Directs the State Controller to transfer $436,000 from the Coronavirus Relief Reserve to the Coronavirus Relief Fund and appropriates the transferred funds to the Office of State Budget and Management to be allocated to the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for 2021-22. Restricts use of the funds to the reimbursement of qualifying dairy farmers for their costs of enrollment in the USDA's Dairy Margin Coverage program for the 2021 program year, to the extent this purpose is consistent with COVID-19 Recovery Legislation, as defined in SL 2020-4.
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|Intro. by McNeely.||APPROP|
Amends GS 83A-3 to allow the NC Board of Architecture (Board) to use its funds to establish, conduct, contract, or arrange for instructional programs for licensed architects. Authorizes the Board to (1) conduct, sponsor, or arrange for the education programs and (2) partner with community colleges, public or private institutions of higher learning, boards of education, or governing bodies of industrial centers for the planning, scheduling, or arranging of courses, instruction, extension courses, or in assisting in obtaining these courses of study or programs. Allows the Board to adopt implementing rules. Effective October 1, 2021.
|Intro. by Winslow, Arp, Farkas.||GS 83A|
Establishes the Joint Select Committee on School Accountability System (Committee) and states the Committee's purpose. Directs the Committee to evaluate information and recommendations provided by the Stakeholder Group, created by the State Board of Education (State Board) and the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) as detailed by the act, and other sources it deems appropriate, to provide recommendations to the specified NCGA committee by April 15, 2022. Provides for membership, member compensation and expenses, and Committee staffing. Terminates the Committee on the earlier of either May 1, 2022, or upon filing of its final report.
Requires the Stakeholder Group to recommend a Graduate Profile that reflects a unified definition of what public school students need to know and be able to do to be prepared for college, career, and civil life beyond high school. Charges the Stakeholder Group with considering multiple measures of accountability, including five specified considerations such as social and emotional learning, as well as any other factors the Committee or Group finds relevant, to determine the accountability measures that accurately reflect the effectiveness of each school in moving students to success in achieving the Graduate Profile. Directs the Stakeholder Group to recommend at least two accountability systems to the Committee as specified, with at least one system incorporating an A-F school performance grade system.
Directs the State Board and DPI to report on the Stakeholder Group's progress upon request by the Committee and submit a final report of the Group's recommended Graduate Profile and accountability systems to the Committee by February 15, 2022.
|Intro. by Clemmons, Elmore, Riddell, Gill.||STUDY|
Enacts new Article 37, General Assembly Transparency Act, to GS Chapter 120. States legislative findings and sets forth defined terms. Mandates that all sessions of the Senate and the House of Representatives must be broadcast live by streaming video over the Internet and be recorded, archived and available for replay by the public, unless specifically exempt by GS 143-318.18. Further mandates that all official committee meetings must be broadcast, recorded, and archived in the same manner as session. Prohibits a bill from receiving a second or third reading in either chamber unless the bill appeared on the published calendar emailed to NCGA members and was posted to the NCGA website at least 24 hours in advance; allows for waiver by a two-thirds vote. Prohibits a bill from being considered in committee unless the bill appeared on the committee's agenda electronically published by the committee's clerk within at least 48 hours of the scheduled meeting; allows for waiver by a two-thirds vote by a show of hands. Bars taking up a proposed committee substitute (PCS) in any committee unless the PCS was distributed to all committee members and made available to the public at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled meeting; allows for waiver by two-thirds vote by a show of hands.
Establishes time limitations on session, prohibiting meeting before 7:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m., excluding first reading of bills; allows for waiver by a two-thirds vote.
Requires electronic voting or roll call for floor amendments; allows for waiver by two-thirds. Bars motioning to adjourn if there are pending amendments before the chamber, unless waived by two-thirds, whereby the amendments must be taken up first the following legislative day with the bill unable to have a second or third reading until the amendments have been voted on or withdrawn.
Establishes membership criteria for each chamber's Committee on Rules, requiring one member who resides in each of the state's congressional districts and the Majority and Minority Leaders. Provides for committee meetings and leadership; bars the Majority and Minority Leaders from chairing the Committee on Rules.
Makes the new Article applicable to NCGA regular sessions and extra sessions legislatively or gubernatorially called under the Constitution.
Makes the following changes to GS Chapter 120.
Amends GS 120-32 to no longer provide for the Legislative Services Commission (LSC) to determine the conditions of employment of the NCGA joint legislative service employees. Revises the departments for which the LSC must determine the number, titles, classification, functions, and compensation of the joint legislative service employee to include the following divisions, offices, and functions (now an exhaustive list): Legislative Services Office and Administrative Services (was and personnel), Information Services Division (was electronic document writing system), Enrolling Clerk (was and personnel), Legislative Analysis Division and Legislative Library (was library only), Legislative Drafting Division (was research and bill drafting), Program Evaluation Division (was program evaluation), and Fiscal Research Division (previously not included); no longer includes proofreaders, legislative printing, printed bills, and disbursing and supply. Now provides for members to prescribe the hiring of employees that serve in their offices as well as their duties, rather than being prescribed by rules and administrative regulations of the respective house. Regarding the LSC's duty to provide for the indexing and printing of session laws, includes reconvened sessions rather than special sessions. No longer includes the duty to establish a bill drafting division. Makes technical and clarifying changes.
Amends GS 120-36.1 to no longer exempt the Fiscal Research Division from the Executive Budget Act or the NC Human Resources Act.
Enacts GS 120-36.7A to establish the Legislative Analysis Division within the LSC with six enumerated purposes, including staffing committees, preparing floor amendments, operating a legislative library, and responding to member information requests.
Adds to GS 120-36.16, concerning the Joint Legislative Program Evaluation Oversight Committee, establishing that proposed legislation recommended by two-thirds of the Committee by roll call vote is eligible for introduction in the House and for consideration in both chambers, notwithstanding chamber rules.
Directs the LSC to reestablish and fully staff the Program Evaluation Division at the same level and to the same extent as it was staffed as of January 1, 2021, no later than July 1, 2021. Directs the Speaker and President Pro Tempore to appoint members to the Joint Program Evaluation Oversight Committee and designate co-chairs by July 1, 2021.
Enacts GS 120-36.20 to establish the Legislative Drafting Division within the LSC, with six enumerated purposes, including drafting bills at member request; staffing committees; assisting with developing the budget and other appropriations bills; and proofreading and formatting bill drafts and PCSs and engrossing floor amendments. Makes conforming changes to the title of Article 7D.
Amends GS 120-36.21 to charge the Legislative Services Officer with assigning staff of the Legislative Drafting Division with the specified duties regarding codification of statutes, rather than NCGA staff. Similarly amends GS 120-36.22 to require a staff member of the Legislative Drafting Division to be the Revisor of Statutes rather than a NCGA staff member.
Amends GS 126-5 to more specifically exempt from the Human Resources Act NCGA officers and employees of the respective NCGA houses as referenced in GS 120-32(2), except for Articles 6 and 7 of GS Chapter 126, which provide for equal employment and opportunity and the confidentiality of personnel records.
Repeals GS 143-318.18(4b), which exempts NCGA conference committees from the provisions of Article 33C, which govern meetings of public bodies.
Appropriates $3,795,022 from the General Fund to the NCGA for 2021-22 to be allocated in specified amounts for (1) 19 full-time equivalent positions in the Program Evaluation Division reestablished pursuant to the act (recurring funds); (2) ongoing audio and video streaming of all sessions and committee meetings (recurring funds); and (3) the purchase of audio and video equipment (nonrecurring funds).
Appropriates $2,505,022 in recurring funds from the General Fund to the NCGA for the 2022-23 fiscal year for (1) 19 full-time equivalent positions in the Program Evaluation Division reestablished pursuant to the act and (2) ongoing audio and video streaming of all sessions and committee meetings.
Effective July 1, 2021.
Enacts new GS 143-514A, granting civil immunity to an emergency medical services personnel or law enforcement dog handler who voluntarily renders first aid, emergency treatment, rescue assistance, or transportation to a veterinary clinic to a law enforcement dog or search and rescue dog, as defined, that is unconscious, ill, injured, or in need of rescue assistance, for damages or injuries arising from acts or omissions in rendering first aid, emergency treatment, or rescue assistance resulting in further injury or death; excludes conduct that constitutes gross negligence, willful misconduct, reckless conduct, or intentional wrongdoing. Defines law enforcement dog handler to mean a law enforcement officer or security professional who is trained to partner with a law enforcement dog in the performance of official duties, actively certified pursuant to federal, national, regional or State standards, and is qualified to train, care for, and work with a law enforcement dog. Excludes first aid, emergency treatment, or rescue assistance rendered on the premises of a veterinary hospital or clinic. Applies to acts or omissions on or after October 1, 2021.
|Intro. by Boles, Belk, Hawkins, McNeill.||GS 143|
Reenacts Part 5, Tax Credits for Qualified Business Investments, of Article 4, GS Chapter 105 as it existed immediately before its repeal in 2014, effective for taxable years beginning on or after January 1, 2021. Revises and adds to the Part as follows. Adds diversity business to the Part's defined terms, defined as a qualified business, as previously defined, that is headquartered in a development tier one or two area, and/or is headquartered in a designated qualified opportunity zone under specified Internal Revenue Code sections, as of the date the investment is made. Establishes a credit bonus, providing for the credit allowed under the Part to be increased by 10% of the credit amount if the amount generating the credit is invested in a qualified business that is a diversity business, as now defined. Increases the cap set for credits allowed to taxpayers under GS 105-163.012 for investments made in a calendar year from $7.5 million to $10 million. Revises the Part's sunset, now providing for the Part's repeal effective for investments made on or after January 1, 2025.
|Intro. by Strickland, Sauls, Saine, Kidwell.||GS 105|
Establishes the out-of-state residency license teacher recruitment pilot program (program) to be implemented in Craven County Schools for a term of five years, beginning with the 2021-22 academic year, to attract high-quality teachers to a local administrative unit serving military-connected students. Provides for a teacher employed by the Craven County Board of Education to be charged the in-state tuition rate for courses the teacher completes towards an educator license if the teacher (1) holds a residency license; (2) does not qualify as a resident for tuition purposes; and (3) is enrolled in an educator preparation program at ECU, UNC-W, Elizabeth City State, or Fayetteville State. Establishes two goals of the program, as specified. Prohibits displacement of a resident eligible for in-state tuition who is seeking enrollment in the educator preparation program offered by a constituent institution participating in the program. Requires Craven County Schools to annually report to the specified NCGA committee and division for the duration of the program, beginning September 15, 2022. Details required content of the reports.
Appropriates $500,000 of the funds the State received under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 to the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health (Division) for 2021 for grants to pharmacies to purchase, repair, or upgrade freezers for storing COVID-19 vaccines. Requires funds to be distributed by December 31, 2021. Directs the Division to report to the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services on implementation and effects of the grant program by January 31, 2022. Effective July 1, 2021.
|Intro. by Sasser.||APPROP|
Enacts GS 90-106.5, establishing required actions of a pharmacy dispensing a controlled substance, defined by statutory cross-reference and to specifically include any drug or medication identified for inclusion in the statute by the Commission for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services. Requires a pharmacy, at the time of dispensation, to (1) provide the patient with written informational materials on discarding medications, as specified, and (2) make available on-site, for purchase or at no cost to the patient, at least one consumer method for disposal of medications, including at-home drug disposal boxes or secured medication collection kiosks or boxes, subject to specified requirements and limitations. Effective October 1, 2021, and applies to controlled substances dispensed by pharmacies operating in the State on or after that date.
|Intro. by Sasser.||GS 90|
Contains several whereas clauses. Directs the Legislative Research Commission (LRC) to study the constitutionality of conditions placed on development that require public facilities or improvements at the expense of the landowner seeking to develop his property. Prescribes detailed topics to be studied including effects of these conditions on the cost of development, and effect of the conditions on affordable housing. Directs the LRC to report findings of this study and any proposed legislation to the 2022 Regular Session of the General Assembly when it convenes.
|Intro. by Moffitt, Brody, Winslow, Zenger.||STUDY|
Enacts GS 53-177.1, allowing a consumer finance licensee licensed under Article 15, the NC Consumer Finance Act, to collect from a borrower the actual cost of third party fees for (1) online debit card payments to the borrower's account; (2) in-person debit card payments to the borrower's account; (3) automated clearinghouse transaction payments to the borrower's account; (4) disbursement of loan proceeds via automated clearinghouse transactions; (5) disbursement of loan proceeds via prepaid debit cards or stored value cards; (6) disbursement of loan proceeds via electronic payments to the borrower's account at a financial institution or financial services company. Requires licensees to make available to borrowers at least one type of transaction for an account payment and at least one type of transaction for a disbursement of loan proceeds in which it will not seek to recover third party fee costs. Effective January 1, 2022, requires licensees to publish on its website and publicly display, and include in a separate statement for borrowers establishing loan accounts, a disclosure of charges for third party fees. Specifies that the statute does not prohibit a borrower from directly paying transaction-based fees to a non-affiliate third party for account payments and disbursements of loan proceeds. Effective October 1, 2021, and applies to transactions occurring on or after that date.
Amends GS 25A-10 to refer to fees or charges prescribed by law that actually are or will be paid by the seller (was, paid to public officials) related to security interests in a consumer credit sale in the definition of official fees, as the term applies to GS Chapter 25, which governs consumer credit sales. Amends GS 25A-15 concerning finance charge rates for consumer credit installment sale contracts. Add that official fees under GS 25A-10, as amended, are included in the amount financed to the extent payment is deferred by the seller, and are excluded from the finance charge. Makes technical corrections to the definition of residential manufactured home under subsection (f) to refer to a manufactured rather than mobile home, as defined by GS 143-145 (was, more specifically subdivision (7), which defines manufactured home) that is used as a dwelling. Makes technical and clarifying changes. Effective October 1, 2021.
Amends GS 126-334.02(b) (Human Resources Act - grounds for grievance appeals) to add Subdivision (7) adding retaliation by a State employer for an employee or applicant’s refusal to take the COVID-19 vaccine as one of the issues that can be heard as a contested case by the Office of Administrative Hearings pursuant to the North Carolina Human Resources Act (Act). Amends GS 126-5(a) (outlining employees subject to Act) to add local government employees and applicants for local government employment as individuals covered by the Act. Also amends GS 126-5 by adding subsection (c17) to state that State and local government employees and applicants have the right to refuse a COVID-19 vaccine without termination or retaliation. Amends Part 2 of Article 6 of Chapter 130A of the General Statutes (Communicable Diseases – Immunization) to add GS 130A-157.5 establishing that individuals who refuse a COVID-19 vaccine have the same right to freely use State and local government buildings and land as an individual who receives a COVID-19 vaccine.
Revises the definition of river basin in GS 143-215.22G. Now defines the term to mean the area within the State denoted by the cataloging unit or series of cataloging units organized by the US Geologic Survey, with 17 designated basins with identified cataloging units or series. Eliminates the previously identified river basins as designated on the specified 1991 map.
Amends GS 143-215.22L to require applicants for surface water transfer certificates issued pursuant to the statute to publish notice in a newspaper of general circulation in each city or county located in a state located in whole or in part of the surface drainage basin area of the source river basin, as now defined (previously those that fall within the are denoted by one of the specified cataloging units). Makes similar changes to require notice by first-class mail or electronic mail to governing bodies located within the source or receiving river basin of the proposed transfer. Requires an environmental impact statement to be prepared for any petition for a certificate, rather than requiring an environmental assessment for any petition, which previously required that the determination of whether an environmental impact statement is required to be made in accordance with the provisions of GS Chapter 113A, except for required environmental impact statements for any proposed transfer from one major river basin to another for which a certificate is required under the statute. Regarding final determination of whether to issue a certificate for the proposed transfer, no longer provides for preference for alternatives that would involve a transfer from one sub-basin to another within the major receiving river basin or for certificate conditions that provide for amendment of the certificate to transfer water from one sub-basin within the receiving major river basin.
Amends GS 143B-215.8B to require the Environmental Management Commission (Commission) to develop and implement a basinwide water resources management plan for each of the 17 major river basins in the State (previously named basinwide water quality management plan). Makes conforming changes throughout to refer to a water resources management plan. Requires the Commission to consider the cumulative impacts of previously specified actions, expanded to include (1) all activities across a river basin that impact surface water or groundwater quality and quantity, including all points of withdrawal, and all point sources and nonpoint sources of pollutants, including irrigation and herbicides for crops, public lawns and gardens, waste disposal sites, atmospheric deposition, and animal operations, among other previously specified sources; and (2) all surface water transfers into and from a river basing that are required to be registered under state law, current available surface water resources, available groundwater resources to the extent known by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), other withdrawals, instream flow needs and requirements, an estimate of return flows, inflow data, local water supply plans, and any other scientific and technical information DEQ deems relevant. Adds the following to the required content of management plans: (1) information and projections required for local water supply plans and a summary of water conservation and water reuse programs described in those plans; (2) potential conflicts and incompatibilities among the various local water supply plans and ways in which local water supply programs could be better coordinated; (3) identification of inadequate yields to meet use and projections; and (4) possible declaration of a Capacity Use Area where depletion is of concern. Provides for the revision of management plans every 10 years to also reflect changes in water quantity and advancements in conservation and reuse.
Amends GS 143-355(o) to no longer provide for DEQ to develop a schedule for basinwide hydrologic model development, and instead requires developing and updating basinwide hydrologic models in accordance with GS 143-215.8B(c). Now provides that a hydrologic model meeting the requirements of subsection (o) is not a rule and the Administrative Procedure Act does not apply to the development of a hydrologic model, with conforming deletions of previous approval and modification procedures. Adds a new exemption to not require the use of existing hydrologic models if there are one or more registered transfers; instead requires DEQ to develop a single hydrologic model for all the basins with the registered transfers and coordinate modeling efforts with the persons registering transfers, unless this requirement conflicts with interstate agreements pertaining to water supply issues to which the State is a signatory.
|Intro. by Yarborough, Brody, Arp.||GS 143|
Appropriates $150,000 from the General Fund to the Administrative Office of the Courts in each year of the 2021-2023 fiscal biennium to provide grants to operate the Pitt County behavioral health treatment court. Effective July 1, 2021.
Adopts the permanent rules of the House of Representatives, which are the same as the temporary rules adopted in H1, with the following changes.
Amends Rule 31, extending the following deadlines with regard to introduction and receipt of bills. Provides for local bills to be introduced by April 8, 2021 (was March 25, 2021). Requires public bills that do not require re-referral to the Appropriations or Finance Committees and all resolutions to be submitted to the Legislative Drafting Division or Legislative Analysis Division by April 7, 2021 (was, March 24, 2021), and introduced by May 4, 2021 (was, April 20, 2021). Requires public bills that must be re-referred to the Appropriations or Finance Committees to be submitted to the Legislative Drafting Division or Legislative Analysis Division by April 14, 2021 (was, March 31, 2021), and introduced by May 11, 2021 (was, April 27, 2021).
Amends Rule 58.1, which provides temporary modifications of the rules upon notification filed by the Speaker with regards to a state of emergency. Corrects an internal cross-reference in the prescribed modifications to Rule 12. Revises and adds to the prescribed modifications for Rule 22.1, which governs designated voting, to provide that a designation is only effective on a legislative day if received by the Principal Clerk at least one hour prior to the time the House is scheduled to convene. Now provides for designation revocation at any time by notifying the Principal Clerk (previously required revocation in writing on a form provided by the Principal Clerk). Adds the following new modifications to Rule 24. Prohibits a member who cast a vote using the designated voting procedure under Rule 22.1 from changing that vote without leave of the House, with leave barred if the change affects the result or if the session in which that vote was taken has been adjourned. Establishes procedures for a member who cast a vote using the designated voting procedure to change the vote by submitting a written request to the Leader the member originally designated who must deliver the request to the Principal Clerk on a form provided by the Principal Clerk for that purpose.
Makes additional technical changes.
|Intro. by D. Hall.||HOUSE RES|
Appropriates $50,000 from the General Fund to the Department of Commerce in each year of the 2021-2023 fiscal biennium to be allocated to the Greenville-ENC Alliance for an economic development marketing campaign as described in the act. Effective July 1, 2021.
|Intro. by Humphrey, Tyson, Kidwell, Hanig.||APPROP|
Amends GS 90-85.15B (outlining vaccines/immunizations pharmacists can provide) to add subsection (c1) permitting immunizing pharmacists to administer controlled substances for the prevention of HIV to persons at least age 18 and pursuant to a prescription. Sets out recordkeeping and physician notification requirements. Amends GS 90-85.3(i1) (definition of immunizing pharmacist) to make conforming changes. Directs the North Carolina Board of Pharmacy to collaborate with the North Carolina Medical Board and the Department of Health and Human Services to develop protocols and administrative rules to facilitate administration of controlled substances as described in this bill. Effective October 1, 2021.
|Intro. by Sasser.||GS 90|
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Make a clarifying change to the lead in language in Section 1 of the act. Makes an additional technical change.
|Intro. by Corbin, Burgin, Woodard.||GS 58|
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Actions on Bills: 2021-04-26
H 120: RESTRICT LOCAL SALES TAX/SCHOOL CONSTRUCTION. (NEW)
H 198: FOREST SERVICE CHANGES.
H 222: SUDEP AWARENESS WEEK/TRAINING RECOMMENDATION. (NEW)
H 230: NC MANAGING ENVIRONMENTAL WASTE ACT OF 2021.
H 279: COVID-19 RELATED TAX CHNGS/UI TECH CORRECT. (NEW)
H 281: LOGGERHEAD TURTLE/STATE SALTWATER REPTILE.
H 295: DSS REVIEW OF PROCEDURES/OAH.
H 307: NC TIME ZONE/OBSERVE DST ALL YEAR.
H 315: ARSON LAW REVISIONS.
H 332: HISTORIC SITES-PROPERTY SALE REVENUE.
H 334: BUDGET TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS (NEW).
H 358: SAVE WOMEN'S SPORTS ACT.
H 360: AUTHORIZE DAN RIVER STATE TRAIL.
H 376: SCHOOL CALENDAR FLEXIBILITY.
H 468: ESTABLISH SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS.
H 509: ADOPT OFFICIAL NC DOGWOOD FESTIVAL.
H 545: MANDATORY TRAINING CONTRIBUTING TO CEUS.
H 639: FUNDS FOR OPIOID ABUSE TREATMENT CENTERS.
H 640: INTERBASIN TRANSFER CLARIFYING AMENDS.
H 641: STATE PARKS/FUND EV CHARGING STATIONS.
H 642: DOWN SYNDROME ORGAN TRANS. NONDISCRIM. ACT.
H 643: REFERENCE PRICING FOR RX DRUGS.
H 644: REMOTE ACADEMIES.
H 645: REPEAL PUBLIC RECORDS MEDIATION.
H 646: DENTAL CARE ACT.
H 647: ENHANCED IN-SERVICE RETIREMENT FOR LEOS.
H 648: EMER. CARE/ANIMALS/VET. PRACTICE.
H 649: CLARIFY MOTOR VEHICLE FRANCHISE LAWS.
H 650: OMNIBUS DMV BILL.
H 651: RESTORE TREES IN HOLLY SPRINGS/FUNDS.
H 652: NC CONSUMER FIREWORKS SAFETY ACT.
H 653: MENTAL HEALTH & SUD PARITY REPORT.
H 654: STATEWIDE CONTRACTS/NONPROFITS FOR THE BLIND.
H 655: STATE EMPLOYEES/PAID PARENTAL LEAVE.
H 656: PROHIBITION ON NO-KNOCK WARRANT SERVICE.
H 657: SCHOOL SAFETY/THREAT ASSESSMENT TEAMS.
H 658: DEPLOY CHILD WELFARE & AGING COMPONENT/NCFAST.
H 659: GUILFORD/ROCKINGHAM FUNDS EXTENSION.
H 660: REPEAL CON/CERTAIN FACILITIES & PROCEDURES.
H 661: AGE REQ. MOD'S/CAP PROJ. OVERSIGHT/BEAD CORRECT. (NEW)
H 662: INCREASE FUNDING HP FURNITURE MARKET.
H 663: TOLL LANE PENALTY.
H 664: COUNTY SERVICE DISTRICTS/EARLY CHILDHOOD ED.
H 680: REENACT QUALIFIED BUSINESS VENTURE CREDIT.
H 681: CCS/TEACHER IN-STATE TUITION PILOT.
H 682: FUNDS FOR VACCINE STORAGE.
H 683: PRESCRIPTION DRUG DISPOSAL/JOHN'S LAW.
H 684: LRC STUDY DEVELOPMENT EXACTIONS.
H 685: ELECTRONIC TRANSACTION FEES/OFFICIAL FEES.
H 686: NO GOV'T RETRIBUTION FOR REFUSAL OF CV19 VAX.
H 687: INTERBASIN TRANSFER AMENDMENTS.
H 688: FUND PITT CO. BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TREATMENT CT.
H 689: 2021 HOUSE PERMANENT RULES.
H 690: FUNDS/GREENVILLE-ENC ALLIANCE.
H 691: ALLOW PHARMACISTS TO DISTRIB. CERTAIN MEDS.
S 85: ALLOW VISION SERVICE PLANS. (NEW)
S 113: MODIFY TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS APPEALS.
S 121: COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM SALARY INCREASES.
S 183: IGNITION INTERLOCK/VARIOUS CHANGES. (NEW)
S 188: BD. OF ARCHITECTS/INTERIOR DESIGNERS.
S 241: MODIFIED UTILITY VEHICLE DEF/USE OF FUNDS. (NEW)
S 346: EXTENDED LEARNING FOR ELECTIVE COURSES. (NEW)
S 349: INCREASE HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES.
S 360: PROHIBIT COLLUSIVE SETTLEMENTS BY THE AG.
S 374: AUTH. USE OF BLUE LIGHTS ON FIRE APPARATUS.
S 389: DEQ/DNCR OMNIBUS.-AB
S 410: OPEN MEETINGS/VARIOUS BOARD ADJ./PUBLIC RECORDS. (NEW)
S 435: TERMINATIONS OF STATES OF EMERGENCY.
S 449: REVISE MANUFACT. HOME TITLE LAWS.
S 458: REINSTATE MTN ISLAND LAKE MARINE COMMISSION.
S 462: CON/THRESHOLD AMDS. & CERTIFICATE EXPIRATIONS.
S 493: JDIG MODIFICATION AND OTHER CHANGES. (NEW)
S 513: VARIOUS ADMINISTRATIVE LAW CHANGES.-AB
S 529: COUNTY WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSISTANCE.
S 539: DISCLOSE HUMAN TRAFFICKING CONVICTION/CUSTODY.
S 570: HOLD HARMLESS STAR RATINGS/ERS ASSESS. RESUME.
S 660: REGULATE DISSEMINATION OF BOOKING PHOTOGRAPH.
S 668: ANTI-PENSION SPIKING AMDS & LITIG. MORATORIUM.
S 719: CONFIRM DIONNE DELLI-GATTI/SEC. OF DEQ.
Actions on Bills: 2021-04-26
H 30: TOWN OF SOUTHERN SHORES/EMINENT DOMAIN.
H 164: GREENSBORO/DEANNEXATION.
H 202: SCHOOL CALENDAR FLEXIBILITY/HARNETT COUNTY.
H 244: LINCOLN CO. BD. OF ED./PARTISAN ELECTION.
H 282: MOUNT AIRY/EVEN-YEAR ELECTIONS.
H 303: GREENSBORO SBE/CIVILIAN TRAFFIC INVESTIGATORS. (NEW)
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