes UNC police telecommunicator positions in those set out in proposed GS 126-5(c16) to be exempt from the Human Resources Act, except as provided.
Changes the act's titles.Business and Commerce, Courts/Judiciary, Civil, Civil Law, Motor Vehicle, Education, Elementary and Secondary Education, Higher Education, Employment and Retirement, Government, Budget/Appropriations, Cultural Resources and Museums, Public Safety and Emergency Management, State Agencies, UNC System, Department of Transportation, Local Government, Transportation
Summary date: May 15 2020 - More information
States legislative intent to appropriate additional funds from the General Fund to the UNC Board of Governors (BOG) to buy down financial obligations of Elizabeth City State University, UNC at Pembroke, and Western Carolina University for the NC Promise Tuition Plan established by specified state law. Provides for specified amounts of recurring funds for the 2021-22, 2022-23, 2023-24, and 2024-25 fiscal years. States legislative intent that the net appropriation for the described buy down of financial obligations for these institutions be capped at $81.4 million in recurring funds for the 2024-25 fiscal year and subsequently thereafter.
Repeals GS 116-17.3, which required the BOG to monitor (1) nonlegislative annual employee salary increases of 5 percent or more granted at constituent institutions or within the UNC System Office to employees having annual salaries of $100,000 or greater, or that would result in an annual employee salary of $100,000 or greater and (2) new personnel positions created at constituent institutions or within the UNC System Office having annual salaries of $70,000 or greater.
Amends GS 116-239.5 to require the BOG to designate constituent institutions to submit proposals to establish a total of at least nine laboratory schools (currently, required the BOG to designate at least nine constituent institutions to submit proposals to establish laboratory schools). Adds coordinating new authority to allow the BOG's Subcommittee on Laboratory Schools (Subcommittee) to select a constituent institution to operate more than one laboratory school.
Amends GS 116-239.5 to extend the specific immunities provided for the State Board of Education, the Superintendent, local boards of education, local school administrative units, and their members and employees under GS Chapter 115C to the Subcommittee, chancellor, the constituent institution, an advisory board, and a laboratory school, and their members, employees, and agents. Limits immunity to exclude gross negligence, wanton conduct, or intentional wrongdoing. Deems the immunity waived to the extent of indemnification and to the extent sovereign immunity is waived under specified state law. Applies to an action or omission of an action occurring on or after the date the act becomes law.
Amends GS 116-239.7 regarding the selection and creation of laboratory schools. Eliminates the restriction of the Subcommittee to limit selection to a maximum of one laboratory school per qualifying local school administrative unit. Allows for waiver of the minimum threshold for low-performing schools in a local school administrative unit for the location of a laboratory school for six rather than three laboratory schools, if existing criteria are met. Modifies the provisions regarding renewal of the term of operation for laboratory schools. Now requires, rather than permits, the Subcommittee to renew the term of operation for an additional five-year period if the laboratory school is located in a local school administrative unit that meets the low-performing schools threshold, or has a waiver of the threshold requirement renewed. Additionally, now permits the Subcommittee to renew the term of operation for another five-year period for laboratory schools that are no longer located in a qualifying administrative unit or meeting the Article's purposes under a waiver at the end of five years if it finds the school is meeting its mission to improve student performance and provide valuable training to teachers and principals in the constituent's educator preparation program (previously, did not provide for renewal and required notice to the BOG at the end of the term to request designation of additional constituent institutions to establish laboratory schools). Adds authority for the Subcommittee to terminate laboratory school operation during the initial term or renewal period if it finds the school is failing to meet expected progress in meeting the mission required of the Article. Requires the Subcommittee to notify the BOG at the end of operation of a laboratory school and request designation of additional constituent institutions to establish a laboratory school. Makes further conforming changes.
Amends GS 116-239.8 to require the local school administrative unit in which the laboratory school is located to provide transportation to students who reside in the unit and attend the laboratory school, including any students who are homeless and require assistance pursuant to federal law (currently, more broadly requires transportation to attending students, but does not specifically include homeless students). Adds that the transportation requirement applies regardless of where a student resides in the unit or how the unit's transportation policies and practices are applied to other students, and includes providing transportation of students and personnel to extracurricular activities and educational trips of the school in the same manner as other schools in the unit for that year. Specifies that the unit is responsible for the cost of administration of the National School Lunch Program for the laboratory school. Applies beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
Amends GS 116-239.9 to expand the eligibility of laboratory admission to include children of a laboratory school employee if the child resides in the local school administrative unit in which the laboratory school is located. Additionally, adds new authority for laboratory schools to admit students who reside in the unit but do not meet eligibility requirements if the school has not reached enrollment capacity in a program, class, grade level, or building by March 1, prior to the start of the next school year, up to 20 percent of the respective capacity. Adds a new requirement for the laboratory school to make reasonable efforts to reflect the composition of the general population of students residing in the unit in which the school is located within one year of operation. Explicitly prohibits unlawful discrimination in making admissions determinations. Applies beginning with the 2020-21 school year.
Amends Section 11.6 of SL 2016-94, as amended, to require at least six, rather than nine, laboratory schools to be established and in operation by the beginning of the 2020-21 school year. Adds a new requirement for at least three laboratory schools to be established and in operation by the beginning of the 2022-23 school year.
Appropriates $500,000 in recurring funds from the General Fund to the BOG for the 2020-21 fiscal year for administrative and technical assistance related to the UNC Teacher and Principal Preparation Laboratory School Program for support services. Bars use of the funds to create new positions or hire additional consultants for the UNC System Office. Effective July 1, 2020.
Amends Section 36.6 of SL 2018-5, which establishes the UNC BOG Planning Task Force and requires the Task Force to report to the specified NCGA committee and division on the compiled UNC System Plan, to extend the deadline for submission of the Task Force's report from April 1, 2019, to July 30, 2020.
Directs that $779,000 of the unexpended and unencumbered funds appropriated to the UNC BOG for the BOG Planning Task Force for the 2018-19 fiscal year in SL 2018-5 be allocated to UNC-Asheville for the 2020-21 fiscal year to cover the expenses incurred related to meeting the building requirements imposed by the Department of Insurance to allow students to occupy the University's newly constructed Woods Residence Hall for the beginning of the 2018-19 academic year. Effective June 30, 2019.
Restructures the Future Teachers of North Carolina (FTNC) program, set forth in Part 4B, Article 1, GS Chapter 116, as follows. Establishes FTNC as a selective, application-based symposium for high school juniors and seniors, offering a challenging introduction to teaching as a profession (previously, offered to all high school students). Adds to the FTNC courses to include instruction on pedagogy, ethics and professionalism, child development, successful teaching strategies and classroom management practices, effective lesson planning, assessment and intervention, and teacher licensure requirements (previously, provided for instruction on pedagogy and the profession of teaching and field experiences generally). Adds new requirements for FTNC to provide practical benefits which may include interaction with current educators, administrators, and educator preparation program faculty members; a stimulated student teaching experience; and information about financial aid and scholarship opportunities. No longer characterizes FTNC as a program offered by high schools in conjunction with college partners.
Maintains FTNC administration through the UNC System Office. Rather than requiring the System President to select three constituent institutions for collaboration on curricula development and faculty support networks, now requires the President to establish an FTNC Advisory Council (FTNC Council) to oversee the program. The FTNC Council, at the President's discretion, is charged with oversight of coordination among constituent institutions to design the agenda and instructional content for the FTNC symposium. Requires the FTNC Council to ensure diverse representation of educator preparation programs. Requires the FTNC to create an application process for interested students, application review, student selection, and student recruitment and outreach efforts. Eliminates provisions concerning FTNC site applications and constituent institution partners.
Changes the annual reporting requirements to now only require the following information in the System Office's report on FTNC: (1) list of high school students and local administrative units represented by participating students; (2) number of students who submitted an application to attend the FTNC symposium; (3) the number of attending students, including regional distribution; (4) demographic information of attending students; (5) description of the event agenda and content; and (6) percentage of attending students who report plans to choose the teaching profession or who plan to enroll in higher education, effectiveness of FTNC in formulating a positive perception of the profession, and increased knowledge of the profession and education careers. Delays the starting date of the reporting to 2021.
Amends GS 66-58, which prohibits the sale of merchandise or services by governmental units, to allow NC A&T University to sell dairy products and by-products of heavy cream at University-owned facilities that are produced at the University Farm at NC A&T, so long as any profits are used to support the Agricultural Research Program and the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at the University.
Enacts Part 6, Tuition Grants for Graduates of the NC School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM), to Article 23 of GS Chapter 116.
Establishes the Tuition Grant for Graduates of NCSSM Program (Program) to provide for a tuition grant for resident graduates from the NCSSM who enroll as full-time students in a constituent institution of the UNC System, within the funds available for the Program, beginning with the 2020-21 school year. Allows for students who receive initial tuition grants as a cohort of a graduating class to also be eligible to apply for tuition grants for subsequent academic years for up to four academic years.
Provides for grant administration by the State Education Assistance Authority (Authority) pursuant to guidelines and procedures consistent with its practices for administering State-funded financial aid. Details the required guidelines and procedures. Requires the Authority to receive proper certification from the appropriate eligible institution of higher education prior to approving grants. Provides for remittance to the appropriate eligible institution of higher education, and refunds by the institution as specified. Provides for grant amounts to cover the tuition costs at the constituent institution in which the student is enrolled for the student's first academic year. Also provides for the reduction of grants if an eligible student receives a scholarship or grant covering the cost of attendance at the eligible institution of higher education for which the grant was awarded, as specified. Requires available funds to be divided between eligible students pro rata in the event the Program has insufficient funds for each eligible student to receive the full tuition grant for that academic year. Requires continuous enrollment to be eligible for tuition grants for subsequent academic years; allows for waiver for substantial disruption or interruption due to military service or obligation, serious medical debilitation, short- or long-term disability, or other extraordinary hardship, determined at the Authority's discretion.
Establishes the NC Tuition Grant Reserve Fund (Reserve) to hold all monies appropriated to the Authority to provide the tuition grants, all returned tuition grant monies, and all interest earned, to be used for tuition grants for the academic year that begins in the fiscal year following the fiscal year in which the appropriation is made to the Reserve, and up to 5 percent of the funds appropriated each fiscal year to cover the Authority's administrative costs.
Appropriates from the General Fund to the the BOG for the Reserve for the 2020-21 fiscal year $3,374,850 for the award of grants. States legislative intent to appropriate $4,499,800 for the same purpose for the 2021-22 fiscal year.
Appropriates from the General Fund to the BOG for the 2020-21 fiscal year $2 million in nonrecurring funds to provide tuition grants for the 2020-21 academic year to be awarded by the Authority for students graduating from NCSSM at the end of the 2019-20 school year, and those who graduated from NCSSM at the end of the 2018-19 school year and were awarded a tuition grant for the 2019-20 academic year pursuant to SL 2018-5. Specifies that grant recipients for the 2020-21 academic year are eligible for grants for subsequent academic years beginning with the 2021-22 academic year.
Effective July 1, 2020.
Amends GS 116-209.62, which establishes and provides for the administration of the NC Teaching Fellows Program (Program). Expands cooperation of higher education institutions from five to eight institutions with approved educator preparation programs, and calls for the institutions to represent a diverse selection of constituent institutions of UNC and private postsecondary institutions in the state. Makes conforming changes concerning forgivable loans for students at selected institutions. Applies to the award of forgivable loans beginning with the 2021-22 academic year.
Changes the required allocations for mentoring and coaching support for forgivable loan recipients through the NC New Teacher Support Program to require up to $2,200 for each Program recipient, with funds prioritized for teachers serving in low-performing NC public schools (previously, required up to $2,000 for recipients serving as teachers in low-performing NC public schools, and up to $1,000 for recipients serving as a teacher in other NC public schools not identified as low-performing). Effective July 1, 2020.
Makes forgivable loans of up to $4,125 per semester for up to four semesters available for students matriculating at institutions of higher education who are changing to an approved program of student at a selected educator preparation program (was, changing to enrollment in a selected educator preparation program), so long as requirements are met.
Directs the BOG to provide a directed grant to the National College Advising Corps Inc. (CAC) to support expansion of the placement of college advisors in NC public schools through its program over a three-year period. Describes CAC and the role of near-peer college advisors. Appropriates $1,881,861 in recurring funds from the General Fund to the BOG for the 2020-21 fiscal year to be provided to CAC to expand the placement of college advisors as described in the act.
States legislative intent to appropriate from the General Fund to the BOG funds in specified amounts to be provided to CAC to expand the placement of college advisors statewide by the third year of expansion of the CAC program for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 fiscal years.
Requires CAC to match funds made available by the act at a $2 match for every $1 of State funds. Deems the funds non-reverting.
Details restrictions on use of the funds, including placement of college advisors in tier one and tier two counties during the first two years, with statewide expansion during the third year. Requires CAC to designate at least three postsecondary institutions to partner with to increase the number of graduates working as near-peer college advisors to meet program expansion needs. Once statewide placement goals have been reached, requires funds to be used to continue the mission of the program.
Requires CAC to annually report on State funds spent to the specified NCGA committee and division, as well as the progress of expansion, and the effectiveness of the program.
Amends GS 143C-8-13 to authorize the chancellor of a constituent institution of UNC to pay for capital improvement projects with funds available to the institution whereby (1) the total project costs do not exceed $1 million and the projects are of the 13 types permitted under the statute, regardless of whether the facilities and related infrastructure are supported form the General Fund or the State Capital and Infrastructure Fund; (2) the institution reports to the BOG on projects and specified NCGA division on projects undertaken pursuant to this authority, with specified content included, on a quarterly basis; and (3) funds from a General Fund appropriation that are contractually obligated for a project pursuant to this authority remain available to fund the completion of the project. Requires the BOG to negatively weight the availability of non-State resources and carryforward funds available for repairs and renovations in making campus allocations of funds for capital improvements, and include information about the manner of compliance of this provision with any reporting required by the statute. Makes conforming changes.
Amends GS 115C-5 to no longer include schools operated by UNC providing elementary or secondary instruction in the definition of public school unit as the term applies to GS Chapter 115C.
Enacts GS 126-5(c16) to exempt commissioned police officers and police telecommunicator positions of UNC from the provisions of the Chapter (the NC Human Resources Act), except for Articles 6 (concerning equal employment and compensation opportunity), 7 (concerning the privacy of state personnel records), and 8 (concerning employee appeals of grievances and disciplinary action). Deems such employees eligible for all employment and retirement benefits provided to State law enforcement officers subject to the Chapter.
Amends GS 116-143.10 to bar the inclusion of debt service fees in the cumulative total of all undergraduate student fees with regards to the 3 percent cap on the increase of student fees at constituent institutions per academic year.
Amends GS 116-198.33 to include affiliated institutions of UNC in the definition of the defined terms institution and millennial campus as those terms are used in Article 21B, which authorizes the BOG to issue revenue bonds to pay the cost of buildings, structures, or other facilities for the Centennial Campus, located at North Carolina State University at Raleigh, for the Horace Williams Campus located at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and for any Millennial Campus.
Amends GS 116-198.34 to include in the BOG powers the power to act on recommendations made by the President with the chief executive officer or equivalent for an affiliated institution to designate real property as a Millennial Campus. Makes conforming changes.
Establishes a special registration plate for the North Carolina Arboretum under GS 20-63(b1). Exempts the plate from the threshold and application requirements of GS 20-79.3A.
Repeals specified sections of HB 966 (Appropriations Act of 2019) if HB 966 becomes law.
Provides that the act's provisions supersede any conflicting provisions of HB 966 or the specified Committee Report.Business and Commerce, Courts/Judiciary, Civil, Civil Law, Motor Vehicle, Education, Elementary and Secondary Education, Higher Education, Employment and Retirement, Government, Budget/Appropriations, Cultural Resources and Museums, Public Safety and Emergency Management, State Agencies, UNC System, Department of Transportation, Local Government, Transportation
Summary date: May 14 2020 - More information
To be summarized.