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46-1011.Record of testimony; filing and preservation of transcript; filing or determination of availability of documents. Whenever testimony given under oath is received by an investigating committee, a verbatim record shall be made thereof by a certified shorthand reporter, and the transcript of such record shall be filed with the division of legislative administrative services and be preserved for at least five (5) years. Whenever any document has been received by an investigating committee and included in the record by reference or otherwise, such document shall not be required to be filed with the transcript of the record as required by this section, if the investigating committee determines that the document will be reasonably available without such filing.

History: L. 1970, ch. 201, § 11; L. 1978, ch. 204, § 9; April 13.



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