(i) to affix it to a certified copy of a law or resolution;
(ii) to affix it to a communication from the State to the United States, another state,
or a foreign country; or
(iii) as needed for any other purpose provided by law.
(2) Unless the Governor signs the document, the Governor may not affix the State seal
to a document or allow the State seal to be affixed to a document issued by the Executive
Branch of the State government.
(b) The Secretary of the Senate and the Chief Clerk of the House may have the State
seal to affix it to a bill as required by law.
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