Bill Summary for S 374 (2019-2020)

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Jun 18 2020

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 374 (Public) Filed Wednesday, March 27, 2019
AN ACT TO ALLOW LOCAL BOARDS OF EDUCATION FLEXIBILITY WITH STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVAL IN THE USE OF REMOTE INSTRUCTION DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR WHEN NEEDED TO ENSURE STUDENT HEALTH AND SAFETY DUE TO COVID-19.
Intro. by Wells, Brown.

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House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.

Adds new Section 22.5

Establishes a 90-day grace period for ABC permit renewal or registration fees for permittees prohibited from operating under Executive Order No 141, making payments due 90 days after the order is rescinded so long as the permittee notifies the ABC Commission of intent to delay payment. Allows permittees to request a refund and repay before the grace period ends.

Adds new Section 23.5

Amends GS 116-40.5 to allow teaching hospitals that have established a campus law enforcement agency to assign its campus police officers to any other facility within the teaching hospital's system network, with officers having the same authority and jurisdiction of the assigned facility, but not upon any public road or highway passing through or immediately adjoining the facility.

Adds new Section 23.7

Amends GS 14-258.1 to allow local confinement facilities to provide a mobile phone or other wireless communication device subject to sheriff or other person in charge of the facility approval.

Adds new Section 24.6

Makes the following changes to GS 88B, Cosmetic Art.

Expands authority of the Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners (Board) to include inspecting mobile salons. Adds the defined term mobile salon. Sets the licensing application and annual fee for mobile salons at $25, with a $10 late fee. Enacts GS 88B-15.1 authorizing motor homes to be used as a mobile salon for practicing cosmetic art. Provides for licensure, the Board's rulemaking, and other requirements regarding mobile salons, including requiring owners to provide the Board with a written monthly itinerary listing locations, dates, and hours of operation. Requires the Board to adopt related rules as expeditiously as possible. Makes conforming changes to the Chapter to make the Chapter's licensing requirements and regulations applicable to mobile salons. 

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