Jurisdiction Over Legislative Proposals
JURISDICTION OVER LEGISLATIVE PROPOSALS
- In general, each standing committee shall have jurisdiction over the legislative
area described above; proposals falling in each area shall be
assigned to the appropriate committee by Steering Committee, which shall
have authority to make alternative assignments if necessary to make
the workload of the committees reasonably equal and equitable.
- When a proposal does not clearly fall within the jurisdiction of any standing
committee, the Steering Committee shall decide to which committee
to assign the proposal.
- The Steering Committee shall assign to each standing committee responsibility
for overseeing the work of a group of university committees appropriate to
the jurisdiction of each standing committee.
- All matters given to committees for consideration must be reported back
to the Steering Committee.