Title 3, Chapter 2
House of Representatives Apportionment Act of 2010
3-2-1. This law shall be known and may be cited as the “House of Representatives Apportionment Act of 2010.”
3-2-2. For purposes of this act:
3-2-3. Seats in the House of Representatives shall be apportioned proportional to Enrollment with respect for minimum and maximum delegation size as may be set forth in the TISL Constitution.
3-2-4. Seats in the House of Representatives shall be allocated in the following manner:
3-2-5. Unclaimed Seats shall be allocated in the same manner as the initial apportionment among colleges with delegates present and eligible to sit in the House of Representatives in excess of the number of House seats that college has otherwise been allocated and respecting the maximum number of seats for each college set forth in the Constitution. The allocation of Unclaimed Seats shall be read in open session when the House convenes on the second day of the General Assembly, although the results may be published earlier.
3-2-6. The Speaker, Speaker Pro Tempore and Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives shall supervise the apportionment of the House of Representatives.
3-2-7. The calculations used to allocate seats in the House of Representatives shall be open to inspection by any delegate.
[TISL Bill 3, 41st General Assembly, November 2010.]