Law Revision Commission | 2-88-1 to 2-88-6 - Organization, Operation, and Rules of Procedure

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Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies TITLE 2. General Assembly and Legislative Agencies

Agency Law Revision Commission

Subject Organization, Operation, and Rules of Procedure

Inclusive Sections §§ 2-88-1—2-88-6

CONTENTS

Sec. 2-88-1. Organization Sec. 2-88-2. Duties of the commission Sec. 2-88-3. Methods of operations Sec. 2-88-4. Public access Sec. 2-88-5. Rules of practice Sec. 2-88-6. Public inspection

Revised: 2015-3-6 R.C.S.A. §§ 2-88-1—2-88-6 - I -

Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies TITLE 2. General Assembly and Legislative Agencies

Law Revision Commission §2-88-5

Organization, Operation, and Rules of Procedure

Sec. 2-88-1. Organization The members of the Commission shall be appointed in accordance with the Provisions

of Section 2-86 of the General Statutes to which reference may be had. In addition, the Commission shall annually select from among its members a chairman, a vice-chairman and a secretary who shall have the duties and responsibilities ordinarily attendant to such positions. (Effective July 21, 1976)

Sec. 2-88-2. Duties of the commission The Commission shall have the duties and responsibilities outlined in the Provisions of

Section 2-87 of the General Statutes to which reference may be had. (Effective July 21, 1976)

Sec. 2-88-3. Methods of operations The Commission shall conduct meetings at the State Capitol or at such other place or

places as it may select where the Commission shall conduct the business appropriate to carrying out the duties prescribed by Law. Such meetings shall be open to the public. The Commission shall at such meetings receive comments, make recommendations and provide for the assistance, education, meetings and reports required by said Law. All recommendations to be made by the Commission shall be voted on at such regular meetings or special meetings called for that purpose. The Commission may make such application for funds pursuant to the Provisions of Section 2-88 of the General Statutes as shall be determined, by vote of the Commission, to be appropriate from time to time. (Effective July 21, 1976)

Sec. 2-88-4. Public access The members of the public may obtain information or make submissions or requests

either directly to the Commission at its regular meetings or by mail to the Chairman of the Commission who shall be authorized to provide such information or at his discretion to submit the same for consideration before the entire Commission. All information received by the Commission shall be considered public information and available upon request. (Effective July 21, 1976)

Sec. 2-88-5. Rules of practice Meetings of the Commission shall be conducted pursuant to the Rules of Order of the

General Assembly and shall follow an agenda which makes provision for the review of minutes of previous meetings, the completion of unfinished business, the taking up of new business and the receipt of public participation.

Special meetings may be called by the Chairman or any three members of the

Revised: 2015-3-6 R.C.S.A. §§ 2-88-1—2-88-6 - 1 -

Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies TITLE 2. General Assembly and Legislative Agencies

§2-88-6 Law Revision Commission

Commission upon giving due notice to the members of the Commission. No matter shall be taken up at any meeting of the Commission which represents a final recommendation or report of the Commission without due notice having been provided in the call of the meeting.

Public meetings or public hearings may be called by a vote of the Commission and such meetings shall be held only after the giving of such public notice as shall be deemed appropriate to bring the matters to the attention of the general public and such special notice to interested parties as shall be appropriate.

At all regular, special, or public meetings of the Commission all persons in attendance may make oral or written petitions or presentations of their views directly or through a representative provided that the Chairman shall have the responsibility of marshaling the time available so as to make the members of the Commission available to all of those desiring to state their views, recommendations and opinions. (Effective July 21, 1976)

Sec. 2-88-6. Public inspection The records of the Commission shall be maintained in the State Capitol and shall be

available for public inspection at all reasonable times. (Effective July 21, 1976)

R.C.S.A. §§ 2-88-1—2-88-6 Revised: 2015-3-6 - 2 -