Bill Summary for S 135 (2021-2022)

Summary date: 

Feb 23 2021

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View NCGA Bill Details2021-2022 Session
Senate Bill 135 (Public) Filed Tuesday, February 23, 2021
AN ACT IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF ORGAN, EYE, AND TISSUE DONATION AT THE DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES BY REQUIRING DONORS WHO ORIGINALLY BECAME DONORS IN ANOTHER JURISDICTION TO CONSENT TO THE IMPRINTING OF AN ANATOMICAL GIFT STATEMENT OR SYMBOL ON THE DONOR'S NORTH CAROLINA DRIVERS LICENSE OR IDENTIFICATION CARD AND BY CLARIFYING WHEN AN ANATOMICAL GIFT MADE BY AUTHORIZING THAT A STATEMENT OR SYMBOL BE IMPRINTED ON THE DONOR'S DRIVERS LICENSE OR IDENTIFICATION CARD WILL BE CONSIDERED REVOKED.
Intro. by Perry, Burgin, Krawiec.

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Identical to H 95, filed 2/16/21.

Amends GS 130A-412.7 to specify that an anatomical gift donor who originally became a donor in another jurisdiction is required to authorize that a statement or symbol be imprinted on the donor's drivers license or identification card issued in this State in order for the gift to be valid based on an NC drivers license or identification card indication. 

Amends GS 130A-412.7 to specify that a statement or symbol on an NC drivers license or identification card indicating that the donor has made an anatomical gift must remain on the license or card until the donor revokes consent by requesting removal of the statement or symbol as prescribed by the Division of Motor Vehicles. 

Effective October 1, 2021. 

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