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Press release from the Office of the Governor:

RALEIGH — Gov. Pat McCrory has signed the following bills into law.

H.B. 795 – A bill increasing the thresholds for when the State Environmental Policy Act applies, increasing the number of exemptions from the Act, and otherwise amending the Act.

H.B. 909 – A bill making various changes to the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Commission laws.

S.B. 25 – A bill clarifying when a county or municipality may enact zoning ordinances related to design and aesthetic control and prohibiting cities and counties from adopting zoning ordinances that regulate building design elements of structures subject to regulation under the North Carolina Residential Code for One- and Two-Family Dwellings.

H.B. 163 – A bill making various clarifying and technical changes to the North Carolina Captive Insurance Act as recommended by the Department of Insurance.

H.B. 190 – A bill making various modifications to the State Health Plan as recommended by the State Treasurer.

H.B. 262 – A bill modernizing the Surplus Lines Act.

S.B. 366 – A bill amending the reporting and meeting requirements pertaining to the Permanency Innovation Initiative Oversight committee.

H.B. 560 – A bill providing that it is a felony to assault hospital personnel and licensed healthcare providers who are providing or attempting to provide services in a hospital.

S.B. 154 – A bill making omnibus clarifications to the Good Samaritan Law.

S.B. 487 – A bill updating outdated and obsolete provisions of the NC Health Choice program in order to avoid confusion by stakeholders and increasing efficiencies in the administration of the program as recommended by the Department of Health and Human Services.

H.B. 16 – A bill repealing outdated and unnecessary insurance reporting requirements, as recommended by the Department of Insurance.

H.B. 511 – A bill making various statutory changes related to credit unions.

S.B. 60 – A bill providing that a non-expiring, permanent civil no contact order may be issued against a sex offender on behalf of the crime victim, establishing the procedure for obtaining such an order, clarifying enhanced penalties for violations of protective orders, and allowing the extension of orders entered in street gang nuisance abatement cases after a court hearing.

S.B. 83 – A bill amending the Criminal Law Concerning the Filing or recording of false liens or encumbrances knowing or having reason to know that the lien or encumbrance is false or contains a materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation.

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• S.B. 99 – A bill establishing a definition of firefighter for purposes of the Local Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the Statewide Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the State Fire Protection Grant Fund, Volunteer Safety Workers Assistance and the Rescue Squad Workers’ Relief Fund; amending the process for filing certified rosters with the North Carolina State Firemen’s Association and the North Carolina Association of Rescue and Emergency Medical Services Inc.; and specifying local government authority as it pertains to a fire department board and participation in the Local Governmental Employees’ Retirement System.

S.B. 161 – A bill authorizing Supreme Court sessions to be held in Morganton not more than twice a year.

Raleigh, N.C.— Governor Pat McCrory has signed the following bills into law.

  • H.B. 795 – A bill increasing the thresholds for when the State Environmental Policy Act applies, increasing the number of exemptions from the Act, and otherwise amending the Act.
  • H.B. 909 – A bill making various changes to the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Commission laws.
  • S.B. 25 – A bill clarifying when a county or municipality may enact zoning ordinances related to design and aesthetic control and prohibiting cities and counties from adopting zoning ordinances that regulate building design elements of structures subject to regulation under the North Carolina Residential Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings.
  • H.B. 163 – A bill making various clarifying and technical changes to the North Carolina Captive Insurance Act as recommended by the Department of Insurance.
  • H.B. 190 – A bill making various modifications to the State Health Plan as recommended by the State Treasurer.
  • H.B. 262 – A bill modernizing the Surplus Lines Act.
  • S.B. 366 – An bill amending the reporting and meeting requirements pertaining to the Permanency Innovation Initiative Oversight committee.
  • H.B. 560 – A bill providing that it is a felony to assault hospital personnel and licensed healthcare providers who are providing or attempting to provide services in a hospital.
  • S.B. 154 – A bill making omnibus clarifications to the Good Samaritan Law.
  • S.B. 487 – A bill updating outdated and obsolete provisions of the NC Health Choice program in order to avoid confusion by stakeholders and increasing efficiencies in the administration of the program as recommended by the Department of Health and Human Services.
  • H.B. 16 – A bill repealing outdated and unnecessary insurance reporting requirements, as recommended by the Department of Insurance.
  • H.B. 511 – A bill making various statutory changes related to credit unions.
  • S.B. 60 – A bill providing that a non‑expiring, permanent civil no‑contact order may be issued against a sex offender on behalf of the crime victim, establishing the procedure for obtaining such an order, clarifying enhanced penalties for violations of protective orders, and allowing the extension of orders entered in street gang nuisance abatement cases after a court hearing.
  • S.B. 83 – A bill amending the Criminal Law Concerning the Filing or recording of false liens or encumbrances knowing or having reason to know that the lien or encumbrance is false or contains a materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation.
  • S.B. 99 – A bill establishing a definition of firefighter for purposes of the Local Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the Statewide Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the State Fire Protection Grant Fund, Volunteer Safety Workers Assistance, and the Rescue Squad Workers’ Relief Fund; amending the process for filing certified rosters with the North Carolina State Firemen’s Association and the North Carolina Association of Rescue and Emergency Medical Services, Inc.; and specifying local government authority as it pertains to a fire department board and participation in the Local Governmental Employees’ Retirement System.
  • S.B. 161 – A bill authorizing Supreme Court sessions to be held in Morganton not more than twice a year.

– See more at: http://www.governor.state.nc.us/newsroom/press-releases/20150619/governor-mccrory-signs-16-bills-law#sthash.OAeL2P5V.dpuf

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Raleigh, N.C.— Governor Pat McCrory has signed the following bills into law.

  • H.B. 795 – A bill increasing the thresholds for when the State Environmental Policy Act applies, increasing the number of exemptions from the Act, and otherwise amending the Act.
  • H.B. 909 – A bill making various changes to the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Commission laws.
  • S.B. 25 – A bill clarifying when a county or municipality may enact zoning ordinances related to design and aesthetic control and prohibiting cities and counties from adopting zoning ordinances that regulate building design elements of structures subject to regulation under the North Carolina Residential Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings.
  • H.B. 163 – A bill making various clarifying and technical changes to the North Carolina Captive Insurance Act as recommended by the Department of Insurance.
  • H.B. 190 – A bill making various modifications to the State Health Plan as recommended by the State Treasurer.
  • H.B. 262 – A bill modernizing the Surplus Lines Act.
  • S.B. 366 – An bill amending the reporting and meeting requirements pertaining to the Permanency Innovation Initiative Oversight committee.
  • H.B. 560 – A bill providing that it is a felony to assault hospital personnel and licensed healthcare providers who are providing or attempting to provide services in a hospital.
  • S.B. 154 – A bill making omnibus clarifications to the Good Samaritan Law.
  • S.B. 487 – A bill updating outdated and obsolete provisions of the NC Health Choice program in order to avoid confusion by stakeholders and increasing efficiencies in the administration of the program as recommended by the Department of Health and Human Services.
  • H.B. 16 – A bill repealing outdated and unnecessary insurance reporting requirements, as recommended by the Department of Insurance.
  • H.B. 511 – A bill making various statutory changes related to credit unions.
  • S.B. 60 – A bill providing that a non‑expiring, permanent civil no‑contact order may be issued against a sex offender on behalf of the crime victim, establishing the procedure for obtaining such an order, clarifying enhanced penalties for violations of protective orders, and allowing the extension of orders entered in street gang nuisance abatement cases after a court hearing.
  • S.B. 83 – A bill amending the Criminal Law Concerning the Filing or recording of false liens or encumbrances knowing or having reason to know that the lien or encumbrance is false or contains a materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation.
  • S.B. 99 – A bill establishing a definition of firefighter for purposes of the Local Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the Statewide Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the State Fire Protection Grant Fund, Volunteer Safety Workers Assistance, and the Rescue Squad Workers’ Relief Fund; amending the process for filing certified rosters with the North Carolina State Firemen’s Association and the North Carolina Association of Rescue and Emergency Medical Services, Inc.; and specifying local government authority as it pertains to a fire department board and participation in the Local Governmental Employees’ Retirement System.
  • S.B. 161 – A bill authorizing Supreme Court sessions to be held in Morganton not more than twice a year.

– See more at: http://www.governor.state.nc.us/newsroom/press-releases/20150619/governor-mccrory-signs-16-bills-law#sthash.OAeL2P5V.dpuf

Raleigh, N.C.— Governor Pat McCrory has signed the following bills into law.

  • H.B. 795 – A bill increasing the thresholds for when the State Environmental Policy Act applies, increasing the number of exemptions from the Act, and otherwise amending the Act.
  • H.B. 909 – A bill making various changes to the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) Commission laws.
  • S.B. 25 – A bill clarifying when a county or municipality may enact zoning ordinances related to design and aesthetic control and prohibiting cities and counties from adopting zoning ordinances that regulate building design elements of structures subject to regulation under the North Carolina Residential Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings.
  • H.B. 163 – A bill making various clarifying and technical changes to the North Carolina Captive Insurance Act as recommended by the Department of Insurance.
  • H.B. 190 – A bill making various modifications to the State Health Plan as recommended by the State Treasurer.
  • H.B. 262 – A bill modernizing the Surplus Lines Act.
  • S.B. 366 – An bill amending the reporting and meeting requirements pertaining to the Permanency Innovation Initiative Oversight committee.
  • H.B. 560 – A bill providing that it is a felony to assault hospital personnel and licensed healthcare providers who are providing or attempting to provide services in a hospital.
  • S.B. 154 – A bill making omnibus clarifications to the Good Samaritan Law.
  • S.B. 487 – A bill updating outdated and obsolete provisions of the NC Health Choice program in order to avoid confusion by stakeholders and increasing efficiencies in the administration of the program as recommended by the Department of Health and Human Services.
  • H.B. 16 – A bill repealing outdated and unnecessary insurance reporting requirements, as recommended by the Department of Insurance.
  • H.B. 511 – A bill making various statutory changes related to credit unions.
  • S.B. 60 – A bill providing that a non‑expiring, permanent civil no‑contact order may be issued against a sex offender on behalf of the crime victim, establishing the procedure for obtaining such an order, clarifying enhanced penalties for violations of protective orders, and allowing the extension of orders entered in street gang nuisance abatement cases after a court hearing.
  • S.B. 83 – A bill amending the Criminal Law Concerning the Filing or recording of false liens or encumbrances knowing or having reason to know that the lien or encumbrance is false or contains a materially false, fictitious, or fraudulent statement or representation.
  • S.B. 99 – A bill establishing a definition of firefighter for purposes of the Local Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the Statewide Firefighters’ Relief Fund, the State Fire Protection Grant Fund, Volunteer Safety Workers Assistance, and the Rescue Squad Workers’ Relief Fund; amending the process for filing certified rosters with the North Carolina State Firemen’s Association and the North Carolina Association of Rescue and Emergency Medical Services, Inc.; and specifying local government authority as it pertains to a fire department board and participation in the Local Governmental Employees’ Retirement System.
  • S.B. 161 – A bill authorizing Supreme Court sessions to be held in Morganton not more than twice a year.

– See more at: http://www.governor.state.nc.us/newsroom/press-releases/20150619/governor-mccrory-signs-16-bills-law#sthash.OAeL2P5V.dpuf

Angie Newsome

Angie Newsome is the executive director and editor of Carolina Public Press. Contact her at (828) 774-5290 or e-mail her at anewsome@carolinapublicpress.org.

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