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Negotiated Rulemaking

Negotiated rulemaking is an informal part of the rulemaking process in which interested and affected persons and the agency seek to reach a consensus on the content of a rule. The PDC strongly encourages participation in the process from all stakeholders and welcomes public comment. Once negotiated rulemaking is completed or if negotiated rulemaking is not feasible, the agency will draft a proposed rule and publish it for public review and comment. To review any PDC Proposed Rules, please see the Proposed and Pending Rule page. For details about the rulemaking process, please see the Idaho Office of the Administrative Rules Coordinator.

PDC Negotiated Rulemaking Meeting – July 23, 2020 5:30 PM Mountain Time/4:30 PM Pacific Time to 7:30 PM Mountain Time/6:30 Pacific Time

The scope of this rulemaking is an overall rewrite of PDC rules to identify unnecessary and unclear rules, cleanup and simplify necessary rules and address the independence and equity rules proposal started last year. We welcome your review and input on the PDC rules.  Please see the attached draft Rules Outline. You may comment verbally during the meeting and/or in writing before or after the meeting prior to the comment deadline. Please also see the attached Negotiated Rulemaking Notice.

Rulemaking Record: Comments and Resources

Pursuant to Section 67-5225, Idaho Code, the PDC maintains a rulemaking record that is available for inspection by the public for at least two (2) years after the effective date of the rule. A portion of the rulemaking record for negotiated rules may be posted on this page. If you’d like to inspect the full rulemaking record for any negotiated rule, please contact our office.

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