The commission shall prepare and publish an annual report on the status of children and women in the state, the commission's proceedings for the previous calendar year, and its recommendations and proposals for change. The commission shall provide the governor with copies of the report by the 15th day of each regular legislative session and notify the legislature that the report is available.
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