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Executive (EXC) CHAPTER 18, ARTICLE 2-B
§ 29-d. Reports. In order to assess the present preparedness in the
state for any radiological accident and to determine the need for, and
appropriateness of, any additional specific steps by state government,
the commission shall report to the governor and the legislature by
January first, nineteen hundred eighty-two, its findings,
recommendations and proposed legislation where appropriate concerning:

1. The need for and appropriateness of additional specific state
activities or programs beyond those required by the accepted
radiological emergency preparedness plans or provided for under existing
law, including but not limited to:

(a) radiological monitoring equipment;

(b) warning systems and equipment;

(c) medical technologies and equipment;

(d) plume transport and dose assessment models; and

(e) nuclear fuel cycle and materials licensees other than electric
generating facilities.

2. Any such recommendations shall be developed in consultation with
all concerned public and private parties and shall:

(a) take into account proven safety effectiveness;

(b) outline any proposed costs and the means for meeting such costs;

(c) consider related activities of the United States nuclear
regulatory commission or others; and

(d) when appropriate, discuss alternatives and various implementation