(a) The Equal Pay Commission is continued. The commission shall be composed of the following thirteen members:
(1) Five members of the House of Delegates, appointed by the Speaker;
(2) Five members of the Senate, appointed by the President; and
(3) Three state employee representatives, including one labor union member representing
state employees, as agreed to by the Speaker and President; the Director of the Women's
Commission, or his or her designee; and the Director of the Office of Equal Employment
Opportunity, or his or her designee.
(b) The commission shall seek input from and invite the Commissioner of Labor or his
or her designee and the Director of the Personnel Division of the Department of Administration
or his or her designee to attend meetings of the commission.
(c) One of the members of the Senate and one of the members of the House of Delegates,
as designated by the President and the Speaker respectively, shall serve as cochairs
of the commission.
(d) The members of the House of Delegates, the members of the Senate and the state
employee representative members shall be appointed to serve two-year terms.
(e) Any member whose term has expired shall serve until his or her successor has been
duly appointed. Any person appointed to fill a vacancy shall serve only for the unexpired term. Any member is eligible for reappointment.
(f) Any vacancies occurring in the membership of the commission shall be filled in
the same manner as the original appointment for the position being vacated. The vacancy shall not affect the power of the remaining members to execute the duties
of the commission.
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