North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 130A. Public Health

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  • Article 1. Definitions, General Provisions and Remedies
  • Article 1A. Commission for Public Health
  • Article 1B. Commissions and Councils
  • Article 2. Local Administration
  • Article 3. State Laboratory of Public Health
  • Article 4. Vital Statistics
  • Article 5. Maternal and Child Health and Women's Health
  • Article 6. Communicable Diseases
  • Article 7. Chronic Disease
  • Article 8. Sanitation
  • Article 9. Solid Waste Management
  • Article 10. North Carolina Drinking Water Act
  • Article 11. Wastewater Systems
  • Article 12. Mosquito and Vector Control
  • Article 13. Nutrition
  • Article 14. Dental Health
  • Article 15. State Center for Health Statistics
  • Article 16. Postmortem Investigation and Disposition
  • Article 17. Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Compensation Program
  • Article 18. Health Assessments for Children in the Public Schools
  • Article 19. Asbestos Hazard Management
  • Article 19A. Lead-Based Paint Hazard Management Program
  • Article 19B. Certification and Accreditation of Lead-Based Paint Renovation Activities
  • Article 20. Occupational Health
  • Article 21. Advance Health Care Directive Registry
  • Article 22. A Terrorist Incident Using Nuclear, Biological, or Chemical Agents
  • Article 23. Smoking Prohibited in Public Places and Places of Employment

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