Each department shall maintain its principal office at the state capital. The director of each department may, with the approval of the governor, establish
and maintain branch offices at other places than the state capital for the conduct
of one or more of the functions of his or her department.
The governor, in his or her discretion, may require all administrative departments
of the state and the appointive officers thereof, other than those created by this
chapter, to maintain their principal offices at the state capital in rooms to be furnished
by the director of enterprise services.
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