Maine Governor Issues Order to Improve Review of Rulemaking
On January 10, 2011, Maine Governor Paul LePage issued Executive Order 09 FY 11/12, entitled "An Order to Improve Review of Rulemaking Process." The order establishes gubernatorial review of certain rules. The full text of the executive order is available online at http://www.maine.gov/tools/whatsnew/index.php?topic=Gov_Executive_Orders&id=182022&v=article2011. Filed under: Executive Oversight, State Rulemaking
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