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Emergency Management Assistance Compact

The Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) provides for mutual assistance between the states entering into the compact in managing any emergency or disaster that is declared by the governor of the affected state or states, whether arising from natural disaster, technological hazard, man-made disaster, civil emergency aspects of resources shortages, community disorders, insurgency, or enemy attack. This compact shall also provide for mutual cooperation in emergency-related exercises, testing, or other training activities using equipment and personnel simulating performance of any aspect of the giving and receiving of aid by party states or subdivisions of party states during emergencies, such actions occurring outside actual declared emergency periods. Mutual assistance in this compact may include the use of the states' National Guard forces, either in accordance with the National Guard Mutual Assistance Compact or by mutual agreement between states.
Category: Public Safety
Interstate Agency: National Emergency Management Association
Agency Website: http://www.emacweb.org

Member States

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State Citation Year Of Joinder
Alabama HB 31 (passed Legislature in Dec. 2001) 2000
Alaska AS Secs. 26.23.135 2002
Arizona A.R.S. Sec. 26-402 2000
Arkansas Ark. Code Ann. Secs. 12-49-401 to 12-49-402 1997
California CA G.C. Section 179.9 2014
Colorado (no citation) 2000
Congress P.L. 104-321 1996
Connecticut CGS Sec. 28-23a et seq. 2000
D.C. DC Code Sec. 7-2331, 7-2332 2000
Delaware 20 Del. C. Secs. 3401 to 3403 1996
Florida West's F.S.A. Sec. 252.921 et seq. 1996
Georgia O.C.G.A. Secs. 38-3-80, 38-3-81 2000
Guam
Hawaii Title 10, Ch. 128F 2011
Idaho I.C. Sec. 46-1018A 2000
Illinois 45 ILCS 151/1 2001
Indiana IC 10-4-2.5 1998
Iowa I.C.A. Sec. 29C.1 et seq. 1997
Kansas K.S.A. 48-9a01 2000
Kentucky HB 405, KRS 39A.950 1998
Louisiana LSA-RS 29-751 1995
Maine 37-B M.R.S. Sec. 921 1997
Maryland MD. [Emergency Management] Code Anh. Article 41, Secs. 99-101, 19-102 1996
Massachusetts Chapter 339 of the Acts of 2000 2000
Michigan M.C.L.A. Secs. 3.991 et seq., and 3.1001 et seq. 2002
Minnesota M.S.A. Sec. 192.89 1998
Mississippi Miss. Code 45-18-1 et seq. 2000
Missouri House Bill 819 1996
Montana MCA 10-3-1001 1999
Nebraska R.S.N., Vol. 2A, Appendix Sec. 1-124 1999
Nevada per NEMA, April 2003 2000
New Hampshire RSA Sec. 108.1 1999
New Jersey N.J.S.A. 38A:20-4 2001
New Mexico NMSA 1978 Secs. 11-15-1, 11-115-2 1999
New York New York State Consolidated Laws, Executive Section, Chapter 18, Article 2-B 2000
North Carolina G.S. Secs. 166A-40 to 166A-53 1997
North Dakota (no citation)
Ohio RC 5502.40 2002
Oklahoma 63 Okl. St. Ann. Sec. 684.1 et seq. 1996
Oregon ORS 401.045 2002
Pennsylvania 35 Pa. C.S.A. 7601 et seq. 1999
Puerto Rico
Rhode Island Public Laws Chapter 97-082 1997
South Carolina Code 1976 Sec. 25-9-410 1996
South Dakota SDCL Sec. 33-15-48 1996
Tennessee T.C.A. Sec. 58-2-403 1995
Texas H.B. 101 1997
Utah U.C.A. 1953, 53-2-201, 53-2-202 2001
Vermont S, 323 2000
Virgin Islands
Virginia Code 1950 Sec. 44-146.28:1 1995
Washington RCW 38.10.010 2001
West Virginia W. Va. Code Sec. 15-5-22 1996
Wisconsin W.S.A. 166.30 1999
Wyoming W.S. 19-13-401 2002