Reminder: Rules Required by Legislation are Due 180-Days from Effective Date of Bill

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

The Rulemaking Act, at Subsection 63G-3-301(13), requires agencies to file rules with the Division of Administrative Rules (initiate rulemaking) within 180 days of a bill’s effective date if the bill “specifically requires” rulemaking (e.g., “… shall make rules…”). Since most bills go into effect on May 12, 2015, rulemaking required by those bills must be filed by November 8, 2015. …

Updated Rules Review Agenda for 2015 — List of Rules Due for Five-Year Review During 2015

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

Section 63G-3-305 requires each agency to review its rules within five years of each rule’s original enactment, and then within five-year intervals. To comply with the review requirement, the agency must submit a “Five-Year Notice of Review and Statement of Continuation” by the review due date. Otherwise, an unreviewed rule expires, becomes unenforceable, and is removed from the Utah Administrative …

Updated Rules Review Agenda for 2015 — List of Rules Due for Five-Year Review During 2015

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

Section 63G-3-305 requires each agency to review its rules within five years of each rule’s original enactment, and then within five-year intervals. To comply with the review requirement, the agency must submit a “Five-Year Notice of Review and Statement of Continuation” by the review due date. Otherwise, an unreviewed rule expires, becomes unenforceable, and is removed from the Utah Administrative …

Rules Required by Legislation are Due 180-Days from Effective Date of Bill; Report to GOMB by June 1

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

The Rulemaking Act, at Subsection 63G-3-301(13), requires agencies to file rules with the Division of Administrative Rules (initiate rulemaking) within 180 days of a bill’s effective date if the bill “specifically requires” rulemaking (e.g., “… shall make rules…”). Since most bills go into effect on May 12, 2015, rulemaking required by those bills must be filed by November 8, 2015. …

Rules Review Agenda for 2015 — List of Rules Due for Five-Year Review during 2015

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

Section 63G-3-305 requires each agency to review its rules within five years of each rule’s original enactment, and then within five-year intervals.  To comply with the review requirement, the agency must submit a “Five-Year Notice of Review and Statement of Continuation” by the review due date.  Otherwise, an unreviewed rule expires, becomes unenforceable, and is removed from the Utah Administrative …

Updated Rules Review Agenda for 2014 — List of Rules Due for Five-Year Review During the Remainder of 2014

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

Section 63G-3-305 requires each agency to review its rules within five years of each rule’s original enactment, and then within five-year intervals. To comply with the review requirement, the agency must submit a “Five-Year Notice of Review and Statement of Continuation” by the review due date. Otherwise, an unreviewed rule expires, becomes unenforceable, and is removed from the Utah Administrative …

One Last Reminder — Rules Required by Legislation are Due

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

The Rulemaking Act, at Utah Code Subsection 63G-3-301(13), requires agencies to file rules with the Division of Administrative Rules (initiate rulemaking) within 180 days of a bill’s effective date if the bill “specifically requires” rulemaking. Since most bills went into effect on May 13, 2014, rulemaking required by those bills must be filed by November 9, 2014. On September 26, …

Deadlines for Rules Specifically Required by 2014 Legislation

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

Many of the bills passed during the 2014 General Session specifically require agencies to make rules.  The Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, at Subsection 63G-3-301(13), requires agencies to file administrative rules specifically required by legislation within 180 days of the bill’s effective date. For bills that take effect on 05/13/2014 that specifically require administrative rulemaking, the agency responsible for the program …

Updated Rules Review Agenda for 2014 — List of Rules Due for Five-Year Review During the Remainder of 2014

Mike Broschinsky Agency Deadlines, Uncategorized

Section 63G-3-305 requires each agency to review its rules within five years of each rule’s original enactment, and then within five-year intervals.  To comply with the review requirement, the agency must submit a “Five-Year Notice of Review and Statement of Continuation” by the review due date.  Otherwise, an unreviewed rule expires, becomes unenforceable, and is removed from the Utah Administrative …