2015 Minnesota Statutes
Chapters 14 - 15A — STATE AGENCIES
Chapter 14 — ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE
Section 14.365 — OFFICIAL RULEMAKING RECORD.

MN Stat § 14.365 (2015) What's This?
14.365 OFFICIAL RULEMAKING RECORD.

The agency shall maintain the official rulemaking record for every rule adopted under sections 14.05 to 14.389. The record must be available for public inspection. The record required by this section constitutes the official and exclusive agency rulemaking record with respect to agency action on or judicial review of the rule. The record must contain:

(1) copies of all publications in the State Register pertaining to the rule;

(2) all written petitions, and all requests, submissions, or comments received by the agency or the administrative law judge after publication of the notice of intent to adopt or the notice of hearing in the State Register pertaining to the rule;

(3) the statement of need and reasonableness for the rule;

(4) the official transcript of the hearing if one was held, or the tape recording of the hearing if a transcript was not prepared;

(5) the report of the administrative law judge, if any;

(6) the rule in the form last submitted to the administrative law judge under sections 14.14 to 14.20 or first submitted to the administrative law judge under sections 14.22 to 14.28;

(7) the administrative law judge's written statement of required modifications and of approval or disapproval by the chief administrative law judge, if any;

(8) any documents required by applicable rules of the Office of Administrative Hearings;

(9) the agency's order adopting the rule;

(10) the revisor's certificate approving the form of the rule; and

(11) a copy of the adopted rule as filed with the secretary of state.

History:

1984 c 640 s 23,32; 1995 c 233 art 2 s 25; 2001 c 106 s 17

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