Investigative Limits

No one in the investigative branch can create, repeal, amend, or evaluate, or participate in the creation, repeal, amendment, or evaluation, of legislation, except in an advisory or testimonial capacity as called upon by the legislative and enforcement branches, and insofar as practical interpretation can be construed to be a form of evaluation.

A member of the investigative branch of a particular unit of state must operate exclusively in the performance of tasks specified generally or specifically by standing statutes enacted by the legislature of the same unit of state, or by direct enactment by the citizenry.

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