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Bill Signings for June 28, 2017

RALEIGH

Today, Gov. Cooper signed the following bills into law:

  • Senate Bill 63: An Act to Require the Military Affairs Commission to Adopt a Comprehensive Strategic Plan to Enhance North Carolina Military Installations and their Missions 
  • Senate Bill 64: An Act to Establish Veterans' History Awareness Month in November 
  • Senate Bill 244: An Act to Add the Coastal Crescent Trail to the Mountains-to-Sea State Trail 
  • Senate Bill 312: An Act to Allow the State Surplus Property Agency to Distribute State Surplus Computers to Nonprofit Entities that Refurbish and Donate Computers for the Benefit of Low-Income Students and Households 
  • Senate Bill 315: An Act to Direct the University of North Carolina to Implement the Undergraduate Degree Completion Improvement Plan; To Direct the State Board of Community Colleges and the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina to Develop and Implement a Systemwide Articulation Agreement for the Transfer of Credit from a Community College Early Childhood Education Program to a University of North Carolina Constituent Institution; To Direct the President, or the President's Designee, and the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina to Consider and Evaluate the Feasibility of Applying for and Implementing the UTeach Program as Part of the Curricula Offered by the University of North Carolina System; To Authorize the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina to Set the Expenditure Benchmark for the President of the University of North Carolina at an Amount Consistent with the Maximum Benchmark Set for Constituent Institutions; And to Change the Date by Which the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina Shall Begin Reporting Annually the Number of Students Who Graduated from Early College High School and Applied for Admission to a Constituent Institution 
  • Senate Bill 326: An Act to Clarify the Application of the Highway Use Tax to Out-of-State Vehicles Titled in this State, to Improve the Vehicle Titling Process by Eliminating Duplicative Requirements, and to Direct DMV to Title and Register High-Mobility Multipurpose Vehicles