A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT TO ALLOW DURHAM, ORANGE, FORSYTH, GUILFORD, MECKLENBURG, AND WAKE COUNTIES TO RETAIN A LOCAL SALES AND USE TAX CAP OF TWO AND THREE-QUARTERS PERCENT IF A MAJORITY OF VOTERS IN THOSE COUNTIES APPROVE THE LEVY OF A ONE-QUARTER PERCENT TAX IN A REFERENDUM HELD BY THE END OF 2016; TO EXPAND THE MAXIMUM GRANT ALLOWED FOR A TELEVISION OR VIDEO SERIES; TO CLARIFY THAT A FARMER'S INCOME FROM FARMING OPERATIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE SALES AND USE TAX EXEMPTION IS GROSS SALES AND ALL OTHER INCOME FROM FARMING OPERATIONS; AND TO MAKE OTHER TECHNICAL CHANGES TO THE REVENUE LAWS
Amends GS 110-136.3(a) regarding the required content of civil or criminal child support orders. Clarifies that all child support orders must comply with each of the listed requirements. Amends subsection (a)(4a) to provide that a child support order must include the current residence and mailing address of the custodial parent or the child if those addresses are different. Current law provides that the requirement to include these addressesis not applicable when the court has determined thatproviding residence informationis inappropriate because the party owing child support has made verbal or physical threats that constitutedomestic violence under GS Chapter 50B. Further amends the subsection to clarify that the address of the custodial parent or the child is not required to becontained in a child support order if there is an existing order prohibiting disclosure of the custodial parent or child's address to the party owing child support.
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