CHAPTER 4. THE LEGISLATURE.

§4-2A-5. Interim compensation for members.

(a) In addition to the basic and any additional compensation provided for in sections two, three and four of this article, each member shall receive interim compensation of $150 per day for each day actually engaged in the performance of interim duties as a member of any interim committee between regular sessions of the Legislature: Provided, That the total additional interim compensation payable to any member and his or her replacement, if any, on a committee or commission under the provisions of this subsection shall not exceed the sum of $4,500 per calendar year.

(b) In addition to the basic and any additional compensation provided for in sections two, three and four of this article and subsection (a) of this section, each member shall receive interim compensation of $150 per day for each day actually engaged in the performance of legislative duties at a meeting of any statutorily created legislative committee which meets between regular sessions of the Legislature and outside of regular interim meetings when authorized by the committee co-chairs and approved by the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Delegates, not to exceed fifteen days per calendar year.

Bills Affecting §4-2A-5

2016 Regular Session: HB4415
2006 Regular Session: HB2003
2005 Regular Session: HB2003
2004 Regular Session: HB4717
2001 Regular Session: HB2912
2001 Regular Session: SB523
1999 Regular Session: SB710
1995 Regular Session: HB2250
1995 Regular Session: HB2697
1995 Regular Session: SB459
1994 Regular Session: HB4031
1994 Regular Session: SB45