A HOUSE RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE PERMANENT RULES OF THE HOUSE CONCERNING OFFICE ASSIGNMENTS.
Amends Rule 61.1 of the permanent rules of the Regular Session of the House of Representatives of the 2013 General Assembly, providing that assigned office space is considered to be private to the member, and no individual, other than legislative staff, can enter the area containing the member's work area without permission of that member or the member's designee in the event that area is unattended.
Provides that for the purposes of making office assignments or other duties, the Chair of the Rules Committee of the House, if accompanied by a joint legislative employee of the General Assembly, can enter an area containing a member's desk and work area at any time without permission of that member or the member's designee.
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