The Revisor’s Office performs four primary functions: legislative drafting and editing; engrossing; publishing of statutes; and maintaining a statutory database. The Revisor’s Office is the Legislature’s central production office where all legislative instruments, including bills and amendments, are initially filed and then produced in final form for introduction. The Revisor’s Office also serves as clerk of the Committee on Bills in the Second Reading for both the Senate and the House of Representatives. The Revisor’s Office engrosses all bills, which is the process of folding the bill and any adopted amendments physically into one document, prior to the bill’s enactment. The Revisor’s Office tracks legislation by title and section number to detect potential duplication and conflicts.

Suzanne M. Gresser
Revisor of Statutes

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