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46-1002.Same; when powers exercised; rules; minimum size of subcommittee; open or closed meetings; secrecy or publication of testimony. An investigating committee may exercise its powers during sessions of the legislature, and also at or in connection with authorized meetings in the interim between sessions. Each investigating committee may adopt rules, not inconsistent with law or applicable rules of the legislature, governing its procedures, including the conduct of hearings. Whenever a subcommittee is exercising the powers of an investigating committee, such subcommittee shall be comprised of at least three (3) persons. An investigating committee may meet publicly or in executive session, and exercise powers of compulsory process in either. All or any part of testimony received by an investigating committee may be published or retained secret in accordance with the determination of such committee.

History: L. 1970, ch. 201, § 2; March 26.



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