TITLE 405 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF FAMILY AND SOCIAL SERVICES
Administrative Rules Oversight Committee Notice
One Year Requirement (IC 4-22-2-25)
LSA Document #12-279
December 13, 2012
Senator R. Michael Young, Chairperson
Administrative Rules Oversight Committee
c/o Legislative Services Agency
200 West Washington Street, Suite 301
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2789
On behalf of the Office of the Secretary of Family and Social Service, I am submitting this notice to the Administrative Rules Oversight Committee in compliance with IC 4-22-2-25
, because the promulgation of the above-captioned rule may not be completed within one year after publication of the Notice of Intent to Adopt a Rule.
The Office published its Notice of Intent to Adopt a Rule for the captioned document on May 30, 2012. The Proposed Rule has been prepared, and the State Budget Agency has prepared its fiscal and economic analyses of the Proposed Rule, as required under IC 4-22-2-28
. At this time, the Public Hearing for the Proposed Rule is set for January 15, 2013.
Following the public hearing, the agency must consider and respond to public comments and present the rule to the Secretary of the Family and Social Services for final adoption. Following the final rule adoption, the agency must compile a complete record of supporting documentation of the rulemaking process. Thereafter, the Office of the Attorney General has 45 days to complete a review of the rule and supporting documentation, after which the Governor has 30 days to complete his review. As a result of the foregoing matters, promulgation of this rule may not be completed by May 29, 2013.
This notice setting forth the expected date of approval of LSA Document #12-279 as May 29, 2014, is being submitted in a timely manner. February 3, 2013, is the two hundred fiftieth day after publication of the Notice of Intent to Adopt a Rule.
Staff Attorney, Family and Social Services Administration
Posted: 12/19/2012 by Legislative Services Agency
Composed: Aug 24,2016 12:23:12AM EDT
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