TO ALLOW LICENSURE BY ENDORSEMENT FOR MILITARY PERSONNEL AND MILITARY SPOUSES.
House amendment makes the following changes to 1st edition, as amended. Enacts new subsection (j) to proposed GS 93B-15.1, stating that the NC Medical Board is not considered an occupational licensing board for the purposes of the statute. Also directs the Legislative Research Commission to study allowing licensure by the NC Medical Board for individuals with military training and experience, for military spouses by endorsement, and for temporary licenses for military-trained applicants or military-spouse applicants, and to report to the 2012 General Assembly when it convenes.
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