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46-1601. Legislative committees on economic development; purpose. The purpose of the legislative committees shall be to:

(a) Facilitate the growth, diversification and expansion of existing enterprises and the creation by Kansans of new wealth-generating enterprises;

(b) promote economic diversification and innovation within the basic industries and sectors of the state;

(c) promote increased productivity and value added products, processes and services among wealth-generating enterprises, and the export of those goods and services created by small and large Kansas enterprises to the nation and world;

(d) maintain and revitalize economically depressed rural areas and urban neighborhoods by annually targeting scarce resources by size, sector and location to communities and enterprises of particular need and opportunity, and by working in close collaboration with local communities;

(e) protect and enhance the environmental quality of the state in ways consistent with dynamic economic growth; and

(f) promote and evaluate workforce development to meet the needs of the economy.

History: L. 1986, ch. 194, § 1; L. 2006, ch. 164, § 2; July 1.

Revisor's Note:

Prior section 46-1601 was transferred to 46-161.


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