Missouri Revised Statutes Title XI. Education and Libraries § 160.800. Governor may name council--public hearing required
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The governor may, on behalf of the state and in accordance with chapter 355, establish a private not-for-profit corporation named the “P-20 Council”, to carry out the provisions of sections 160.800 to 160.820 . As used in this section, the word “corporation” means the P-20 council authorized by this section. Before certification by the governor, the corporation shall conduct a public hearing for the purpose of giving all interested parties an opportunity to review and comment upon the articles of incorporation, bylaws, and method of operation of the corporation. Notice of hearing shall be given at least fourteen days prior to the hearing.
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