Bill Summary for S 694 (2015-2016)

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Apr 29 2015

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View NCGA Bill Details2015-2016 Session
Senate Bill 694 (Public) Filed Thursday, March 26, 2015
AN ACT TO ENCOURAGE PARENT EDUCATION DURING WELL‑CHILD VISITS AT SPECIFIC AGE INTERVALS REGARDING TYPE I DIABETES AND TO AMEND THE LAW PERTAINING TO PHARMACY BENEFIT MANAGERS.
Intro. by Newton, Lee, Daniel.

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Senate amendments make the following changes to the 2nd edition.

Amendment #1 amends the powers and duties of the Employee Classification Division (established in this act, within the Office of State Budget and Management) to provide that it is a duty of the Division to refer contested penalty assessments to the Industrial Commission (was, to the Office of Administrative Hearings) for an in-person hearing.

Amendment #2 makes the following changes.

Amends GS 87-23 to condition the State Board of Examiners of Plumbing, Housing, and Fire Sprinkler Contractors' authority to revoke or suspend the license of, or order the reprimand or probation of, any plumbing, heating, or fire sprinkler contractor on whether a penalty was imposed pursuant to GS 143-765(b), as enacted in this act, that has been upheld on final adjudication. Also adds a new subsection (d) to GS 87-23 to provide that the Board may conduct audits of pay and project records of licensee firms in furtherance of Article 2 of GS Chapter 87 or the Employee Fair Classification Act, Article 81 of GS Chapter 143.

Amends GS 87-42 to provide that the State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors (Electrical Board) may conduct audits of pay and project records of licensee firms in furtherance of Article 4 of GS Chapter 87 of the Employee Fair Classification Act, Article 81 of GS Chapter 143.

Amends GS 87-47(a1) to add as an activity prohibited by the enforcement authority of the Electrical Board engaging in employee misclassification in violation of GS 143-765(b), as enacted in this act.

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