To ensure that it uses the neurological account as the Legislature intended, the commission needs to conduct a thorough analysis that identifies the average cost of neurological examinations and the number of athletes whom it licenses. If, after performing such an analysis, the commission determines that it cannot comply with the law as it is currently written, it needs to work with Consumer Affairs' legal counsel and the Legislature to determine a reasonable alternative use of the neurological account.
CSAC Response: After an analysis conducted by the Commission, Senate Bill 309 addresses these concerns.
The commission indicated that it worked with Consumer Affairs and the Legislature to determine a reasonable use of the neurological account. As a result of this work, the Legislature introduced legislation related to the neurological account.
The commission conducted an analysis and worked with Consumer Affairs and the Legislature to determine a reasonable use of the neurological account
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*Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.