ARRC Scheduled to Meet April 6, 2004

Mike Broschinsky Oversight and Review, Uncategorized

The Legislature’s Administrative Rules Review Committee (ARRC) has scheduled its first meeting after the 2004 General Session for Tuesday, April 6, 2004, at 9:00 a.m. in room 305 of the State Capitol. The agenda is available online at Information about the committee is available at — Ken Hansen

S.B. 22 Amended; Passed by the Senate

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

At approximately 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday March 2, the Senate amended S.B. 22, “Administrative Rules Reauthorization.” The amendment modified the bill so that “all [administrative] rules of the state are reauthorized.” As indicated on February 10th, the introduced version of the bill proposed to not reauthorize the scope of practice section from DOPL’s Chiropractic Physician Practice Act Rules, and a …

From the ARRC Agenda to Legislation

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

It appears that the Legislature’s Administrative Rules Review Committee (ARRC) has had a significant impact on legislation considered during the 2004 General Session. The ARRC is created by statute and is charged with the responsibility to “exercise continuous oversight of the process of rulemaking.” (UT Code Subsection 63-46a-11(3)) During the past two years, the ARRC has grappled with a number …

E-Rulemaking Initiatives — the Future

Mike Broschinsky Rulemaking, Uncategorized

E-Rulemaking is fast becoming an issue nationwide. The Federal government is the primary locus of much of the attention, research, and development. Sites like have raised awareness of the possibilities of increased public participation in the regulatory process by using the Internet. Other sites, like U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Docket Management System (DMS —, take this notion …