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During even-numbered years, Marine Board staff propose legislative concepts to its five-member Board based on feedback from stakeholders, and partners, to improve recreational boating laws and services. Legislative concepts approved by the Marine Board are submitted to the Department of Administrative Services (DAS). After review from DAS, legislative concepts are forwarded to the Governor's Office for consideration. If legislative concepts are approved by the Governor's Office, they move to Legislative Counsel to be drafted into bills. The Marine Board and the Governor give a final review after the bills are drafted to determine what moves forward for legislative consideration.
The agency will also meet with stakeholders, by hosting open houses around the state to gather feedback on the concepts.
The following are the concepts the agency has asked the Board and Governor to consider:
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