Bill Summary for H 924 (2015-2016)

Summary date: 

Apr 29 2015

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View NCGA Bill Details2015-2016 Session
House Bill 924 (Public) Filed Thursday, April 16, 2015
AN ACT TO CLARIFY WHEN A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER IS REQUIRED TO REQUEST A BLOOD SAMPLE WHEN CHARGING THE OFFENSE OF MISDEMEANOR DEATH BY VEHICLE, CLARIFY THE LAW GOVERNING PROHIBITED USE OF RED AND BLUE LIGHTS, REPEAL CERTAIN MANDATORY REPORTING REGARDING PSEUDOEPHEDRINE PRODUCTS, CLARIFY THE SUBPOENA AUTHORITY OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE SBI, PROVIDE FOR UPSET BIDS FOR LEASES OF MINERAL DEPOSITS ON STATE LANDS, INCREASE THE COST LIMIT ON WORK THAT CAN BE PERFORMED BY GOVERNMENTAL FORCE ACCOUNT LABOR, AND REPEAL THE DONATE LIFE NC MATCHING FUNDS REQUIREMENT.
Intro. by Burr.

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House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition:

Amends the long title.

Deletes proposed changes made to GS 20-16.3(d) concerning the use of numeric results of an alcohol screening test.

Amends GS 143B-927, concerning the personnel of the State Bureau of Investigation (Bureau), providing that any reserve agents hired by the Director will be considered employees of the Bureau for the purposes of any workers' compensation claim arising from the performance of the reserve agent's assigned duties. 

Deletes language which provided for an appropriation from the General Fund to the Department of Public Safety for 2015-16 for salary increases for specified members of the State Highway Patrol. 

Repeals GS 106-145.13, Submittal of reports by wholesale distributors of transactions involving pseudoephedrine products.

Makes conforming changes to the effective date provisions. 

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