Posted by 12 July 2017
Check out this key bill voted on by elected officials in North Carolina, check-in to the VoteSpotter app to see how your legislators voted, and comment below to share what you think!
Senate Bill 569, Reorganize State Law Addressing Powers of Attorney: Passed 114 to 0 in the state House on June 27, 2017
To clean up state law addressing powers of attorney (where someone has appointed another person to make decisions on their behalf). Current statutes concerning powers of attorney are spread throughout state law; this bill would put them together. It does not apply to health care powers of attorney.
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