House Journal: Page 687: Monday, March 13, 2000
25 The legislative service bureau shall employ a
26 legislative branch protocol officer to coordinate
27 activities related to state, national, and
28 international visitors to the state capitol or with an
29 interest in the general assembly, and related to
30 travel of members of the general assembly abroad. The
31 protocol officer shall serve in a consultative
32 capacity and shall provide staff support to the
33 international advisory council. The protocol officer
34 shall also work with the executive branch protocol
35 officer to coordinate state, national, and
36 international relations activities. The legislative
37 branch protocol officer shall submit periodic reports
38 to the international relations committee of the
39 legislative council regarding the visits of state,
40 national, and international visitors and regarding
41 international activities.
42 Sec. 4. NEW SECTION. 2D.4 EXECUTIVE BRANCH
43 PROTOCOL OFFICER.
44 The lieutenant governor, or the lieutenant
45 governor's designee, shall be the executive branch
46 protocol officer. The protocol officer shall serve in
47 a consultative capacity to the international relations
48 advisory council. The protocol officer shall work
49 with the international relations committee of the
50 legislative council and the legislative branch
1 protocol officer in developing and implementing
2 protocol for state, national, and international
3 visitors to the state capitol and in improving
4 coordination between the legislative and executive
5 branches in international relations activities."
6 2. Title page, by striking line 1, and inserting
7 the following: "An Act relating to international
8 relations including the creation of an international
9 relations advisory council and the designation of
10 legislative and executive branch protocol officers."
Amendment H-8273 was adopted.
Gipp of Winneshiek moved that the bill be read a last time now
and placed upon its passage which motion prevailed and the bill was
read a last time.
On the question "Shall the bill pass?" (H.F. 2442)
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