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  7.250.  Dissolution of commission — dismissal of commission. — As soon as compact agreements to establish official boundaries with any state having common borders with the state of Missouri have been negotiated by the Missouri boundary commission, ratified by the state legislatures of the states involved, and approved by the Congress of the United States, and no other boundary negotiations or discussions are in progress, the Missouri boundary commission shall be dissolved until later reconvened by the governor.  If the Missouri boundary commission has not negotiated a compact agreement to establish an official boundary with one or more of such states, which has been ratified by the state legislatures of the states involved and approved by the Congress of the United States, the Missouri boundary commission may be dismissed by the governor on a finding that further negotiation will not result in progress toward the establishment of an official boundary with any such state.


(L. 1992 S.B. 571 § 6)

Effective 7-09-92

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