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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 153 – Admin rules, temporary, extended


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SCR153.....................................................by STATE AFFAIRS
ADMINISTRATIVE RULES - TEMPORARY - Stating findings of the Legislature and
approving and extending state agency temporary rules that would otherwise
expire at the end of the 2000 Legislative Session, with exceptions.
02/22    Senate intro - 1st rdg - to printing
02/23    Rpt prt - to 10th Ord
02/24    10th ord - ADOPTED - voice vote
    Title apvd - to House
02/25    House intro - 1st rdg - to St Aff
03/01    Rpt out - rec d/p - to 2nd rdg
03/02    2nd rdg - to 3rd rdg
03/06    3rd rdg - ADOPTED - voice vote - to Senate
03/07    To enrol
03/08    Rpt enrol - Pres signed
03/09    Sp signed
03/10    To Secretary of State

Bill Text

  ||||              LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF IDAHO             ||||
 Fifty-fifth Legislature                  Second Regular Session - 2000
                                       IN THE SENATE
                            SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 153
                                 BY STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
  1                               A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION
  4    Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:
  5        WHEREAS,  the Legislature by statute must approve temporary rules by adop-
  6    tion of a concurrent resolution approving the rule if the temporary rule is to
  7    remain in effect beyond the end of the current legislative session; and
  8        WHEREAS, the expiration  of  temporary  rules  would  occasion  additional
  9    expense  to  state  agencies  in  readopting  and republishing temporary rules
 10    needed to conduct state business; and
 11        WHEREAS, the Legislature finds that it is in the public interest to  adopt
 12    this resolution.
 13        NOW,  THEREFORE,  BE IT RESOLVED by the members of the Second Regular Ses-
 14    sion of the Fifty-fifth Idaho Legislature, the Senate and the House of  Repre-
 15    sentatives concurring therein, that all temporary rules adopted by state agen-
 16    cies  pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act and submitted to the Legis-
 17    lature at the Legislature's request through the Office  of  Rules  Coordinator
 18    for review during the 2000 legislative session, and all temporary rules previ-
 19    ously  approved and extended by concurrent resolution adopted in a prior regu-
 20    lar session of the Idaho Legislature, be, and the same are approved, with  the
 21    exception of the following enumerated temporary rule sections:
 22        (1)  IDAPA  50.01.01,  Section  450, Subsection 02, paragraph d only, con-
 23        cerning supporting documents regarding commutations,  and  Subsection  02,
 24        paragraph  i  only, concerning written materials that are a public record,
 25        rules of the Commission of Pardons and  Parole  relating  to  commutation,
 26        adopted as a temporary rule under Docket number 50-0101-9903.
 27        (2)  IDAPA 16.04.11, Section 919, the entire section, concerning transpor-
 28        tation,  and  Section  920, Subsection 08 only, concerning vehicle safety,
 29        rules of the Department of Health and Welfare  relating  to  developmental
 30        disabilities  agencies,  adopted  as  a temporary rule under Docket number
 31        16-0411-9901.
 32        A temporary rule or partial temporary rule  approved  by  this  concurrent
 33    resolution  shall  remain  in  effect  until it expires by its own terms or by
 34    operation of law or until it is replaced by a final  rule,  but  in  no  event
 35    shall  a  temporary  rule  remain in effect beyond the conclusion of the First
 36    Regular Session of the Fifty-sixth Idaho  Legislature  unless  it  is  further
 37    extended by adoption of a concurrent resolution by both houses of the Legisla-
 38    ture.  Temporary  rules or sections of temporary rules which are excepted from
 39    approval hereunder or which were not submitted to the Legislature  for  review
 40    during  the 2000 legislative session shall expire by operation of statute upon
 41    adjournment of the Second Regular Session of the  Fifty-fifth  Idaho  Legisla-
 42    ture,  unless approved by adoption of a separate concurrent resolution by both
 43    houses of the Legislature.

Statement of Purpose / Fiscal Impact

                   STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

Temporary rules adopted by state agencies under the 
Administrative Procedure Act, by statute expire at the 
end of the current legislative session. This concurrent 
resolution would approve and extend agency temporary rules 
beyond the current session, with the exception of those 
individually enumerated rules that a standing legislative 
committee has requested not be extended.

                         FISCAL NOTE

Adoption of this concurrent resolution, in and of itself, would 
have no fiscal impact upon any state or local government funds or 
accounts. By adopting this concurrent resolution, the Legislature 
avoids having necessary agency rules expire, which would occasion 
additional expense to state agencies for readopting and 
republishing temporary rules needed to conduct state business.

CONTACT: Carl Bianchi
Director of Legislative Services

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