Legislative Commission to Review Administrative Rules
Also known as:
Legislative Commission for Review of Administrative Rules
Function: Review Minnesota state agency rules, with authority to suspend any rules that go beyond legislative authority, are in conflict with legislative intent, or are unreasonable, inadequate, or improper.
Created in 1974, but was inactive until 1976 because the senate had refused to appoint members. (Source: Capitol reporter, 30 June 1977, p. 4) Commission eliminated as of July, 1996, pursuant to 1995 Minn. Laws Chap. 248 Art. 2 Sec. 6 Subd. 1.
Bipartisan: 5 senators, 5 representatives appointed by speaker; no term specified.
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