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Rulemaking

DOPL conducts numerous forms of rulemaking in compliance with the Idaho Administrative Procedures Act (Idaho Code §67-5201 et seq).

2022-2023 Rulemaking Activity

The following describes rulemaking activity for submission before the Legislative Session 2023.

On May 4, 2022, DOPL published DOCKET NO. 24-ZBRR-2201, Notice of Intent to Promulgate Rules – Zero Based Regulation Negotiated Rulemaking.

These rules are being presented for authorization as part of the DOPL’s plan to review each rule every 5 years consistent with the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-01: Zero-Based Regulation. It is anticipated that rulemaking stakeholders will propose and advocate for rulemaking changes as part of the negotiated rulemaking process. The DOPL intends to carefully consider all changes presented by the public and may propose certain changes so long as they are consistent with the rules’ statutory authority and the Governor’s Executive Order.

Rulemaking Copies

All materials pertaining to the negotiated rulemaking, including any available preliminary rule drafts, proposed drafts, and pending drafts are found below.

The following IDAPA rule chapters are germane to this rulemaking:

Method of Participation and Schedules

Rulemaking meetings will be held in person and via web conferencing in order to provide a rulemaking platform that enables broad participation by stakeholders from across the state, and minimize travel for stakeholders. Please review the DOPL Calendar for scheduled board meetings and negotiated rulemaking meetings. In addition, all meetings will be publicly noticed according the Idaho Open Public Meetings Laws on Townhall Idaho.

Public Comment

Public comment is an important part of rule development and will be used to determine feasibility of negotiated rulemaking. Please be aware that public comments will become part of the official public record. If you are interested in providing comments on one or more of the following proposals, you may do so by submitting your comments in writing to the person identified as the primary contact. Anyone may submit written comments regarding this negotiated rulemaking. All written preliminary comments must be directed to the undersigned and must be delivered on or before August 16, 2022.

Tim Frost
Deputy Administrator
11341 W Chinden Blvd
Boise, ID 83714 Phone: (208) 577-2491
Email: tim.frost@dopl.idaho.gov

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