2019 Georgia Code
Title 47 - Retirement and Pensions
Chapter 20 - Public Retirement Systems Standards
Article 4 - Retirement Bills in General Assembly
Part 1 - General Provisions
§ 47-20-31. Retirement bills must carry legislative counsel number when introduced; changes in bills prior to introduction

Universal Citation: GA Code § 47-20-31 (2019)

No retirement bill may be introduced by any member of the General Assembly unless, at the time of its introduction, the bill has printed thereon in the upper right portion of each page of the bill an LC number. Once a retirement bill is presented by the Office of Legislative Counsel to a member of the General Assembly, neither the Office of Legislative Counsel nor any person shall make any change in the retirement bill prior to its introduction into the General Assembly unless the bill is returned to the Office of Legislative Counsel and that office assigns a new LC number to the bill.

History:

Code 1981, § 47-20-31, enacted by Ga. L. 1983, p. 1368, § 1.

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