AUTHORIZING THE LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION TO STUDY THE FEASIBILITY OF USING INMATE LABOR TO REHABILITATE UNUSED STATE-OWNED BUILDINGS AND TO SALVAGE HISTORICAL PROPERTIES THAT HAVE FALLEN INTO DISREPAIR.
Authorizes the Legislative Research Commission (Commission) to study the feasibility of using inmate labor to rehabilitate unused State-owned buildings and to salvage historical properties that have fallen into disrepair. Specifies certain issues that the Commission must look at and requires the Commission to develop an inventory of eligible facilities for rehabilitation and plot those buildings on a state map.
Requires the Commission to make an interim report to the 2011 General Assembly, including any proposed legislation, when it reconvenes in 2012, and to make a final report, including any proposed legislation, to the 2013 General Assembly.
Directs the Legislative Services Officer to allocate funds appropriated to the General Assembly for the Commission's expenditures.
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