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Name: Select Joint Committee on Regulatory Agency Reform - RG 617


Historical Note: The Select Joint Committee on Regulatory Agency Reform was established by the General Assembly in 1979 to review periodically the licensing and regulatory functions of those state agencies overseeing professions and occupations and to recommend the continuation, alteration, or discontinuation of those functions. Review criteria included the enhancement of competition, the reduction of the costs of the goods or services involved, and the protection of public health, safety, and welfare. It was composed of thirteen members. Three were members of the Senate appointed by the president and the minority leader and three were members of the House appointed by the Speaker and minority leader. No more than two members appointed by each house could be members of the same political party. Five members of the public, of whom no more than three were members of the same political party, were appointed by the Governor. The director of the Bureau of the Budget and the chairman of the Economic and Fiscal Commission served as ex officio members (P.A. 81-999, pp. 3802-3804; P.A. 81-1132, p. 4318). The committee was abolished by the Legislative Commission Reorganization Act of 1984 (P.A. 83-1257, p. 1177).





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