Governor Issues Report and Executive Order

Mike Broschinsky Oversight and Review, Public News, Uncategorized

On Tuesday, December 6, 2011, Governor Gary R. Herbert announced the results of a comprehensive review of all of Utah’s business regulations and the release of the report, Utah Business Regulation Review.  This report documents the efforts of state agencies’ to respond to the governor’s call to review existing business regulations. In addition to summarizing agencies’ responses to the Governor’s …

S.B. 32 Passed

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

S.B. 32, amending Section 63-5a-7 to make it consistent with changes made to the Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act in 1987, has passed. It provides that “[a]ll orders, rules, and regulations promulgated by the governor … have the full force and effect of law during the state of emergency, when a copy of the order, rule, or regulation is filed with …

Legislation Affecting Administrative Rulemaking

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

As of January 19, 2007, the following bills have been filed that affect administrative rules generally. H.B. 64. Impact of Administrative Rules on Small Businesses. Rep. S. Clark. Rep. S. Clark is sponsoring “Impact of Administrative Rules on Small Businesses.” As introduced, this bill is identical to S.B. 157 (2006) and H.B. 209 (2005) as amended. The bill defines small …

Bills Approved by Administrative Rules Review Committee

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

In its December 20, 2006, meeting, the Administrative Rules Review Committee approved two bills as committee bills. These are the “Administrative Rule Criminal Penalty Amendments” and the “Filings of Administrative Rules, Orders, and Regulations” bills. The “Administrative Rule Criminal Penalty Amendments” will be substantially similar to Substitute H.B. 317 (2006). The bill amends sections throughout the Utah Code that prescribed …

Legislation Regarding “Filings of Administrative Rules, Orders, and Regulations”

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

The Administrative Rules Review Committee is considering another piece of legislation that affects rulemaking. After coordinating with the Department of Public Safety, the Division of Administrative Rules has requested a small amendment to Section 63-5a-7, entitled “Orders, rules, and regulations having force of law — Filing requirements — Suspension of state agency rules.” The bill will delete a reference to …