AN ACT TO REPEAL COMMISSIONS WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL RESOURCES THAT HAVE SERVED THEIR PURPOSE AND TO REPEAL THE STATUTORY LANGUAGE RELATING TO THE USE OF ALKALINE PAPER FOR PUBLIC DOCUMENTS AND PREVIOUSLY REPEALED COMMISSIONS. Enacted August 5, 2015. Effective August 5, 2015.
Summary date: Aug 10 2015 - More information
Summary date: Jul 21 2015 - More information
Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Specifies that for any lawful purpose, the Department of Cultural Resources is the successor in interest to the John Motley Morehead Commission.
Makes conforming changes to GS 143B-51 (functions of the Department of Cultural Resources), removing reference to the John Motley Morehead Memorial Commission.
Summary date: Mar 31 2015 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
The first edition deleted GS 125-11.13 and GS 143-170.5, related to printing of government publications on alkaline paper, in their entirety.
Amends GS 125-11.13 and GS 143-170.5 to delete portions of each of these statutes, eliminating the detailed process and reporting requirements but retaining the underlying requirement that publications that are of historical or enduring value are to be designated as such on an annual basis by the State Librarian and the University Librarian at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and printed on alkaline paper. Instructs state agencies publishing a document designated for printing on alkaline paper by the State Librarian and the University Librarian to comply with that publication requirement.
Summary date: Mar 10 2015 - More information
Makes changes to GS Chapters 125, 143, and 143B as the title indicates.
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