Rule 14.48. Permanent Committee Records; Disposition
A. The permanent records of the committee shall include the minutes of each meeting and a file on each instrument received by the committee. The file on each instrument shall include a copy of committee amendments proposed by any member, whether adopted or not, and the disposition thereof; a copy of any fiscal note, actuarial note or notice attached to an instrument at the time of committee consideration; all prepared statements which have been filed with the committee chairman by members or interested parties; the minutes of the public hearing held on the instrument and of the meeting at which the committee report thereon was decided, and also a copy of the committee report thereon.
B. The minutes, as approved by the committee, and other permanent records of the committee shall be public records and shall be maintained by the committee secretary; however, the Clerk of the House shall be the official custodian of such records.
HR 8, 1974; HR 45, 1998, eff. May 20, 1998; HR 4, 2006 2nd Ex. Sess., eff. Dec. 13, 2006.