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CHAPTER 4. THE LEGISLATURE.

ARTICLE 1A. LEGISLATIVE IMMUNITY.

§4-1A-3. Legislative act defined.

 "Legislative act" means an act that is generally to be performed by the Legislature in relation to the investigative, deliberative and decision-making business before it. A "legislative act":

(1) Is an integral part of the processes by which members participate in proceedings that come before the Senate or House of Delegates or a committee thereof; and

(2) Relates to the consideration and passage or rejection of proposed legislation; or

(3) Relates to other matters that Constitutional law places within the jurisdiction of either the Senate, the House of Delegates or the legislative branch of state government as a whole.

Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2017 Regular Session
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