A group of legislators, appointed by the presiding officer of the house or senate when the legislature is not in session, to study a particular issue or group of issues for the purpose of making recommendations to the next legislature.
A legislative committee authorized by the Legislative Assembly to study a particular subject or subjects between sessions. Interim committees are appointed by leadership after the end of session.
A statutory committee that may be assigned to study a specific matter during the time the Legislature is not in session and to make recommendations to the next regular session of the Legislature. The committee also monitors assigned Executive Branch agencies.
A statutory committeethat may be assigned to study a specific matterduring the time the Legislature is not in sessionand to make recommendations to the nextregular session of the Legislature. Thecommittee also monitors assigned ExecutiveBranch agencies.
The Interim Committee was a secret high-level group created in May 1945 by United States Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson with the approval of President Harry S. Truman to examine the problems that could result from the creation of the atomic bomb.