Bill Summaries: H 159 MILITARY SERVICE NOTATION ON LICENSES.

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  • Summary date: Apr 13 2011 - More information

    AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE DIVISION OF MOTOR VEHICLES TO MAKE A NOTATION ON A NORTH CAROLINA DRIVERS LICENSE SHOWING A LICENSE HOLDER'S MILITARY VETERAN STATUS. Summarized in Daily Bulletin 2/22/11, 3/8/11, and 3/9/11. Enacted April 12, 2011. Effective when the Division of Motor Vehicles has completed the implementation of the Division’s Next Generation Secure Driver License System or July 1, 2012, whichever occurs first.


  • Summary date: Mar 9 2011 - More information

    House amendment makes the following changes to 2nd edition. Amends proposed new GS 20-7(q1) to direct the Division of Motor Vehicles to develop a military designation for identification cards, in addition to driver’s licenses, that may be granted to NC residents who are honorably discharged from military service in the United States Armed Forces.


  • Summary date: Mar 8 2011 - More information

    House committee substitute makes the following changes to 1st edition. Amends proposed GS 20-7(q1) to require an individual requesting the military designation to produce a Form DD-214 (was, produce documentation issued by the federal government) showing the applicant has been honorably discharged.


  • Summary date: Feb 22 2011 - More information

    Enacts new GS 20-7(q1), directing the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to develop a veteran military designation for driver’s licenses that may be granted to state residents who are honorably discharged from military service in the United States Armed Forces. Requires an applicant requesting such designation to produce verifying documentation from the federal government.
    Makes a clarifying change to GS 20-7(q) to distinguish Active Duty Military Designation.
    Effective when the DMV has completed implementation of the Next Generation Secure Driver License System or on July 1, 2012, whichever occurs first, and applies to driver’s licenses issued on or after that date.


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