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 published in the November 8, 2021, issue of the State Register a Request for Comments for Possible Amendments to Rules Governing Education Requirements for Licensure; Retired Status; Continuing Education Requirements; Peer Review Oversight Committee; Misleading and Fictitious Firm Names; Retention of Audit and Other Professional Services Documentation; and Housekeeping Updates. Minnesota Rules, Chapter 1105
The proposed rule modifications
This package also includes housekeeping updates, such as repealing obsolete rules and updating the dates of documents incorporated by reference.
The full text of the Request for Comments can be found below.Request for Comments
A summary of recent and in-process rulemaking as a PDF.Rulemaking Docket