-- Last revised 11/12/02 --
Administrative Rulemaking Refinements - Study N-307
The Law Revision Commission previously recommended a number of improvements
to the law governing rulemaking by state administrative agencies. The Commission's main
recommendation on administrative rulemaking was implemented in 2000 Cal. Stat. ch. 1060.
In 2001, the Commission recommended cleanup legislation to address a few technical problems that arose in enacting its main recommendation. That recommendation was also enacted. See Study N-306.
In this study of Administrative Rulemaking Refinements, the Commission recommended a few additional improvements to the administrative rulemaking procedure that were considered too substantive for inclusion in cleanup legislation. The recommendation was enacted by the Legislature. See below.
If you have questions or comments on this study, send email to Brian Hebert at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2002: Assembly Bill 1857 (Wayne) -- Bill information at Legislative Counsel's website
Enacted. 2002 Cal. Stat. ch. 389
- Recommendation -- Administrative Rulemaking Refinements (2/11/2002)
Tentative Recommendations and Other Requests for Comment
- Tentative Rec. -- Administrative Rulemaking Refinements (November 2001)
- Memo 2002-4, Supp. 2 -- Administrative Rulemaking: Deferred Issues (Further Comments) (2/4/2002)
- Memo 2002-4, Supp. 1 -- Administrative Rulemaking: Deferred Issues (Further Comments) (1/28/2002)
- Memo 2002-4 -- Administrative Rulemaking: Deferred Issues (Comments on Tentative Recommendation) (1/10/2002)
- Memo 2001-95, Supp. 1 -- Administrative Rulemaking: Deferred Issues (11/9/2001)
- Memo 2001-95 -- Administrative Rulemaking: Deferred Issues (10/31/2001)
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