Senate Roll Call 259 on2009 Senate Bill 434: Limit state regulation promulgation authority
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To prohibit a state department from promulgating rules more stringent than required by federal standards, unless specifically required to by state statute. The bill would also ban a department delegated to implement a federal regulation, which applies primarily to the Department of Environmental Quality and federal wetlands regulation. The bill would prohibit enforcement of an agency “guideline,” “bulletin,” or “interpretive statement” that has not been promulgated as an official state regulation under procedures specified in statute. It would also allow a small business to sue if an agency did not take sufficient steps to reduce the "dispoportionate impact" on small businesses.
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Senate Roll Call 259 on 2009 Senate Bill 434