Bill Summary for S 10 (2013-2014)

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Feb 6 2013

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View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
Senate Bill 10 (Public) Filed Wednesday, January 30, 2013
A BILL TO BE ENTITLED AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE GOVERNMENT REDUCTION AND EFFICIENCY ACT OF 2013.
Intro. by Apodaca, Hunt, Rabon.

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Senate amendment #1 makes the following changes to 2nd edition. Previous version repealed the Dietetics/Nutrition Practice Act and the Board of Dietetics/Nutrition, effective March 31, 2013. Instead amends GS 90-353 (concerning the Board of Dietetics/Nutrition) to reduce the number of Board members from seven to five, and make revisions to the member qualifications and appointment process. Specifies that the terms of all members serving on the Board on January 1, 2013, will expire March 31, 2013. Amends GS 143B-283 to change the members on the Environmental Management Commission appointed by the Governor as follows: requires one (rather than two) member with training or expertise in ecology or air pollution, and requires one member with agriculture experience. Amends GS 62-10 to reduce from seven to five the number of commissioners on the NC Utilities Commission, and makes a conforming change. Amends GS 143-241 to change term limits to four years for Wildlife Resources Commission members appointed by the Governor, provided that initial appointments from even-numbered districts are appointed for two-year terms and initial appointments from odd-numbered districts are appointed for four-year terms.

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