Bill Summary for H 796 (2011-2012)

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Nov 28 2011

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View NCGA Bill Details2011-2012 Session
House Bill 796 (Public) Filed Thursday, April 7, 2011
TO DIRECT THE REVENUE LAWS STUDY COMMITTEE TO STUDY THE METHODOLOGY OF VALUATION OF PROPERTY FOR PROPERTY TAX PURPOSES TO ENSURE THE PROCESS IS BOTH UNIFORM AND FAIR.
Intro. by Moffitt.

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Conference report recommends the following changes to 2nd edition to reconcile matters in controversy. The conference report deletes all provisions of the previous edition and replaces it with AN ACT TO ALLOW ALL PERMITTEES THAT HAVE BEEN ISSUED A BREWERY PERMIT BY THE NORTH CAROLINA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL COMMISSION TO SELL AT RETAIL MALT BEVERAGES THAT HAVE BEEN MANUFACTURED AT THE BREWERY OR AT ANOTHER LOCATION OUT OF STATE BY THE SAME PERMITTEE ONLY ON THE PREMISES OF THE BREWERY AFTER RECEIVING THE PROPER PERMITS, TO CLARIFY THAT CERTAIN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS MAY BE PERMITTED TO TAKE NONCREDIT COURSES AT STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGES, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION TO ALLOT SMALL COUNTY SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING TO THE CHEROKEE COUNTY SCHOOLS.
Amends GS 18B-1104(7), as amended by SL 2011-107 (allowing breweries to sell malt beverages on brewery premises), to add that the holder of a brewery permit may also sell malt beverages manufactured by the permittee in another state that have been approved for sale in NC by the Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission only at the brewery after receiving the required permit. Makes an organizational change. Amends GS 115D-20(4), as amended, to authorize local community colleges to permit high school students 16 years and older to take noncredit courses, except adult basic skills (was, high school students permitted to take noncredit courses in safe driving only). Authorizes the Department of Public Instruction to allot funds from the Small County Supplemental Funding Allotment to the Cherokee County Schools for 2011-12, provided the amount allotted does not exceed the 2010-11 allotment.

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