Connecticut Laws - Title 2c Review And Termination Of Governmental Entities And Programs
Sec. 2c-10. Reestablishment of entity or program by General Assembly.

Sec. 2c-10. Reestablishment of entity or program by General Assembly. (143)(1-click HTML)

Any governmental entity or program scheduled for termination under section 2c-2b may be reestablished by the General Assembly for periods not to exceed five years, at the end of which the entity or program shall again be subject to review under the provisions of sections 2c-1 to 2c-12, inclusive. Any such reenactment may provide for the consolidation of governmental entities or programs or for the transfer of governmental functions from one entity or program to another. (144)


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