Bill Summaries: H10 DHHS EATING DISORDER STUDY (NEW).

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  • Summary date: Apr 19 2017 - More information

    House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.

    Deletes all provisions of the 1st edition and replaces it with the following.

    Directs the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health, to study eating disorders in the State, and to report its findings to the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services (Committee) by November 1, 2017. Provides requirements for the topics of study, and entities to be consulted. Directs the Committee to consider making a recommendation to the 2018 General Assembly, based on the report.

    Makes conforming changes to the act's titles.


  • Summary date: Jan 25 2017 - More information

    Amends GS 40A-3(a), (b), and (b1) to restrict private condemnors and local public condemnors to exercising the power of eminent domain for a public use (was, for a public use or benefit). Amends the list of private condemnors permitted to exercise the power of eminent domain to include corporations, bodies politic or persons exercising eminent domain for communication facilities (was, specified telegraphs and telephones), facilities related to the distribution of petroleum products, coal, natural gas, and pipelines or mains (no longer required to originate in North Carolina) for the transportation of petroleum products, coal, natural gas (was, gas), limestone or minerals.

    Also amends subsection (c) to limit takings by political entities (other public condemnors) to the exercise of eminent domain for the public use (was, public use or benefit).

    Enacts a new subsection (d) to GS 40A-3 to provide that private condemnors, local public condemnors, and other public condemnors in subsections (a), (b), (b1), and (c) of this statute, for the public use, possess the power of eminent domain and may acquire any property for the connection of any customer(s) via purchase, gift, or condemnation.

    Effective when the act becomes law, applying to takings occurring on or after that date. 


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