2006 Alabama Code - Section 25-4-114 — Advisory council.
The Governor shall appoint an advisory council of not less than nine members, composed of equal numbers of employer representatives and employee representatives, who may be fairly regarded as representative because of their vocation, employment or affiliations, and of members representing the public generally. Such council shall aid the director in formulating policies and discussing problems related to the administration of this chapter, and in assuring impartiality and freedom from political influence in the solution of such problems, and shall perform such other duties and functions as may be assigned to it by the director, and as it may, on its own initiative, undertake within the limits of this section. Such advisory council shall serve at the pleasure of the Governor, and without compensation, but shall be reimbursed for any necessary expenses pursuant to Article 2 of Chapter 7 of Title 36. Said council shall from time to time prepare recommendations as to the administration of this chapter, and as to changes, amendments or modifications of such acts and laws of the State of Alabama, and particularly this chapter, as such council may deem proper, and said recommendations shall be submitted to the Governor and to the Legislature at its next session and at such succeeding sessions.
(Acts 1939, No. 497, p. 721; Code 1940, T. 26, §231.)
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