2021 Maryland Statutes
Health - General
Title 22 - Poisons, Dangerous Household Substances, Flammable Products, and Hazardous Materials
Subtitle 3 - Child Resistant Packaging of Dangerous Household Substances
Section 22-306 - Effective Date and Protest of State Adopted Federal Regulations

    (a)    Unless a written protest is filed with the Secretary, a State adopted federal regulation takes effect in this State on the date that it becomes effective as a federal rule or regulation.

    (b)    Any person who may be affected adversely by a State adopted federal regulation may:

        (1)    File a protest against the State adopted federal regulation not more than 30 days after its effective date; and

        (2)    Request a hearing.

    (c)    A protest under this section stays the effect of the State adopted federal regulation as a rule or regulation of this State.

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