AN ACT TO CREATE AN EXCEPTION FOR EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS OF SPOUSES OF SUPERINTENDENTS OF LOCAL SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS WHEN THE LOCAL BOARD OF EDUCATION APPROVES THE EMPLOYMENT. Enacted June 22, 2018. Effective June 22, 2018.
Summary date: Jun 25 2018 - More information
Summary date: Jun 13 2018 - More information
Senate committee substitute rewrites entirely the 2nd ed. and makes conforming changes to the bill title. Amends GS 14-124 by adding a new subdivision (3a) to exempt from the prohibition under this statute against self-benefiting from a public contract the employment of the spouse of the superintendent of that local school administrative unit if the employment contract is approved by the local board of education in an open session of a public meeting as required under the board’s anti-nepotism policy adopted pursuant to GS 115C-47(17a).
Summary date: Apr 19 2017 - More information
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition. Directs protective services to screen reports in accordance with instructions provided by the Department of Health and Human Services (was, county child welfare agency).
Summary date: Apr 5 2017 - More information
Amends GS 7B-300 to provide that the primary objective of protective services is to protect and provide for the safety and well-being of juveniles. Directs protective services to screen reports in accordance with instructions provided by the county child welfare agency, to provide counseling services to juveniles in addition to the currently listed individuals, and to provide counseling to all listed individuals for the purposes of making more suitable decisions as parents, better meeting the needs of juveniles, and sustaining the long-term care and safety of juveniles, in addition to the currently listed counseling purposes. Adds that protective services includes casework.
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