Bill Summary for H 278 (2011-2012)

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Jun 28 2012

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View NCGA Bill Details2011-2012 Session
House Bill 278 (Local) Filed Wednesday, March 9, 2011
TO UPDATE THE PAYROLL SAVINGS PROGRAM FOR SAVINGS BONDS TO REFLECT RECENT CHANGES MADE BY THE UNITED STATES TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
Intro. by Hastings.

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Senate committee substitute makes the following changes to 2nd edition.
Deletes all of the provisions of the 2nd edition and replaces it with AN ACT TO BROADEN THE EXCEPTION TO THE PUBLIC RECORDS ACT FOR IDENTIFYING INFORMATION OF MINORS PARTICIPATING IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT PARKS AND RECREATION PROGRAMS TO INCLUDE ALL LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS AND ALSO TO PROTECT E-MAIL ADDRESSES OF MINORS IN SUCH PROGRAMS IN THE TOWNS OF APEX, CARY, FUQUAY-VARINA, GARNER, HOLLY SPRINGS, KNIGHTDALE, MORRISVILLE, ROLESVILLE, WAKE FOREST, WENDELL, AND ZEBULON, AND THE CITY OF RALEIGH, AND TO AUTHORIZE THE CITY OF KINSTON TO DELEGATE TO THE CITY MANAGER OR AN APPOINTED BOARD THE POWER TO GRANT, RENEW, EXTEND, AMEND, REVOKE, OR SUSPEND A TAXICAB FRANCHISE.
Amends GS 132-1.12, which limits access to identifying information for minors participating in local government programs, as the title indicates. Provides that in spite of this exception to the public records act, the name of a minor who has received a scholarship or other local government award of a financial nature is a public record. Applies only to the towns listed in the bill title and to Raleigh.
Amends GS 160A-76 regarding taxicab franchises as the title indicates. Applies only to Kinston.

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