Bill Summary for S 101 (2013-2014)

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May 7 2013

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View NCGA Bill Details2013-2014 Session
Senate Bill 101 (Public) Filed Tuesday, February 19, 2013
AN ACT TO ACCOUNT FOR INFLATION BY ADJUSTING THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF COMPENSATION PERMITTED UNDER THE WORKERS' COMPENSATION ACT FOR THE LOSS OF, OR PERMANENT INJURY TO, ANY IMPORTANT EXTERNAL OR INTERNAL ORGAN AND TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNUAL ADJUSTMENT OF SAID COMPENSATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONSUMER PRICE INDEX.
Intro. by Hartsell.

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Senate amendment makes the following changes to the 2nd edition.

Amends GS 19A-2, as amended by SL 2013-3,to providethat the venue for any action filed under this Article (was, this Chapter) is to be in the countywhere the violation is alleged to have taken place (was, in the county in superior courtwhere the violation is alleged to have taken place). Amends GS 20-171.19(a) to clarify that the subsection applies to the operation of an all-terrain vehicle on a public street, highway, or public vehicular area when that operation is otherwise permitted by law.Makes a technical change toGS 115D-12(a), replacing the phrase "Chapter 115D of the General Statutes" with "this Chapter."

Inserts gender-neutral language in the catchline of GS 143B-721, replacing "chairman" with "chair." Makes a technical correction to Section 1.(b). of SL 2013-1, adding an omitted word.

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