An administrative rule is a general statement adopted by an agency to make the law it enforces or administers more specific or to govern the agency's organization or procedure.
An agency may adopt a rule only after the legislature has enacted a law granting this authority to the agency. An agency rule that is adopted under the rulemaking provisions of MN Statutes, Chapter 14, has the force and effect of law. Rulemaking in Minnesota: A Guide explains each step of the rulemaking process in Minnesota.
Administrative rulemaking follows a very specific and transparent process which is outlined in the following document:Rulemaking Flow Chart
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The Board is considering amendments to rules governing fees, education, peer review and housekeeping and has published a Request for Comments in the State Register.The Board does not anticipate that a draft of the rule amendments will be available before publication of the Notice of Intent to Adopt Rules, however, interested persons or groups may submit comments or information on these possible rules in writing or orally until further notice is published in the State Register.
The intent of the amendments is to:
Written or oral comments, questions, or requests to receive a draft of the rules when it has been prepared, and requests for more information on these possible rules should be directed to Andrea Barker at the Board of Accountancy, 85 East Seventh Place, Suite 125, St. Paul, MN 55101; phone: 651-757-1511; fax: 651-282-2644; or email: email@example.com. TTY users may call the Board at 800-627-3529.
Please note that comments received prior to the publication of the Notice of Intent to Adopt Rules will not necessarily be included in the formal rulemaking record submitted to the administrative law judge if and when a proceeding to adopt rules is started. The agency is required to submit to the judge only those written comments received in response to the rules after they are proposed. If you submit comments during the development of the rules and you want to ensure that the Administrative Law Judge reviews the comments, you should resubmit the comments after the rules are formally proposed.
A summary of recent and in-process rulemaking as a PDF.Rulemaking Docket