State Ethics Commission (SEC) enforces the laws under its jurisdiction through discreet investigative proceedings and open hearings. Most cases considered by the Commission are initiated through the filing of sworn, written complaints which allege a violation of one or more laws under the Commission’s jurisdiction. Enforcement powers include, but are not limited to, assessment of civil penalties and administrative costs, ordering of remedial actions, suspension or revocation of lobbyist registration privileges, and where necessary, reporting of suspected violations of law to the appropriate law enforcement authority.
National Association of State Head Injury Administrators (NASHIA) tracks federal legislations, proposed rules and regulations, policies affecting individuals with TBI and their families and State programs and services. For updates and information on Public Policy or Legislative actions visit NASHIA.
To access current federal policy and legislation visit the Brain Injury Association of America’s (BIAA) website.
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For updates to important legislation relating to Traumatic Brain Injury, visit: Georgia General Assembly