AN ACT TO MODIFY THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE COUNCIL FOR WOMEN ADVISORY BOARD, STATE YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL, AND NORTH CAROLINA INTERNSHIP COUNCIL BY PROVIDING APPOINTMENTS BY THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, THE PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE OF THE SENATE, AND THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR.
Amends the appointment of the membership of the North Carolina Council for Women under GS 143B-394, so that instead of all 20 members being appointed by the Governor, members are now appointed, in specified numbers, by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, President Pro Tempore of the Senate, and Speaker of the House. Sets out provisions establishing staggered terms beginning in 2021. Makes conforming and organizational changes.
Amends the appointment of membership of the State Youth Advisory Council under GS 143B-394.26, so that now instead of all 10 adult members being appointed by the Governor, members are now appointed, in specified numbers, by the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, President Pro Tempore of the Senate, and Speaker of the House; sets out provisions for the appointment of these adult members that create staggered terms and requires the Council to elect youth members who will also serve staggered terms. Adds the requirement that the total membership reasonably reflect the socioeconomic, ethnic, sexual, and geographical composition of the state. Specifies that members serve until their successors are appointed and qualify. Deletes outdated provisions. Makes organizational changes.
Amends the appointment of membership of the North Carolina Internship Council as follows: (1) adds an appointment by the Lieutenant Governor; (2) reduces the number appointed by the Governor by one; (3) increases the community college representatives by one; (4) decreases the representatives from UNC by one; and (5) decreases the representatives of colleges or universities with an enrollment of less than 5,000 by one. Makes conforming changes. Provides for one chair instead of multiple.
Effective July 1, 2021.
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