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for Popular Government Vol. 21 Issue 9, June 1955
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As usual, motor vehicle laws received considerable attention from the 1955 North Carolina General Assembly. Bills and proposals covered the Uniform Driver's License Act, and issues with registration, equipment, and financial responsibility.
Significant changes were made by the 1955 North Carolina General Assembly in statues controlling the organization and administration of the state's penal-correctional system, especially in relation to advocacy and the evolution of parole.
New provisions were made in domestic relations legislation in the 1955 North Carolina General Assembly. Bills concerning adoption, child custody, divorce, and guardianship were discussed, with some defeats and some successes.
North Carolina 1955 General Assembly faced a number of changes in bills related to mental health, persons with tuberculosis, and provisions for obtaining vital statistics.
In the 1955 North Carolina Legislature, the State's public school law has been completely revised, with acts which reflect the questions about segregation.
Public welfare laws in the 1955 North Carolina General Assembly were concentrated on legislation concerning child welfare and public assistance to dependent children.