Bill Summary for H 327 (2021)

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Jun 22 2022

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House Bill 327 (Public) Filed Wednesday, March 17, 2021
AN ACT TO UPDATE THE PROCESS FOR LEGISLATIVE REVIEW OF RULES, TO DESIGNATE THE NORTH CAROLINA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE PUBLISHED ONLINE AS THE OFFICIAL VERSION AND REMOVE THE REQUIREMENT TO PUBLISH AND PROVIDE PRINTED COPIES, TO UPDATE THE MODEL CODE OF JUDICIAL CONDUCT FOR STATE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGES, AND TO MAKE CLARIFYING CHANGES TO THE OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING LAWS.
Intro. by Moffitt, Riddell, Stevens, Yarborough.

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House committee substitute makes the following changes to the 3rd edition.

Modifies the proposed changes to GS 150B-21.3 regarding the effective dates of permanent rules, now providing that when a bill that specifically disapproves of an adopted rule is introduced in either house of the NCGA before the thirty-first legislative day of that session, the rule's effective date is delayed until the later of September 1 of the calendar year of that session or the day of adjournment of that session of the General Assembly that adjourns without ratifying (was, or the day that session of the General Assembly adjourns) a bill that specifically disapproves the rule, unless the agency adopting the rule specifies a later effective date or the bill is enacted. 

Changes the effective date of the changes to GS 150B-21.3 and GS 150B-21.18, and the repeal of GS 150B-21.25 from January 1, 2022, to January 1, 2023.

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