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Kansas Statutes Chapter 46. Legislature § 46-1001. “Investigating committee” defined

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As used in this act, unless the context otherwise requires, “investigating committee” means any of the following:

(a) A standing, special or select committee of either the house of representatives or the senate, a joint committee of both houses of the legislature, or an authorized subcommittee of any such committee;  or

(b) The legislative coordinating council, the legislative budget committee, the joint committee on special claims against the state, the joint committee on administrative rules and regulations, the legislative post audit committee, any special or select committee appointed by the legislative coordinating council, or any authorized subcommittee of any such committee or said council;  or

(c) Any committee, commission or board created by the legislature by concurrent resolution or enactment when, as one or all of its duties, it is to perform an inquiry, study or investigation for the legislature, except that an advisory committee is not an investigating committee;  or

(d) Any committee heretofore or hereafter created by law or resolution of either house of the legislature or by concurrent resolution, when all of the members of such committee, who are authorized to vote on actions of the committee, are legislators.

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