ROBERT L. EHRLICH, JR., Governor Ch. 3
(3) WITHIN 2 BUSINESS DAYS OF RECEIPT OF A PROPOSED REGULATION,
THE DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES SHALL PROVIDE NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF THE PUBLIC WHO HAVE REQUESTED NOTICE, AS SPECIFIED IN PARAGRAPH (2) OF
(4) THE DEPARTMENT OF LEGISLATIVE SERVICES:
(I) MAY IMPOSE A REASONABLE FEE FOR SENDING NOTICE UNDER
THIS SUBSECTION BY UNITED STATES MAIL; AND
(II) MAY NOT IMPOSE A FEE FOR SENDING NOTICE UNDER THIS
SECTION SUBSECTION BY ELECTRONIC MAIL.
(5) UPON REQUEST, A PROMULGATING UNIT SHALL PROVIDE COPIES OF
EMERGENCY REGULATIONS TO MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC.
AFTER A PUBLIC HEARING ON A PROPOSED REGULATION, THE COMMITTEES
MAY APPROVE, DENY A REQUEST FOR EMERGENCY STATUS FOR, OPPO
OF, OR REQUEST A PROMULGATING UNIT TO DELAY ADOPTION OF SPECIFIC
PROVISIONS OF PROPOSED REGULATIONS.
THE COMMITTEE MAY EXERCISE A POWER GRANTED UNDER THIS SUBTITLE
OVER AN EMERGENCY OR PROPOSED REGULATION OR A SPECIFIC, DISTINCT, AND
SEVERABLE PROVISION OF AN EMERGENCY OR PROPOSED REGULATION.
SECTION 2. AND BE IT FURTHER ENACTED, That this Act shall take
effect October 1, 2004.
Enacted January 11, 2005.
(Senate Bill 250 of the 2004 Regular Session)
AN ACT concerning
Labor and Employment - Equal Pay Commission
FOR the purpose of establishing an Equal Pay Commission; providing for the
membership of the Commission; providing for the designation of the Chairman
of the Commission; providing for the staff of the Commission; providing for
certain reimbursement for members of the Commission; requiring the
Commission to study certain issues; requiring the Commission to report its
preliminary and final findings and recommendations to the Governor, the
President of the Senate, and the Speaker of the House of Delegates on or before
certain dates; requiring the Commission's preliminary and final reports to
include certain findings and
recommendations solutions; providing for the
termination of this Act; and generally relating to equal pay for equal work.
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