Bill Summary for S 92 (2019-2020)

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Feb 19 2019

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View NCGA Bill Details2019-2020 Session
Senate Bill 92 (Public) Filed Tuesday, February 19, 2019
AN ACT TO DISAPPROVE RULES ADOPTED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF MASSAGE AND BODYWORK THERAPY.
Intro. by Bishop.

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Disapproves 21 NCAC 30 .0302 (Display of License), 21 NCAC 30 .0401 (Address of Record), 21 NCAC 30 .0405 (Place of Practice), 21 NCAC 30 .0701 (Continuing Education Requirements), 21 NCAC 30 .0702 (Continuing Education Definitions), 21 NCAC 30 .0703 (Scope of Qualified Activities for Maintaining Continuing Education), 21 NCAC 30 .0905 (Disciplinary Sanctions), 21 NCAC 30 .1001 (Establishment of License Required), 21 NCAC 30 .1002 (Term of License), 21 NCAC 30 .1003 (Initial Application for Licensure), 21 NCAC 30 .1004 (Establishment Operations), 21 NCAC 30 .1005 (Client Records Retention and Ownership), 21 NCAC 30 .1006 (Inspections), 21 NCAC 30 .1007 (Change of Trade Name), 21 NCAC 30 .1008 (Change of Location), 21 NCAC 30 .1011 (Continuing Duty to Report Certain Crimes and Civil Suits), 21 NCAC 30 .1012 (License Renewal), and 21 NCAC 30 .1013 (Address of Record), as adopted by the North Carolina Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy on June 21, 2018, and approved by the Rules Review Commission on September 20, 2018; and 21 NCAC 30 .1009 (Change of Ownership) and 21 NCAC 30 .1010 (Informing Board of Violations) as adopted by the NC Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapy on June 21, 2018, and approved by the Rules Review Commission on October 18, 2018. 

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