This bill establishes a committee to study the impact of the housing crisis on people with disabilities. The committee will consist of four members of the House of Representatives, appointed by the Speaker of the House, and one member of the Senate, appointed by the President of the Senate. Members will receive mileage compensation at the legislative rate for their duties. The committee's responsibilities include assessing the scope and severity of housing issues for individuals with disabilities, evaluating the current housing availability, and exploring potential solutions to increase the supply of affordable and suitable housing for this population.

The committee is tasked with gathering information and testimony from various state agencies, advocacy groups, and members of the disability community. A minimum of six meetings will be held to ensure thorough research and the development of potential legislative remedies. The committee will elect a chairperson from among its members, and a quorum will consist of four members. An interim report with findings and recommendations for proposed legislation is due by November 1, 2024, with a final report due by November 1, 2025. The reports will be submitted to various stakeholders, including the Speaker of the House, the President of the Senate, and the Governor. The act will take effect upon its passage.