Legislation Affecting Administrative Rulemaking

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Public News, Uncategorized

During the 2014 General Session, the Legislature passed the following bills that affect rulemaking. H.B. 14, Administrative Rulemaking Amendments (Rep. C. Oda) H.B. 14, entitled “Administrative Rulemaking Amendments”, passed and now awaits the Governor’s action.  H.B. 14 amends Section 63G-3-305, which deals with the five-year review requirement. H.B. 14 provides that after review, if the agency determines that a rule …

H.B. 14 (2014) Passes

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

H.B. 14 (2014), “Administrative Rulemaking Amendments” amending Section 63G-3-305, passed the Senate.  It now goes to the Governor for his signature. More information about H.B. 14 is available on the Legislature’s website at http://le.utah.gov/~2014/bills/static/hb0014.html.  Questions about the bill may be directed to Ken Hansen, 801-538-3764.

H.B. 14 (2014) Receives Favorable Recommendation; Moves to Full Senate

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

On February 12, 2014, the Utah Senate Government Operations and Political Subdivisions Committee gave a favorable recommendation to H.B. 14 (2014).  The bill, entitled “Administrative Rulemaking Amendments” is an Administrative Rules Review Committee bill that amends Section 63G-3-305.  The bill now moves to the full Senate. More information about H.B. 14 is available on the Legislature’s website at http://le.utah.gov/~2014/bills/static/hb0014.html.  Questions …

H.B. 14 (2014), Administrative Rulemaking Amendments, Passes House

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

On February 3, 2014, the Utah House passed H.B. 14 (2014).  The bill, entitled “Administrative Rulemaking Amendments” is an Administrative Rules Review Committee bill that amends Section 63G-3-305.  The bill is now in the Senate Rules committee. More information about H.B. 14 is available on the Legislature’s website at http://le.utah.gov/~2014/bills/static/hb0014.html.  Questions about the bill may be directed to Ken Hansen, …

H.B. 14 (2014), Administrative Rulemaking Amendments

Mike Broschinsky Legislation, Uncategorized

On September 30, 2013, the Legislature’s Administrative Rules Review Committee approved a bill to amend the Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, Title 63G, Chapter 3.  “Administrative Rulemaking Amendments” has now been numbered as H.B. 14 for the 2014 General Session. H.B. 14 clarifies existing language in Section 63G-3-305.  The bill: “modifies the five-year review filing requirements; provides that the division’s failure …