Bill Summary for S 599 (2019-2020)

Summary date: 

May 2 2019

Bill Information:

View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 599 (Public) Filed Wednesday, April 3, 2019
AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE SKATING RINKS AND BOWLING ALLEYS TO RESUME OPERATIONS AND TO MODIFY THE CAPACITY OF TEMPORARY OUTDOOR SEATING FOR FOOD AND DRINK ESTABLISHMENTS.
Intro. by Edwards, Wells, Horner.

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Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.

Deletes all provisions of previous Part I of the act regarding short- and long-term disability benefits provided under GS Chapter 135. 

Adds to the proposed changes to GS 135-102 to authorize the Retirement Systems Division of the Department of State Treasurer to increase receipts from assets of the state disability income plan or to pay associated costs for required investigations and reports on applications for benefits, as previously specified, by the Medical Review Board directly from the plan assets.

Eliminates the proposed changes to GS 135-106(c1) regarding restoration of long-term disability benefits upon determination of the Medical Review Board. Instead maintains the existing language of subsection (c1).

Deletes all provisions of previous Part III of the act, amending GS 135-107 regarding the Optional Retirement Program.

Makes conforming organizational changes and makes conforming changes to the act's long title.

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