HB1368 Eliminates requirement of a concurrent resolution before the statutes can be printed.
Sponsor: Clayton, Robert (10) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: LR Number: 3593L.01I
Last Action: COMMITTEE: MISCELLANEOUS BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
04/18/2000 - Reported Do Pass (H)
HB1368
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HB 1368 -- SESSION LAWS

SPONSOR:  Clayton

COMMITTEE ACTION:  Voted "do pass" by the Committee on Consumer
Protection by a vote of 14 to 1.

This bill eliminates the requirement that the General Assembly
adopt a concurrent resolution providing for the printing and
binding of the session laws.  The Joint Committee on Legislative
Research, instead of the Secretary of State, is allowed to
determine the actual cost of printing and binding of copies of
the laws and resolutions.

The bill removes the requirement for the Revisor of Statutes to
supply to each county's circuit court clerks order blanks for
the public to order copies of session laws.  The Revisor of
Statutes, instead of the Secretary of State, will publish
statewide ballot measures approved by voters with the laws
enacted by the following General Assembly and include them in
the next edition or supplement of the Revised Statutes of
Missouri.

The bill has an emergency clause.

FISCAL NOTE:  No impact on state funds.

PROPONENTS:  Supporters say that this bill would allow the
session laws to be printed without a concurrent resolution being
adopted by both chambers.

Testifying for the bill was Representative Clayton.

OPPONENTS:  There was no opposition voiced to the committee.

Donna Schlosser, Legislative Analyst


INTRODUCED

HB 1368 -- Session Laws

Sponsor:  Clayton

This bill eliminates the requirement that the General Assembly
adopt a concurrent resolution providing for the printing and
binding of the session laws.  The Joint Committee on Legislative
Research, instead of the Secretary of State, is allowed to
determine the actual cost of printing and binding of copies of
the laws and resolutions.

The bill removes the requirement for the Revisor of Statutes to
supply to each county's circuit court clerks order blanks for
the public to order copies of session laws.  The Revisor of
Statutes, instead of the Secretary of State, will publish
statewide ballot measures approved by voters with the laws
enacted by the following General Assembly and include it in the
next edition or supplement of the Revised Statutes of Missouri.

The bill has an emergency clause.


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