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The Legislative Research Commission, created by Article 6B of the General Assembly Statutes Chapter 120, is authorized pursuant to the direction of the General Assembly 'to make or cause to be made such studies of and investigations into governmental agencies and institutions and matters of public policy as will aid the General Assembly in performing its duties in the most efficient and effective manner' and 'to report to the General Assembly the results of the studies made,' which reports 'may be accompanied by the recommendations of the Commission and bills suggested to effectuate the recommendations,' G.S. 120-30.17. The Commission is chaired by the Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, and consists of five representatives and five senators, who are appointed respectively by the Cochairmen, G.S. 120-30.10(a). (See Appendix A for a list of the Commission members.)

Pursuant to G.S. 120-30.10(b) and (c), the Commission Cochairmen appointed study committees consisting of legislators and public members to conduct the studies. Each member of the Legislative Research Commission was delegated the responsibility of overseeing one group of studies and causing the findings and recommendations of the various committees to be reported to the Commission. In addition, one senator and one representative from each study committee were designated Cochairmen.

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