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disability, or resignation of any member appointed by that
University shall provide administrative support to the
(a) The Commission shall identify issues concerning the
readiness and ability of young adults to find employment after
graduating from college or otherwise completing their
education that may be addressed by the 99th General Assembly
and future General Assemblies. The Commission shall make
recommendations regarding the issues identified. The issues
and recommendations shall address the barriers faced by young
adults who seek employment or promotional
State government and possible incentives
that could be offered
to foster the employment of and the
promotion of young adults
in State government.
(b) The Commission shall consult with State agencies,
community stakeholders, other universities and institutions of
higher education, and local school boards.
Findings and recommendations.
shall meet and begin its work no later than 60 days after the
appointment of all Commission members. By November 30, 2015,
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and by November 30 of every year thereafter, the Commission
shall submit a report to the General Assembly setting forth its
findings and recommendations. The requirement for reporting to
the General Assembly shall be satisfied by filing copies of the
report with the Speaker, Minority Leader, and Clerk of the
House of Representatives, the President, Minority Leader, and
Secretary of the Senate, and the Legislative Research Unit as
required under Section 3.1 of the General Assembly Organization
This Act is repealed January 1, 2019.
This Act takes effect upon