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ARTICLE 1. OFFICERS, MEMBERS AND EMPLOYEES; APPROPRIATIONS; INVESTIGATIONS; DISPLAY OF FLAGS; RECORDS; USE OF CAPITOL BUILDING; PREFILING OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; STANDING COMMITTEES; INTERIM MEETINGS; NEXT MEETING OF THE SENATE.

ARTICLE 1A. LEGISLATIVE IMMUNITY.

ARTICLE 2. LEGISLATIVE AUDITOR; POWERS; FUNCTIONS; DUTIES; COMPENSATION.

ARTICLE 2A. COMPENSATION FOR AND EXPENSES OF MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE.

ARTICLE 2B. WORK GROUPS.

ARTICLE 2C. JUDICIAL COMPENSATION COMMISSION.

ARTICLE 3. JOINT COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT AND FINANCE.

ARTICLE 4. CITIZENS HEARING COMMITTEE.

ARTICLE 5. COMMISSION ON SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS.

ARTICLE 6. BLENNERHASSETT HISTORICAL COMMISSION.

ARTICLE 7. LEGISLATIVE BUILDING COMMISSION.

ARTICLE 8. CAPITOL BUILDING COMMISSION.

ARTICLE 9. LEGISLATIVE COMMISSION ON PENSIONS AND RETIREMENT.

ARTICLE 10. PERFORMANCE REVIEW ACT.

ARTICLE 11. LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATION OF FEDERAL FUNDS.

ARTICLE 11A. LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATION OF TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUNDS.

ARTICLE 12. ESTABLISHMENT OF A WEST VIRGINIA LAW INSTITUTE.

ARTICLE 13. WEST VIRGINIA SESQUICENTENNIAL OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR COMMISSION AND FUND.

ARTICLE 14. LEGISLATIVE OVERSIGHT COMMISSION ON DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ACCOUNTABILITY.

ARTICLE 15. JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON FLOODING.
§4-15-1. Establishing a Joint Legislative Committee on Flooding.

ARTICLE 15. JOINT LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE ON FLOODING.

§4-15-1. Establishing a Joint Legislative Committee on Flooding.

 (a) The President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Delegates shall each appoint five members of their respective houses, at least two of whom shall be members of the minority party, and at least one shall be a member of the Committee on Government Organization, to serve an interim committee charged with studying flood damage reduction and flood plain management. The President and the Speaker shall each designate a Chair from among the five committee members of their respective houses. This committee shall be known as the “Joint Legislative Committee on Flooding” and shall study all activities relating to flood protection and shall make recommendations to the Joint Committee on Government and Finance, which offer solutions to reduce the reality and threat of future loss of life and property damages associated with flooding.

(b) The expenses of the committee are to be approved by the Joint Committee on Government and Finance and paid from legislative appropriations.

(c) The Chair of the State Resiliency Office, created pursuant to article thirty, chapter twenty-nine of this code, shall report quarterly to the committee, and shall prepare an annual report to the committee no later than December 31 of each year.

(d) The Chairs of the committee shall report annually, each January, to the Joint Committee on Government and Finance, with any proposals or legislation as may be deemed necessary to prevent or reduce the risk of flooding in this state.

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