Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 4
LEGISLATURE
67-406b.  Compensation and expenses. No member of the legislature of the state of Idaho shall receive any compensation for services rendered or expenses incurred as a legislator, except as set by the committee.
The committee shall, on or before November 30, 1976, establish the rate of compensation and expenses for services to be rendered by members of the legislature during the two (2) year period commencing on December 1, 1976. The compensation and expenses so established shall, on or before such date, be filed with the secretary of state and the state controller. The rates thus established shall be the rates applicable for the two (2) year period specified unless prior to the twenty-fifth legislative day of the regular 1977 legislative session, by concurrent resolution, the senate and house of representatives shall reject said rates of compensation and expenses and declare the same to be inoperative.
Thereafter the committee shall on or before the last day of November of each even numbered year, establish the rate of compensation, and expenses for services to be rendered by members of the legislature during the two (2) year period commencing on the first day of December of such year. The compensation and expenses so established shall, on or before such date, be filed with the secretary of state and the state controller. The rates thus established shall be the rates applicable for the two (2) year period specified unless prior to the twenty-fifth legislative day of the next regular biennial session, by concurrent resolution the senate and house of representatives shall reject said rates of compensation and expenses and declare the same to be inoperative.

History:
[67-406b, added 1967, ch. 303, sec. 2, p. 861; am. 1976, ch. 286, sec. 2, p. 988; am. 1994, ch. 180, sec. 166, p. 529.]


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