HB 7239: Administrative Procedure
GENERAL BILL by Rulemaking and Regulation Subcommittee ; Gaetz
Administrative Procedure; (THIS BILL COMBINED IN CS for CS/CS/H993 & H7239) Provides for agency reporting of annual regulatory plans; provides for certain omissions & suspensions of reports; provides for legislative review of agency rules in effect on or before Nov. 16, 2010; requires that each agency complete enhanced biennial review of its existing rules; requires report of enhanced biennial review; provides for objections & agency's response; requires performance of compliance economic review & report under certain circumstances; provides specifications for review, etc.
Last Action: 4/27/2011 House - Original bill laid on Table, under Rule 7.19(a), refer to combined CS/CS/CS/HB 993, HB 7239 (Ch. 2011-225)
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• Introduced -HJ 602
• Referred to Rules and Calendar Committee -HJ 614
• PCS on Committee agenda-- Rules and Calendar Committee, 04/27/11, 8:15 pm or 15 minutes upon adjournment of Session, 404 HOB
• CS combines this bill with CS/CS/CS/HB 993
• CS by Rules and Calendar Committee; YEAS 20 NAYS 0
• Original bill laid on Table, under Rule 7.19(a), refer to combined CS/CS/CS/HB 993, HB 7239 (Ch. 2011-225)
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