USA Statutes : maine
Title : Title 03. LEGISLATURE
Chapter : Chapter 11. COMMISSION ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS
Title 3 - §241. Organization and duties
Title 3: LEGISLATURE
Chapter 11: COMMISSION ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS
§241. Organization and duties
The Commission on Uniform State Laws, as established by Title 5, section 12004-K, subsection 8, shall consist of 3 members
to be appointed for a term of 4 years by the Governor. The commission shall also consist of any residents who, because of
long service in the cause of state legislation, are elected life members of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform
State Laws. The commission shall examine subjects on which uniformity of legislation in the different states is desirable;
ascertain the best means to effect uniformity; cooperate with the commissioners of other states in the consideration and drafting
of uniform acts for submission to the Legislatures of the several states; and prepare bills for introduction in the Legislature.
[1989, c. 503, Pt. B, §5 (amd).]
Each commissioner shall be compensated as provided in Title 5, chapter 379.
[1983, c. 812, § 6 (amd).]
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