Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War


JOB DESCRIPTION FOR
NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATION

Purpose

The purpose of the National Committee on Legislation of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War is to keep the Order apprised of proposed federal and state legislation affecting the welfare of the Order or the Constitution or welfare of the United States.

Activities

The activities of the National Committee on Legislation should include the responsibilities listed below.
  1. Identify and evaluate proposed federal and state legislation which may negatively or positively impact the welfare of the Order, the Constitution or the welfare of the United States.


  2. Submit periodic reports to the Commander-in-Chief on the nature and status of such legislation.


  3. Prepare and submit periodic progress reports to the Commander-in-Chief on the activities of the committee.


  4. Perform other related responsibilities as assigned by the National Encampment or Commander-in-Chief.


  5. Prepare and submit an annual written report to the Commander-in-Chief and the National Encampment on the activities of the committee.

- Last Updated 1994


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