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Governor Cooper Signs Bills into Law

RALEIGH

This afternoon, Governor Cooper signed the following bills into law:

  • House Bill 59: An Act to Make Technical Changes to the Revenue Laws
  • House Bill 158: An Act Authorizing Cities and Counties to Provide for the Payment of All or a Portion of the Cost of Critical Infrastructure Projects by Using Funds from Private Parties and Repaying the Funds by Making Special Assessments on Benefited Property and Clarifying the Recipient of Proceeds from a Performance Guarantee
  • House Bill 630 (Rylan's Law): An Act to Establish Social Services Regional Supervision and Collaboration; Reform the Child Welfare System in this State; Improve Accountability and State Oversight of the Child Welfare System; Require Written Agreements, Corrective Action, and State Intervention with Social Services Departments; Create Regional Social Service Departments; Establish a Child Well-Being Transformation Council; Establish a Drivers License Pilot Project; Establish a Pilot Program to Authorize a Waiver of the Employment Requirement for Foster Parents of Children Receiving Intensive Alternative Family Treatment; Reduce the Time Frame a Parent Has to Appeal from a Termination of Parental Rights Order; Reduce the Time Frame for Licensure Approval Regarding Foster Care; and Require Child Protective Service Observation Before Physical Custody of Child May Be Returned