AN ACT AWARDING LEGISLATIVELY MANDATED SALARY INCREASES AND SPECIAL ANNUAL LEAVE TO THE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS OF THE STATE HIGHWAY PATROL.
Senate amendments makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.
Amendment #2 modifies proposed GS 131E-184(i) to more specifically exempt from certificate of need review services or facilities that already have a certificate of need when those services or facilities are replaced, renovated, or relocated to another site in the same county where need was originally determined (previously, did not limit the exemption for relocated sites to sites in the same county only).
Amendment #1 makes technical changes to the proposed changes to GS 131E-184(c) to reflect the modifications made to the statute by SL 2019-76. Deletes the language added by SL 2019-76 to subsection (c), in addition to the language previously deleted, maintaining the proposed elimination of the qualifying conditions for the exemption for the certificate of need review for any conversion of existing acute care beds to psychiatric beds.
Amendment #2 deletes Part III of the act, which amended GS 131E-184, as amended, to require DHHS to exempt from certificate of need review the development, acquisition, construction, expansion, or replacement of a health service or health service facility that obtained certificate of need approval before October 1, 2019, as a kidney dialysis treatment center if the health service or health service facility is located in a county with a population greater than 300,000 (was to be effective three years after this act becomes law).
Makes conforming organizational changes.
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