What does SS stand for?
SS stands for Staff to Senator
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In 2000, Representatives had a limit of 18 full-time and four part-time staffers; Senators had no limit on staff.  Budgets for staff were determined by the population of the state; Senators from California, the most populous state, get more money for staff than Senators from Wyoming, the least populous state. Members can choose how to distribute staff between their Washington office and their district or state home office or offices.
Chief of Staff, Senator Bill Wielechowski at Alaska State Legislature, Assistant Director at Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division.
Amendments to the Bylaws can be proposed in writing from any Staff Senator to the Bylaws/Elections Committee. The Bylaws/Elections Committee will present proposed amendments to the Senate for a first reading with a vote to follow at the next meeting. Amendments shall be approved by a simple majority vote of the Senate. The President of the University shall receive a copy of all changes indicating what changes have been made/approved.
All full-time UCA staff who do not hold faculty rank are eligible to be elected to the Staff Senate. However, all staff members are encouraged to attend Staff Senate meetings and to communicate with Staff Senators.