SB 1287 General Assembly; sworn testimony before legislative committees.
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Summary as introduced:
General Assembly; sworn testimony before legislative committees. Permits legislative committees and other legislative bodies comprised of General Assembly members to require sworn oral or written testimony. A person testifying before a committee may execute the oath or affirmation by signing a statement of truthfulness at each committee meeting. Persons who anticipate providing testimony at multiple committee meetings during a calendar year may file a single sworn statement with either the Clerk of Senate or Clerk of the House who shall issue a testimony card that may be presented during committee meetings. Persons who may administer oaths and affirmations before the houses and committees has been revised to include the President pro tempore of the Senate and to remove committee clerks.

Full text:
01/15/03  Senate: Presented & ordered printed 035221552  pdf | impact statement
01/20/03  Senate: Introduced bill reprinted 035221552  pdf | impact statement

01/15/03  Senate: Presented & ordered printed 035221552
01/15/03  Senate: Referred to Committee on Rules
01/20/03  Senate: Introduced bill reprinted 035221552
02/03/03  Senate: Left in Rules