Kansas Statutes Annotated
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Statute Number:45-302
Chapter Title:PUBLIC RECORDS, DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION
Article Title:LEGISLATIVE DOCUMENTS
Tax Type:All
Brief Description:Signing of legislative documents by officers; presentation
to governor for approval.
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45-302. Signing of legislative documents by officers; presentation to governor for approval. (a) In the case of bills, resolutions and other papers originating in the senate, the secretary of the senate shall sign the enrolled bills, resolutions and other papers and present the same to the president of the senate for his or her signature. Thereupon the secretary of the senate shall transmit such enrolled bills, resolutions and other papers to the chief clerk of the house of representatives who shall sign the same after he or she has inspected them and present the same to the speaker of the house for his or her signature. Thereupon the chief clerk of the house shall return such enrolled bills, resolutions or other papers to the secretary of the senate who shall present such enrolled bills to the governor for approval, and such enrolled concurrent resolutions and other papers shall be transmitted by the secretary of the senate to the secretary of state.
(b) In the case of bills, resolutions and other papers originating in the house of representatives, the chief clerk of the house shall sign the enrolled bills, resolutions and other papers and present the same to the speaker of the house for his or her signature. Thereupon the chief clerk of the house shall transmit such enrolled bills, resolutions and other papers to the secretary of the senate who shall sign the same after he or she has inspected them and present the same to the president of the senate for his or her signature. Thereupon the secretary of the senate shall return such enrolled bills, resolutions or other papers to the chief clerk of the house who shall present such enrolled bills to the governor for approval, and such enrolled concurrent resolutions and other papers shall be transmitted by the chief clerk of the house to the secretary of state.
(c) All bills shall be signed by the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate and shall be presented to the governor within ten (10) days after passage.
History: L. 1969, ch. 249, 2; L. 1975, ch. 265, 2; Feb. 3.


Date Composed: 04/04/2011 Date Modified: 04/04/2011

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