Criminal Background Check for NC Pharmacist Licensure

nc-stampHB 708 – Require Criminal BGC/Pharmacist Licensure

Primary Sponsors: Rep. Jonathan Jordan (R – Ashe), Rep. Brenden Jones (R – Bladen), Rep. Michael Wray (D – Halifax)

SB 104 – Require Criminal BGC/Pharmacist Licensure

Primary Sponsors: Sen. Jerry Tillman

This bill would require a criminal background check for applicants for a North Carolina pharmacist licensure. All applicants would also be required to demonstrate to the Board physical and mental competency to practice pharmacy.

Senate:

This bill received a favorable report in the Senate Health Care Committee on April 6, 2017.

This bill will be heard in the Senate Judiciary Committee on April 24, 2017. If the bill is found favorable there, it will move to the Senate Rules and Operations Committee.

 

House:

A proposed committee substitute on the House Judiciary II Committee on April 25, 2017. This bill passed in the House floor on April 25, 2017.

The House version of this bill was sent to the Senate, and was immediately referred to the Senate Rules and Operations Committee.

The House version of this bill was withdrawn from the Senate Rules and Operations Committee on May 22, 2017.

The House version of this bill was referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee. If it is found favorable there, it will move to the Senate Rules and Operations Committee.

 
 

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