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TO AMEND RULE 10 OF THE RULES OF THE SENATE BY ADDING A PARAGRAPH AT THE END OF THE RULE TO REQUIRE COMMITTEES TO REPORT TO THE FULL SENATE ON ALL PROPOSED REGULATIONS WITHIN SIXTY DAYS OF REFERRAL, AND TO PROVIDE THAT IN THE EVENT A REPORT IS NOT MADE THEN A JOINT RESOLUTION DISAPPROVING THE RESOLUTION IN THE NAME OF THE COMMITTEE MUST BE INTRODUCED AND REFERRED.
Be it resolved by the Senate:
That Rule 10 of the Senate is amended by adding at the end:
"Each regulation submitted to the General Assembly for review pursuant to Chapter 23 of Title 1 must be referred to the appropriate standing committee. Within sixty days from the date of referral, the standing committee must report the regulation to the full Senate. If the committee fails to report the regulation to the full Senate within sixty days, a Joint Resolution disapproving the proposed regulation must be introduced in the name of the committee and referred in order to toll the one hundred twenty day period for automatic approval pursuant to 1-23-120(D)."
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