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State's Attorney Study Commission - RG 563 | Illinois State Archives

Name: State's Attorney Study Commission - RG 563


Historical Note: The State’s Attorney Study Commission was created by the General Assembly in 1973 to study the feasibility of two or more counties electing to jointly elect and employ the same state’s attorney, to evaluate the current salaries of state’s attorneys and their employees, and to consider the state’s role and interest in county prosecutions. It was composed of three Senate members appointed by president pro tempore, three Senate members appointed by the minority leader, three House members appointed by the Speaker, and three House members appointed by the minority leader. It was to report to the General Assembly by January 15, 1975 and be abolished as of July 1 or that year (P.A. 78-578, pp. 1602-1603). The reporting deadline later was extended to May 1, 1977 and the commission ceased to exist on July 1, 1977 (P.A. 79-1382, p. 1226).





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