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Council Bill SR 1027: To remove the ambiguity in the SGC-MMC Statutes regarding the alleged entity being either the Executive Branch or the President


In favor: 10; Opposed:15; Abstentions:0; Signed:Agenda Item: To remove the ambiguity in the SGC-MMC Statutes regarding the alleged entity being either the Executive Branch or the President

Date: May 10, 2010

Committee: N/A

Sponsors: Daniel Gonzalez, College of Arts and Sciences, Patrick O’Keefe, Lower Division, Daniela Gonzalez, Senator At-Large,

To remove the ambiguity in the SGC-MMC Statutes regarding the alleged entity being either the Executive Branch or the President

SECTION I. Short Title

This bill may be cited as “Clarification of the Executive involvement with the IAC of 2010”

SECTION II. Removing the ambiguity from section 5.06Internal Affairs Committee, due to its inability to differentiate whether the Executive is an individual or group.

Section 5.06 Internal Affairs Committee

(a) The purpose of the Internal Affairs Committee (IAC) is to ensure Senator compliance

with requirements, attendance at meetings, surveys, meetings with deans, and chairs.

(b) The committee will keep an active check on minutes, and ensure that legislation records

are kept, minutes are maintained and that all other compliance issues are kept, and

updated.

(c) The IAC will work with all of the members of the Executive branch, including the President, to ensure that the Internal Affairs Director keeps track of Executive office hours, and office requirements.

(d) This committee will ensure that the expenditure of each senator’s discretionary budget is

compliant with the Finance Policy of the SGC-MMC.

In favor: 17; Opposed:0; Abstentions:0; Status: Signed

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