TO ALLOW THE STATUTORY DUTIES OF THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT TO BE CARRIED OUT BY THE HOUSE COMMITTEE ON STATE PERSONNEL.
Provides that if the House of Representatives does not have a Pensions and Retirement Committee but does have a State Personnel Committee, then references to the Pensions and Retirement Committee in Article 14A (Committee on Pensions and Retirement) of GS Chapter 120 are to be construed as referring to the State Personnel Committee.
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