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Regular Session 1979-1980
House Bill 962

Short Title:
A Supplement to "The Administrative Code of 1929," approved April 9, 1929 (P. L. 177, No. 175), implementing the addition of section 4.1 to Article IV of the Constitution of Pennsylvania; establishing the Office of Attorney General elected by the citizens and setting forth powers and duties of the Attorney General; creating an Office of General Counsel and providing for legal services for Commonwealth agencies; transferring, reorganizing or reconstituting certain boards, commissions and agencies; placing certain duties upon the courts and district attorneys; repealing certain acts and parts of acts and making appropriations.
Prime Sponsor:
Last Action:
Act No. 164 of 1980, Oct. 15, 1980
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