Bill Summary for H 1048 (2013-2014)

Summary date: 

Jul 1 2014

Bill Information:

View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
House Bill 1048 (Public) Filed Wednesday, May 14, 2014
AN ACT TO AMEND THE SELECTION CRITERIA FOR ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD, TO ADD AN ASSISTANT ADJUTANT GENERAL FOR THE NORTH CAROLINA NATIONAL GUARD, AND TO ALLOW FOR ADDITIONAL USES OF FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER FUNDS FOR SURVIVING FAMILY MEMBERS OF DECEASED NATIONAL GUARD SERVICEMEMBERS.
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Senate amendment makes the following changes to the 4th edition:

Changes the long title.  

Amends the act by deleting proposed changes to GS 143C-8-12, set to become effective if Section 36.5 of Senate Bill 744, 2013 Regular Session, or substantially similar legislation became law. Similarly, deletes proposed changes to GS 143C-8-12, set to become effective if Section 36.5 of Senate Bill 744, 2013 Regular Session, or substantially similar legislation does not become law. The above, now deleted, proposed changes concerned capital improvement projects funded from sources other than the General Fund for the University of North Carolina and the National Guard.

Also deletes proposed changes to Section 36.11(c) of SL 2013-360 and deletes proposed GS 143-129.6, concerning exemptions for certain training projects by the NC National Guard.

Makes conforming changes. 

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