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Federal Rulemaking: Agencies Could Take Additonal Steps to Respond to Public Comments
Melissa Emrey-Arras (au); Robert Cramer (au)
Government agencies publish thousands of rules each year, with significant benefits and costs. Before issuing a final rule, agencies are generally required to publish a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) in the Federal Register. They must then respond to public comments when issuing final rules. Agencies may use exceptions in certain circumstances to forgo this NPRM process to expedite rulemaking. The Office of Mngt. and Budget (OMB) has authority to provide guidance on regulatory issues. This report addresses (1) how often agencies issued final rules without an NPRM; (2) which exceptions agencies used to do this; and (3) whether agencies took certain actions when issuing major rules without an NPRM, including voluntarily requesting and responding to public comments. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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