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Interim Rules

Interim Rulemaking

Interim rules are noncode rules that may add a temporary rule, supersede a rule, supplement a rule, or suspend a rule. A temporary rule will not have an IAC citation. Interim rules cannot repeal a rule but may suspend a rule. Under IC 4-22-2-37.2(b), every agency is granted authority to utilize the interim rulemaking process if (1) the agency has general rulemaking authority and (2) the Governor finds an interim rule is necessary.

There are no active interim rules at this time.