July 18, 2019

SB 13-030: Requiring that Applicable Bill Sponsors and Commitees of Reference be Notified of Rules Adopted as a Result of Legislation Enacted During the Legislative Session

On Wednesday, January 9, 2013, Sen. Mark Scheffel introduced SB 13-030 – Concerning an Additional Review of Rules Promulgated Pursuant to the “State Administrative Procedure Act” by Committees of Reference of the General Assembly. This summary is published here courtesy of the Colorado Bar Association’s e-Legislative Report.

For rules adopted on or after Nov. 1, 2013, the staff of the committee on legal services are required to identify the rules that were adopted during each applicable one-year period as a result of legislation enacted during any legislative session commencing on or after Jan. 1, 2013. After such rules have been identified, the staff of the committee on legal services are required to notify in writing any prime sponsors and cosponsors of the enacted legislation who are still serving in the general assembly, and the current members of the applicable committees of reference in the senate and house of representatives for that enacted legislation that a rule has been adopted as a result of the legislation.

The bill also requires the posting of a completed cost-benefit analysis on the official web sites of the agencies completing the cost-benefit analysis and the official web site of the department of regulatory agencies. The bill is assigned to the State, Veterans, & Military Affairs Committee.

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