Bill Summary for S 61 (2019-2020)

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Feb 13 2019

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 61 (Public) Filed Wednesday, February 13, 2019
AN ACT, CONSISTENT WITH HOUSE BILL 966 OF THE 2019 REGULAR SESSION, TO ENACT A BUDGET FOR THE NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM; TO MAKE ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATIONS, TRANSFERS, AND REDUCTIONS TO THE BUDGET OF THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM; AND TO MAKE OTHER MODIFICATIONS RELATED TO THE OPERATIONS OF THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM.
Intro. by J. Davis, McInnis, J. Jackson.

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Amends GS 20-37.6, allowing the registered owner of a vehicle who is the guardian or parent of a handicapped person to apply for and display a distinguishing license plate (currently, limited to handicapped persons who are registered vehicle owners). Specifies that a vehicle with a distinguishing license plate can be lawfully used when a handicapped person is not a driver or passenger so long as the vehicle is not using handicapped privileges. Requires a registered owner who is the guardian or parent of a handicapped person and displays a distinguishing license plate to submit certification of the required medical determination every five years, though annual renewal of the distinguishing license plate is required. Makes conforming changes. Amends GS 20-37.5 to add guardian to the defined terms. Effective February 1, 2020.

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