Bill Summary for S 816 (2019-2020)

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May 19 2020

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 816 (Public) Filed Tuesday, May 19, 2020
AN ACT TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR ENROLLMENT GROWTH AT NORTH CAROLINA'S COMMUNITY COLLEGES, TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR ADDITIONAL COOPERATIVE INNOVATIVE HIGH SCHOOLS, TO DIRECT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION TO REPORT ON THE FUNDING FOR COOPERATIVE INNOVATIVE HIGH SCHOOLS BY DEVELOPMENT TIER AREA LOCATION, TO PLACE A MORATORIUM ON NEW COOPERATIVE INNOVATIVE HIGH SCHOOLS FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR, TO LIMIT APPROVALS FOR CERTAIN NEW COOPERATIVE INNOVATIVE HIGH SCHOOLS, AND TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FROM THE CORONAVIRUS RELIEF FUND TO BE USED TO OFFSET GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATIONS ACROSS STATE GOVERNMENT FOR ALLOWABLE EXPENDITURES.
Intro. by Brown, Harrington, B. Jackson.

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Appropriates from the General Fund to the Community Colleges System Office an amount sufficient in recurring funds for 2020-21 to fully fund enrollment growth at the State's community colleges. Appropriates departmental receipts for 2020-21 up to the amounts needed to implement the act for 2020-21.

Reenacts the provisions of the State Budget Act, GS Chapter 143C, and incorporates them into this act by reference.

Provides that except where expressly repealed or amended by this act, the provisions of any other legislation enacted during the 2019 Regular Session expressly appropriating funds to an agency, a department, or an institution covered under this act, remain in effect.

Effective July 1, 2020.

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