North Carolina Human Relations Commission

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The NC Human Relations Commission provides services and programs aimed at improving relationships among all citizens of the state, while seeking to ensure equal opportunities in the areas of employment, housing, public accommodations, recreation, education, justice and governmental services.

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Rules Review Commission

The Rules Review Commission (RRC) is the executive agency created by the General Assembly in 1986 and is charged with reviewing and approving rules adopted by state agencies. The statutory authority for the RRC is found in two places. The authority for the RRC itself is G.S. 143B-30.1 and following. The Commission’s substantive review procedures are set by the General Assembly and are codified in the Administrative Procedure Act, Chapter 150B, Articles 1 and 2A.

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Our Mission

To serve the citizens of North Carolina with quality and efficiency by providing an independent forum for prompt and impartial resolution of administrative law contested cases involving citizens and state agencies; functioning as the State’s codifier, publisher, and reviewer of all administrative rules; and investigating alleged acts of unlawful discrimination in employment and housing.

Director and Chief Administrative Law Judge
Julian Mann, III