Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board Rulemaking Docket
Current rule projects
Rules regarding audit and investigation procedures
A new law enacted during the 2014 legislative session directs the Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board to adopt rules governing Board audit and investigation procedures. The law requires the Board to use the expedited rulemaking process to adopt the rules.
The Board chair appointed a rulemaking committee to draft the proposed rules. After four meetings and a public hearing, the committee recommended a draft of the proposed rules to the Board. On July 8, 2014, the Board approved the proposed expedited rules.
Click here to view the proposed expedited rules
Although a Statement of Need and Reasonableness is not required for expedited rules, the Board has prepared an explanation of its proposed expedited rules.
Click here to view the explanation of rules
At its July meeting, the Board also authorized the executive director to publish a Notice of Intent to Adopt Expedited Rules without a Public Hearing. The Notice and the proposed expedited rules will be published in the State Register on Monday, July 28, 2014.
Click here to view the Notice of Intent to Adopt Expedited Rules
Click here to view the current rulemaking schedule. This schedule is subject to change.
Click here for supporting material for the proposed rules regarding audit and investigation procedures
Comments and questions
You have until 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 27, 2014, to submit written comment in support of or in opposition to the proposed expedited rules and any part or subpart of the rules. Your comment must be in writing and must be received by the Board contact person by the due date. The Board contact person is Jodi Pope, Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board, 190 Centennial Office Building, 658 Cedar Street, St. Paul, MN 55155-1603; Jodi.email@example.com.
The Board encourages comment. Your comment should identify the portion of the proposed expedited rules addressed and the reason for the comment. In addition, you are encouraged to propose any change desired. If you have comments on the legality of the proposed rules, you must also make those comments during this comment period.
If you have questions about the rulemaking process in
general or this proceeding in particular, please contact Jodi Pope at Jodi.firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-539-1183.
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