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41-3202. Advisory council on spinal and head injuries; duties

A. The advisory council on spinal and head injuries shall:

1. Advise appropriate state agencies, the governor and the legislature on matters and issues relating to spinal and head injuries and rehabilitation.

2. Review and make recommendations, plans and strategies for meeting the needs of persons with spinal or head injuries on a statewide basis.

3. In cooperation with all related organizations, conduct a comprehensive program of professional and public education to heighten awareness of the capabilities, potential and needs of persons with spinal or head injuries.

4. Serve as a repository of information on spinal or head injuries, referral procedures and demographics of the injury.

5. Monitor programs and services for persons with spinal or head injuries to encourage efficient and coordinated use of resources in providing services.

6. Develop plans for the expenditure of the spinal and head injuries trust fund in accordance with guidelines established in section 41-3203.

B. The council may submit a report to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate on council recommendations regarding the problems of spinal and head injuries. These recommendations shall be represented by a majority vote of a quorum of members present in a formal meeting. Minority opinions may be submitted in writing to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate through the chairman of the council.

C. In developing its recommendations, the council shall encourage broad participation by organizations and individuals interested in spinal or head injuries and rehabilitation.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-3202

41-3202. Advisory council on spinal and head injuries; duties

A. The advisory council on spinal and head injuries shall:

1. Advise appropriate state agencies, the governor and the legislature on matters and issues relating to spinal and head injuries and rehabilitation.

2. Review and make recommendations, plans and strategies for meeting the needs of persons with spinal or head injuries on a statewide basis.

3. In cooperation with all related organizations, conduct a comprehensive program of professional and public education to heighten awareness of the capabilities, potential and needs of persons with spinal or head injuries.

4. Serve as a repository of information on spinal or head injuries, referral procedures and demographics of the injury.

5. Monitor programs and services for persons with spinal or head injuries to encourage efficient and coordinated use of resources in providing services.

6. Develop plans for the expenditure of the spinal and head injuries trust fund in accordance with guidelines established in section 41-3203.

B. The council may submit a report to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate on council recommendations regarding the problems of spinal and head injuries. These recommendations shall be represented by a majority vote of a quorum of members present in a formal meeting. Minority opinions may be submitted in writing to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate through the chairman of the council.

C. In developing its recommendations, the council shall encourage broad participation by organizations and individuals interested in spinal or head injuries and rehabilitation.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-3202

41-3202. Advisory council on spinal and head injuries; duties

A. The advisory council on spinal and head injuries shall:

1. Advise appropriate state agencies, the governor and the legislature on matters and issues relating to spinal and head injuries and rehabilitation.

2. Review and make recommendations, plans and strategies for meeting the needs of persons with spinal or head injuries on a statewide basis.

3. In cooperation with all related organizations, conduct a comprehensive program of professional and public education to heighten awareness of the capabilities, potential and needs of persons with spinal or head injuries.

4. Serve as a repository of information on spinal or head injuries, referral procedures and demographics of the injury.

5. Monitor programs and services for persons with spinal or head injuries to encourage efficient and coordinated use of resources in providing services.

6. Develop plans for the expenditure of the spinal and head injuries trust fund in accordance with guidelines established in section 41-3203.

B. The council may submit a report to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate on council recommendations regarding the problems of spinal and head injuries. These recommendations shall be represented by a majority vote of a quorum of members present in a formal meeting. Minority opinions may be submitted in writing to the governor, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate through the chairman of the council.

C. In developing its recommendations, the council shall encourage broad participation by organizations and individuals interested in spinal or head injuries and rehabilitation.

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