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A. The marketing commission is composed of three to nine members with rotating terms of three years. Two-thirds of the members shall be appointed collectively by the director and associate director, from nominations of affected persons or representative commodity associations and one-third shall be selected by the other members of the marketing commission.
B. Members shall be selected to represent areas of this state that produce the affected commodity on the basis of the volume of total production in this state for the affected commodity.
C. The marketing commission shall be composed of persons who are regulated by the marketing order and shall include both producers and shippers if the marketing order regulates both categories.
D. Commission members are not eligible to receive compensation but are eligible for reimbursement of expenses pursuant to title 38, chapter 4, article 2.