2004 Legislation Explicitly Affecting Agency Rulemaking

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

As a result of actions taken during the 2004 General Session, 370 bills will become law. Of these, at least 89 (affecting 161 separate statutory sections) modify explicit rulemaking authorizations. The Division of Administrative Rules has prepared this list of bills to facilitate state agency compliance with legal rulemaking requirements. This list should not be considered exhaustive or conclusive. It does not include bills that contain implicit rulemaking requirements, nor does it consider sections of statutes that were completely repealed. Each agency is responsible for reviewing legislation and determining provisions that require rulemaking, either explicitly or implicitly. The list is available at: http://www.rules.utah.gov/agencyresources/legislation/gs2004rulemaking.pdf.