Idaho Statutes
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TITLE 67
STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
CHAPTER 4
LEGISLATURE
67-452.  Membership in pacific fisheries legislative task force. The legislative council, joining with the presiding officers of other jurisdictions, shall appoint, respectively two (2) senators, one (1) from the majority party and one (1) from the minority party, and two (2) members of the house of representatives, one (1) from the majority party and one (1) from the minority party, to represent Idaho on the Pacific Fisheries Legislative Task Force, which shall operate as a clearinghouse for opinion from the various interests involved in pacific fishing, and which shall include among its duties the duty to report to the legislatures of the participating jurisdictions and to the state delegations in the United States congress concerning means of protecting and fostering fishing in the participating jurisdictions. Actual and necessary expenses and per diem shall be allowed as provided by the legislative council, and shall be paid from legislative funds.

History:
[67-452, added 1986, ch. 50, sec. 2, p. 144.]


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