Temporary Prohibition On Rule-making After Rule Adopted
Concerning certain limitations on an executive agency's ability to engage in additional rule-making within a specified period of time following the agency's adoption of a rule.
2023 Regular Session
The bill prohibits an executive rule-making agency, on or after September 1, 2023, from amending an existing rule or adopting a new rule concerning the same subject matter as the existing rule for the 3 years following the existing rule's adoption. The following rules are exempt from the 3-year prohibition period:
- Rules required by state statute, federal statute, or federal regulation;
- Rules that the rule-making agency determines are imperatively necessary for the preservation of public health, safety, or welfare and for which compliance with the 3-year prohibition would be contrary to the public interest;
- Rules adopted as temporary or emergency rules, which remain effective for 120 days or less; and
- Rules that a member of the regulated community petitions to be amended and for which the rule-making agency grants the petition.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)