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Federal/State:North Carolina
Bill:NC HB 57 - Indirect costs to school food service
Summary:Would (1) prohibit local school administrative units from assessing indirect costs to a child nutrition program unless the program is financially solvent and (2) appropriate funds to promote optimal pricing for child nutrition program foods and supplies, as recommended by the joint legislative program evaluation oversight committee based on recommendations from the program evaluation division.
Sponsor(s):Representative Julia C. Howard (R)
Status:
As of 7/5/2013: Signed by Governor Pat McCrory, Chapter 2013-235
As of 6/25/2013: House presented to Governor
As of 6/21/2013: House concurred in Senate Committee substitute, House ordered enrolled
As of 6/20/2013: Placed on calendar for June 20, 2013
As of 6/20/2013: Passed by Senate, received in House, House recommended to concur Senate Committee substitute
As of 6/18/2013: Passed second and third readings
As of 6/14/2013: Senate placed on calendar for June 17, 2103
As of 6/13/2013: Amended by Committee
As of 3/22/2013: Passed by House, received in Senate, first reading, referred to Committee on Education and Higher Education
As of 3/20/2013: Passed second and third readings
As of 3/15/2013: Placed on House calendar for March 19, 2013
As of 3/14/2013: Amended bill passed by Committee
As of 3/14/2013: Bill amended by Committee
As of 2/6/2013: Passed first reading, referred to Commitee on Appropriations
As of 2/4/2013: Filed

Federal/State:North Carolina
Bill:NC SB 193 - Indirect costs to school food service
Summary:Would (1) prohibit local school administrative units from assessing indirect costs to a child nutrition program unless the program is financially solvent and (2) appropriate funds to promote optimal pricing for child nutrition program foods and supplies, as recommended by the joint legislative program evaluation oversight committee based on recommendations from the program evaluation division.
Sponsor(s):Senator Fletcher L. Hartsell (R)
Status:
As of 5/14/2013: Passed first reading, referred to Committee on Education, then Committee on Finance
As of 5/10/2013: House received from Senate
As of 5/10/2013: Placed on calendar for May 8, 2013, passed second and third reading, bill engrossed
As of 5/8/2013: Withdrawn from calendar, placed on calendar for May 8, 2013
As of 5/2/2013: Withdrawn from calendar, placed on calendar for May 7, 2013
As of 5/1/2013: Amended bill passed by Committee
As of 3/7/2013: First reading, referred to Committee on Program Evaluation
As of 3/6/2013: Filed

Federal/State:North Carolina
Bill:NC HB 772 - Study participation in the National School Lunch Program
Summary:Would create a committee to study the State's participation in the federal National School Lunch Program and any flexibility on the State level to address the sustainable, continued operation of a child nutrition program for students in the public schools.
Sponsor(s):Representative C. Robert Brawley (R)
Status:
As of 4/12/2013: Passed first reading, referred to Committee on Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House
As of 4/11/2013: Filed

Federal/State:North Carolina
Bill:NC HB 803 - Healthy and High Performance Schools Act
Summary:Would establish a healthy schools fund to reimburse schools following nutrition standards and utilizing locally grown ingredients, provide grants for physical education and activity, support school gardens; would establish nutrition standards for foods served in schools; would encourage creation of central kitchens; would require school food service to provide information; would regulate fundraising and school vending; and require triannual review.
Sponsor(s):Representative Marvin W. Lucas (D)
Status:
As of 5/2/2013: Introduced, first reading, referred to Committee on Education