42 - Liaison Subcommittees
six standing budget review subcommittees, each composed of seven members, under the
Appropriations and Revenue Committee:
Development, Natural Resources and Tourism;
Government, Finance and Public Protection;
Corrections and Judiciary; and
subcommittees designated by the Committee on Committees, four A & R members are
designated by the House A & R Chair and three members are appointed by the Committee
on Committees from other standing committees.
subcommittees, three or four members are appointed by the Committee on Committees from
other standing committees, and the remaining A & R members are designated by the A
& R Chair.
Committees' members are usually referred to as liaison members.
members have full voting authority in all matters before a budget review subcommittee.
Committee on Committees may assign a chairman of a standing committee as an ex-officio
non-voting member of a subcommittee.
42A - Budget Review
Review Subcommittees provide notice of meetings at which members of standing committees
may participate as non-voting members;
conclusion of hearings, subcommittee recommendations are communicated to standing
committees, which may respond in writing;
the Appropriations and Revenue Committee reports budget bills, standing committees are
notified of the content of the budget relating to their jurisdiction;
& R reports budget bills, a report must be prepared, explaining, in detail,
modifications to the original budget (the budget memorandum);
Rules Committee shall not post any budget bill for passage less than five days after
reported by A & R.
44 - Committee on Conference
committee on free conference shall propose no new appropriation or any appropriation above
the level originally designed by either Chamber.
report of a Conference Committee is not in order on the same legislative day as
distribution of copies of the report and accompanying staff analysis.
49 - Procedure in Committee
prefiled bill receiving a favorable expression from an interim joint committee is not
exempt from posting and consideration requirements if it has a fiscal impact of more than
52 - Fiscal Statement
sponsor, committee or its chair, or a chamber may request a fiscal analysis on a proposed
fiscal statement is prepared and attached to the measure before final action.
fiscal analysis, referred to as a State Fiscal Note, examines any provision with fiscal
effects and estimates the potential impacts of passage of the measure on state government
revenues and expenditures.
analysis of a proposed amendment to a bill may also be requested.
fiscal statement is a public document.
61 - Amendments to Bills
amendment shall be in order... unless it complies with Rule 52 relative to fiscal