Senate Bill No. 974
               Senate Bill No. 974

               PUBLIC ACT NO. 97-76


AN  ACT  CONCERNING  THE  STATE  EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN
COMMITTEE.


    Be  it  enacted  by  the  Senate  and House of
Representatives in General Assembly convened:
    Subsection   (b)   of  section  5-262  of  the
general statutes is repealed and the following  is
substituted in lieu thereof:
    (b)  There  is  established  a  State Employee
Campaign Committee consisting of: The Comptroller,
or    his    designee;    the    Commissioner   of
Administrative  Services,  or  his  designee;  the
executive  director  of  the  Joint  Committee  on
Legislative Management, or his designee; ten state
employees   appointed  as  follows:  Four  by  the
Governor, two of whom shall be a representative of
organized  labor,  one by the speaker of the House
of Representatives, one by the majority leader  of
the  House of Representatives, one by the minority
leader of the House of Representatives, one by the
president  pro  tempore  of the Senate, one by the
majority leader of  the  Senate  and  one  by  the
minority  leader  of the Senate; TWO RETIRED STATE
EMPLOYEES, ONE APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR  AND  ONE
APPOINTED   BY   THE  COMPTROLLER;  one  nonvoting
representative from each participating federation;
and   one   nonvoting   representative   from  the
principal   combined   fund-raising   organization
selected   pursuant  to  subsection  (c)  of  this
section. Not more than one state employee from any
state  agency shall be appointed to the committee.
[The  initial  appointments  of   state   employee
members  by  members of the General Assembly shall
be made on or before July 1, 1992, and  such]  ALL
VOTING  members  OF  THE  STATE  EMPLOYEE CAMPAIGN
COMMITTEE and  their  successors  shall  serve  in
accordance  with  the  provisions of section 4-1a.
The committee  shall  select  one  of  its  voting
members to serve as chairperson.

Approved May 27, 1997