EXTENDING THE AUTHORITY OF CERTAIN BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OVER LOCAL BOARDS, AGENCIES, AND COMMISSIONS.
Correction: Senate committee substitute to the 1st edition amends proposed GS 130A-34.4 to require a local health department by July 1, 2014, among other requirements, to obtain and maintain accreditation in order to be eligible to receive State and federal public health funding from the Division. The act does not require that the department be accredited and organized as a district health department, a single/multi-county health authority, or a consolidated human service agency.
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