Bill Summary for H 103 (2023-2024)
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AN ACT TO MAKE TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS TO THE GENERAL STATUTES AND SESSION LAWS, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GENERAL STATUTES COMMISSION.Intro. by Davis.
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Effective retroactively to October 1, 2022, amends GS 90-186, which sets special powers of the Veterinary Medical Board (Board), eliminating reference to the registration of veterinary student preceptees, a term that was eliminated by SL 2022-67. Makes further technical and clarifying changes to the statute. Corrects existing language of subsubsection (6)d., GS 90-186, which includes a current version with a contingent expiration date and an enacted version with a contingent effective date (expiring and effective on the date the rules adopted by the Board pertaining to veterinary facility permits required by Section 4, SL 2019-170 become effective) to accurately reflect the changes made to the current version of subsubsection (6)d. enacted in SL 2022-67. Effective 60 days after the date the rules adopted by the Board pertaining to veterinary facility permits required by Section 4, SL 2019-170 become effective, reinstates the limitation of the $150 inspection fee for veterinary facilities to those resulting from a serious inspection violation or as a result of a complaint.
Amends GS 93B-8.1, which addresses the use of criminal history records by occupational licensing boards and State agency licensing boards. Expands the definition of applicant specific to the statute to include individuals who make an application for licensure from a board, which is defined to include both occupational licensing boards and State agency licensing boards, rather than occupational licensing boards only. Replaces the term person with individual throughout. Makes further technical and clarifying changes.
Amends GS 130A-440.1, which requires children entering kindergarten in public schools to obtain vision screening, to no longer require that the screening, results, or notice or reminders of recommended eye exams be in accordance with standards adopted by the Governor's Commission on Early Childhood Vision Care (Commission). Eliminates further references to the Commission.
Makes a technical correction to the effective date provision set forth in Section 7(c) of SL 2022-73. Effective retroactively to July 11, 2022.
Makes technical corrections to the introductory language of Section 15.3(f) of SL 2022-74. Effective July 1, 2023.
Amends Section 20.4(b), SL 2022-74, to correct the statutory reference to GS 147-69.2(a)(22), repealed by the law. Effective retroactively to July 1, 2022.
Makes a technical correction to the introductory language of Section 39.16, SL 2022-74 to include reference to SL 2021-180. Effective retroactively to July 1, 2022.