KLRD staff members coordinate and help plan interim committee meetings and certain commissions and task forces that meet throughout the year.
During the regular legislative session, standing committees are coordinated and planned by committee assistants, who should be contacted through the office of the standing committee's chairperson.
Standing Committees are established by statute or by House or Senate Leadership that meet during the regular legislative session.
Interim Committees are either established by statute and meet outside the regular legislative session (e.g. joint committees, oversight committees, commissions, and task forces) or are created by Legislative Coordinating Council to review specified topics and legislation during the Interim.
2018 SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON
Kansas Legislative Research Dept.
Office of Revisor of Statutes
The Committee is directed to:
- Consider investment analyses to be performed on economic development
projects that receive state support;
- Review the substance of those bills introduced during the 2018 Legislative
Session pertaining to the evaluation and transparency of economic development programs and, if applicable,
introduce new legislation that forges together the best elements of those proposals; and
- Develop criteria that standing committees of the House and Senate may use
when approving the creation of new programs or incentives that meet the future needs of the Kansas economy.
Approved Meeting Days: 1 day
* To date, the LCC has not designated a Committee chairperson (House or Senate), nor
designated this Committee’s size.
Statutory Joint Committees
Other Task Forces, Commissions, Committees
2018 Interim Committees
Approved Days Listing
Interim Committee Membership