Requires the Legislative Research Commission (Commission) to study the feasibility of requiring individuals' participation in a universal identification program to secure all State-related transactions. The Commission is to study whether any existing State of North Carolina identification system, database, or network would be appropriate to add biometric identification as an additional authentication method. Requires the Commission to report its findings and recommendations to the 2020 General Assembly.
Bill H 143 (2019-2020)Summary date: Feb 20 2019 - More information
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