§ 42-8.2-5. Documents to be published in state register.
There shall be published in the state register:
(1) Gubernatorial proclamations and executive orders, except those not having general applicability and legal effect or effective only against state agencies or persons in their capacities as officers, agents, or employees thereof;
(2) Documents or classes of documents that the governor may determine from time to time to have general applicability and legal effect;
(3) Titles and legal explanations of all bills introduced into the general assembly and the names of the committees to which each is referred, committee schedules and agenda, and all bills enacted into law. However, failure to publish any publication after the event shall not invalidate general assembly action on the bill or resolution; and
(4) Other documents or classes of documents authorized to be published by regulations prescribed under this chapter with the approval of the governor or by resolution of the general assembly, but comments or news items of any character may not be published in the state register.
(P.L. 1992, ch. 264, § 1.)