Meeting place of commission
A commodity commission may establish a meeting place anywhere within this state the commission selects, but the selection of the location must be guided by consideration for the convenience of the majority of those persons most likely to have business with the commission or be affected by the acts of the commission. This section does not prohibit a commission from participating in meetings outside this state for purposes of advancing the work of the commission. [1953 c.489 §18; 2003 c.604 §35]
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