AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE A CITY WITH A POPULATION OF MORE THAN FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND PEOPLE WHICH HOLDS A NATIONAL CONVENTION TO CONTRACT WITH OUT-OF-STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES TO PROVIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT AND SECURITY FOR THE NATIONAL CONVENTION; AND TO AMEND A PROVISION OF THE BUDGET, IF ENACTED, RELATED TO RELOCATION OF DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FACILITIES. SL 2019-109. Enacted July 11, 2019. Effective July 11, 2019, except as otherwise provided.
Summary date: Jul 11 2019 - View Summary
House amendment to the 3rd edition eliminates the proposed changes to GS 18B-1004, concerning extended hours for retail sale and consumption of alcohol in certain counties from August 22, 2020, to August 30, 2020. Makes conforming changes to the act's long title.
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.
Modifies the proposed changes to GS 18B-1004, concerning hours for retail sale and consumption of alcohol. Limits the scope of the authorization to sell and consume alcoholic beverages for extended hours to permitted premises located in a county that has a population of at least 900,000 and has a state line as one border only (previously, also included counties that share a border with a county that meets the previous criteria).
Conditional on HB 966 (the 2019 Appropriations Act) becoming law, amends Section 39.2 of the act, which requires the Department of Administration to relocate the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) facilities to Granville County. Designates the Triangle North Granville Business and Industrial Park, as described, as the land to be selected for the relocation of the DHHS facilities, so long as the land is donated to the State or conveyed for $1.00. Effective July 1, 2019. Makes conforming changes to the act's long title.
Bill S 191Summary date: Jun 17 2019 - View Summary
House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 1st edition.
Amends GS 18B-1004, concerning hours for retail sale and consumption of alcohol. Authorizes holders of an on-premises malt beverage permit, on-premises unfortified wine permit, on-premises fortified wine permit, special occasion permit, limited special occasion permit, mixed beverages permit, a nonprofit organization fundraiser special one-time permit or a permit to serve wine, malt beverages, and spirituous liquor at a ticketed event where a local government or organization raises funds, issued pursuant to specified state laws to sell alcoholic beverages authorized by the respective permit until 4:00 AM and consumption of those alcoholic beverages until 4:30 AM. Limits the scope of the authorization to permitted premises located in either (1) a county that has a population of at least 900,000 and has a state line as one border, or (2) a county that shares a border with a county that meets the previous criteria. Effective August 22, 2020, and expires August 30, 2020.
Changes the effective date of the act to the date the act becomes law, except as otherwise provided (was, effective as provided therein). Amends the act's long title.
Summary date: Mar 5 2019 - View Summary
Enacts GS 160A-288.3, authorizing the head of a law enforcement agency of a municipality with a population exceeding 500,000 to request and enter into temporary intergovernmental law enforcement agreements with out-of-state law enforcement agencies or officers to aid in enforcing state law within the jurisdiction of the requesting municipality. Requires the request be in writing and the agreement comply with rules, policies, guidelines, restrictions and conditions adopted by the governing body of the city by which the requesting officer is employed. Sets parameters for the types of assistance permitted under an agreement including lending equipment and supplies, for the jurisdiction of the out-of-state officer under an agreement, and for the chain of command under an agreement. Defines head, law enforcement agency, out-of-state law enforcement officer, out-of-state law enforcement agency, and temporary intergovernmental law enforcement agreement. Clarifies that the statute does not reduce the jurisdiction or authority of State law enforcement officers. Authorizes out-of-state law enforcement officers to hold dual offices as specified. Deems out-of-state law enforcement officers to have met the State's certification requirements for purposes of being a sworn officer of the requesting agency if certified and sworn in the officer's home jurisdiction, subject to the agreement's provisions. Details matters that must be addressed in an agreement such as standards of conduct, training, compensation, and claims made against or by the out-of-state law enforcement officer. Effective January 1, 2020, and applies to all intergovernmental law enforcement agreements entered into on or after that date. Sunsets the statute on October 1, 2020.
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