AN ACT TO PROTECT LIVING DONORS FROM POTENTIAL INSURANCE DISCRIMINATION, TO PROVIDE AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR UNREIMBURSED MEDICAL EXPENSES RESULTING FROM CERTAIN ORGAN AND MARROW DONATIONS, AND TO PROVIDE UP TO THIRTY DAYS' PAID LEAVE TO STATE EMPLOYEES AND OTHER STATE-SUPPORTED PERSONNEL WHO SERVE AS LIVING ORGAN DONORS AND UP TO SEVEN DAYS' PAID LEAVE FOR BONE MARROW DONORS.
House committee substitute amends the 3rd edition as follows.
Amends proposed GS 105-153.11, which establishes a tax credit for live organ donation. Allows the credit to be claimed by a taxpayer who is allowed to claim as a dependent a person who makes a live organ donation, defining dependent as a qualifying child or qualifying relative as defined in section 152 of the Internal Revenue Code (was, a person who claims as a dependent under section 151 of the Code a person who makes a live organ donation).
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