Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-321-12 - Petition for promulgation, amendment or repeal of a regulation

Current through March 4, 2022

Any interested person may at any time petition the agency to promulgate, amend or repeal any regulation. The petition shall set forth clearly and concisely the text of the proposed regulation, amendment or repeal. Such petition shall also state the facts and arguments that favor the action it proposes by including such data, facts and arguments either in the petition or in a brief annexed thereto. The petition shall be addressed to the director by mail or delivered in person at the office of the agency during normal business hours. Upon receipt of the petition the director shall within thirty (30) days determine whether to deny or to initiate regulation making proceedings in accordance with law. If the director denies the petition, the director shall give the petitioner notice in writing, stating the reasons for the denial based on the data, facts and arguments submitted with the petition by the petitioner and upon such additional data, facts and arguments as the director shall deem appropriate.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 10-321-12
Effective June 2, 1977

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