Bill Summaries: H1152 ELIMINATE OBSOLETE BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS.

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  • Summary date: Jun 3 2014 - More information

    House amendment makes the following changes to the 1st edition. Amends Part II, Section 2, of this act to repeal Article 6B of GS Chapter 115C, eliminating the Committee on Dropout Prevention and Dropout Prevention Grants (was, directed the Committee on Dropout Prevention to terminate as of July 1, 2014).

    Makes technical corrections to Part IX, Section 9, to accurately indicate the establishment of the Chief Justice's Actual Innocence Commission and the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission. Encourages the Chief Justice and the North Carolina Supreme Court (was, Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court) to take appropriate action to formally abolish the Chief Justice's Actual Innocence Commission.


  • Summary date: May 20 2014 - More information

    Repeals Part 20 of GS Chapter 143B, Article 10, to eliminate the Small Business Contractor Act and the Small Business Contractor Authority.

    Terminates the Committee on Dropout Prevention as of July 1, 2014.

    Eliminates the State Education Commission established in GS Chapter 143, Article 26. Repeals GS 116C-2 and makes a conforming change to GS 116C-1.

    Terminates the National Heritage Area Designation Commission as of July 1, 2014.

    Repeals Part 24 of GS Chapter 143B, Article 9, to eliminate the Governor's Management Council.

    Repeals GS 90-171.7 to eliminate the Board of Directors of the North Carolina Center for Nursing.

    Amends GS 143B-711 to eliminate the Board of Correction. Makes a conforming change, repealing GS 143B-715 (designating duties and responsibilities of the Board of Correction).

    Encourages the Chief Justice of the NC Supreme Court to abolish the NC Actual Innocence Commission.


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