46-262. Statement of commission's findings of facts after hearing; disposition. After a hearing of an alleged violation of this act, the commission shall state its findings of fact. If the commission finds that the respondent has not violated any provisions of this act, it shall order the action dismissed, and shall notify the respondent and complainant thereof. If the commission finds that the respondent has violated any provisions of this act, it shall state its findings of fact and submit a report thereon to the house in which the respondent serves if he or she is a legislator, to the legislative coordinating council if he or she is a state officer or employee of the legislative branch other than a legislator, to the supreme court if he or she is a state officer or employee of the judicial branch, and to the governor in other cases, send a copy of such findings and report to the complainant and respondent, and the commission shall also report thereon, except any act which is a violation of K.S.A. 1974 Supp. 46-245 only to the attorney general and to the county or district attorney of the appropriate county.
History: L. 1974, ch. 353, § 48; March 28.
Attorney General's Opinions:
Application of statutes of limitation to functions of the commission; functions governmental in nature. 98-16.