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Conflict of Interest Laws Commission - RG 598 | Illinois State Archives

Name: Conflict of Interest Laws Commission - RG 598


Historical Note: The Conflict of Interest Laws Commission was created by the General Assembly in 1965 to make a careful study of the need for revision of laws concerning conflict of interest on the part of state officials and employees with a view toward recommending legislation that will adequately protect the public interest. It further was empowered to conduct investigations into specific situations to ascertain the existence of conflicts of interest on the part of state officials and employees. It was composed of five members of the House appointed by the Speaker, five members of the Senate appointed by the Committee on Committees, and five members appointed by the Governor. The commission was to make its final report to the General Assembly by January 15, 1967 and then was to pass from existence on July 1, 1967 (L. 1965, pp.3050-3051).





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