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Travel Agency and Passenger Carrier Study Commission - RG 592 | Illinois State Archives

Name: Travel Agency and Passenger Carrier Study Commission - RG 592


Historical Note: The Travel Agency and Passenger Carrier Study Commission was created by the General Assembly in 1969 to study all aspects of the travel agency business and consider the necessity and desirability of legislation regulating travel agencies and any other aspect of the travel agency field which the commission deemed necessary. Further it was to study the practices of inter-city passenger carriers, including air lines, bus lines and railroads, with particular reference to the reservation practices of such carriers and to consider the necessity and desirability of legislation in this regard. It was composed of five members of the House, five members of the Senate, and four public members, all appointed by the legislative leadership. It was to make its final report to the General Assembly by February 1, 1971 and then pass from existence on July 1, 1971 (P.A. 76-1142, pp. 2292-2293). The commission's life was extended in 1971 until July 1, 1973 (P.A. 77-1529, p. 2812).





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