Enacts new GS 103-14 to designate the nineteenth day of June of each year as Juneteenth Observance Day in North Carolina.
Provides a series of "whereas clauses" to provide the historical context and state policy behind the recognition of the observance of Juneteenth in North Carolina.
Repeals SL 2007-450, An Act Recognizing Juneteenth National Freedom Day in North Carolina, which predicated the recognition of Juneteenth National Freedom Day in this state upon the day receiving recognition as a national holiday.
Bill S 583 (2015-2016)Summary date: Mar 30 2015 - More information
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