Bill Summary for H 71 (2021-2022)

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Mar 2 2021

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House Bill 71 (Public) Filed Thursday, February 11, 2021
AN ACT TO PROTECT LIVING DONORS FROM POTENTIAL INSURANCE DISCRIMINATION, TO PROVIDE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR UNREIMBURSED MEDICAL EXPENSES RESULTING FROM CERTAIN ORGAN AND MARROW DONATIONS, AND TO PROVIDE UP TO THIRTY DAYS' PAID LEAVE TO STATE EMPLOYEES AND OTHER STATE-SUPPORTED PERSONNEL WHO SERVE AS LIVING ORGAN DONORS AND UP TO SEVEN DAYS' PAID LEAVE FOR BONE MARROW DONORS.
Intro. by Shepard, Hurley, Morey.

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House committee substitute amends the 1st edition as follows. 

Amends proposed GS 58-3-25(d), which prohibits an insurer from refusing to insure, limiting coverage to, or discriminating against an individual based solely and without any additional actuarial risks on the status of an individual as a living organ donor, including charging a different amount for the same coverage. Now defines living organ donor to mean a living individual who donates one or more of that individual's human organs, including bone marrow, to be medically transplanted into the body of another individual (was, to another individual to be transplanted using a medical procedure to the body of that other individual).

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