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2014 Statute


45-317.Printing of bills and concurrent resolutions; types. The state printer is hereby directed to print each succeeding version of each bill and concurrent resolution to show changes made in each house in a different font of type and to retain material shown in canceled type and italic type in each reprinting of the bill or resolution. The state printer is directed to use the following types for the material indicated:

(a) Original new material in italic type, except original new material when the entire section is new material, in which case roman type shall be used and the word "New" shall precede the word "Section" or "Sec." at the beginning of each such entirely new section, and the words "New Section" shall be printed in italic type.

(b) Existing material being deleted in roman canceled type.

(c) Existing material in roman type.

(d) House committee amendments in boldface.

(e) New material being deleted in italic canceled type.

(f) House committee of the whole amendments in boldface and set off by brackets.

(g) Senate committee amendments in boldface italic type.

(h) Senate committee of the whole amendments in boldface italic and in brackets.

(i) Material other than the foregoing as seems appropriate to the state printer.

History: L. 1975, ch. 265, § 14; Feb. 3.