Committee Hearings
84. On written request of the introducer of a bill or any interested person or organization, timely made to the chairman or clerk of a committee, a public hearing shall be held on any measure on the official agenda of the committee.
The chairman may limit the time of proponents and opponents at such hearing.
The hearing may be conducted by the entire committee or a subcommittee thereof, as the committee shall direct.
When a bill is referred to more than one committee, no more than one hearing shall be required when properly and timely requested under the provisions of this rule.