AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE LEGISLATIVE SERVICES COMMISSION TO OBTAIN CRIMINAL RECORD CHECKS OF ANY PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES, VOLUNTEERS, OR CONTRACTORS.
House amendment to the 2nd edition makes the following changes. Amends proposed GS 143B-972 to allow the Legislative Services Office to disclose criminal history information obtained under the statute about a legislative employee serving directly at the direction of a legislator, to that legislator upon a formal written request; requires the legislator to keep that information confidential.
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