2017 Tennessee Code
Title 3 - Legislature
Chapter 3 - Committee Investigations
§ 3-3-104. Employment of personnel -- Records.
- (a) Any such primary committee, appointed and acting by and on behalf of either or both houses of the general assembly, as contemplated and provided in this chapter, is given authority and power, unless otherwise directed by the house or houses of the general assembly for which the committee is acting, to employ one (1) or more sergeants-at-arms, and necessary or proper legal counsel, investigators and clerks, and a stenographer or stenographers, to take down and typewrite and make a record of the testimony given before any such committee, as well as all other data and information assembled and procured under the directions of such committee.
- (b) All such records, after use by such committee and the house or houses of the general assembly appointing it, shall be finally lodged and filed in the office of the secretary of state, and kept therein for public inspection, as other public records, statutes, etc., are kept and retained in such office.
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