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SB22-129

Process For Proposed Air Quality Rules

Concerning the procedures for proposals filed in anticipation of an air quality control commission rule-making hearing.
Session:
2022 Regular Session
Subjects:
Energy
Natural Resources & Environment
State Government
Bill Summary

The bill requires the air quality control commission (commission) to include in a notice of proposed rule-making a description of the classes of persons, including businesses, that will be affected by the proposed rule.

A person who proposes a rule differing from the rule proposed by the commission or a revision of limited applicability shall file the proposal by a deadline determined by the commission by rule, and must include a description of the classes of persons, including businesses, that will be affected by the proposal.

If the proposal is an alternative proposal, as defined by the commission by rule, the person must include with the proposal an initial economic impact analysis of the proposed rule.

The commission shall designate a hearing officer to consider proposals filed with the commission. Not later than 10 business days after the proposal is filed with the commission, the hearing officer shall determine if the proposal is an alternative proposal, warranting consideration by the commission. The hearing officer shall provide notice of its determination to persons that have filed written requests with the commission to receive notice.


(Note: This summary applies to this bill as introduced.)

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Prime Sponsor

Sen. J. Cooke

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