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This new edition of ACIR's State Legislative Program has
been developed by the staff with the help of the Joint Center
for Environmental and Urban Problems of Florida Atlantic University
and Florida International University, Dr. John M. DeGrove,
director. Other members of the joint center's team were
Robert N. Alcock, William G. Colman, Robert M. Rhodes, and
The following persons served diligently on a panel which
reviewed each proposal: Richard Carlson, director of research,
Council of State Governments; Honorable Charles A. Docter,
Maryland House of Delegates; Marcus Halbrook, director, Arkansas
Legislative Council; David Johnston, director, Ohio Legislative
Service Commission; William J. Pierce, executive director,
National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State
Laws; Bonnie Reese, executive secretary, Wisconsin Joint Legislative
Council; Honorable Karl Snow, Utah State Senator;
and Troy R. Westmeyer, director, New York Legislative Commission
on Expenditure Review.
The suggested legislation was also circulated in draft form to
the following national organizations for review and comment:
Council of State Governments
International City Management Association
National Association of Counties
National Conference of State Legislatures
National Governors' Conference
National League of Cities
U.S. Conference of Mayors
The Commission acknowledges the financial assistance of
the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in
updating and publishing this new edition of the ACIR State
The Commission is grateful to all who helped to produce this
volume, but the Commission alone takes responsibility for the
policies expressed herein and any errors of commission or
omission in the draftsmanship. Wayne F.
Wayne F. Anderson
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