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Delaware Code Title 29. State Government § 903. Appointment and duties of Bill Clerks

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(a) A Bill Clerk for the House of Representatives and 1 for the Senate shall be appointed by joint resolution at each session of the General Assembly.

(b) The Bill Clerks shall have general supervision over all bills and resolutions introduced at any session of the General Assembly. When any bill or resolution has passed both Houses, the Bill Clerks shall attach a parchment backing to the bill or resolution, initial, seal or stamp each and every page of each and every bill or resolution so passed and present them to the presiding officers of the 2 Houses for their signatures. The Bill Clerks shall then certify with the Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House, on the backing of each bill or resolution, that the bill or resolution is the same as that which passed both Houses, and they shall then deliver the bill or resolution to the Chairpersons of the Passed Bill Committees of their respective Houses. The Bill Clerks, in addition to the duties prescribed in this section, shall be Clerks of the Passed Bill Committees.

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