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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

#Walker As Ruler or Rule Maker #50 Exec. Order

Some bits and pieces ... this is not the way the English Parliament reacted to their King.  I don't think we need a legislature any more?!  Our Legislature did the abdicating?!

The Wheeler Report

Gov. Walker: Issues Executive Order #50. (Relating to Guidelines for the Promulgation of Administrative Rules). (this link will download for reading)



Relating to Guidelines for the Promulgation of Administrative Rules

WHEREAS, 2011 Wisconsin Act 21 reformed the administrative rulemaking process in
Wisconsin in order to increase accountability, clarify agency regulatory authority, and
evaluate the economic impact of all new and amended state administrative rules; and

WHEREAS, Wis. Stat. §§ 227.135(2), 227.24(1)(e)1d. requires the Governor to approve a
statement of scope before an agency may proceed with rulemaking, Wis. Stat. § 227.185
requires the Governor to approve a final draft rule before it is submitted to the Legislature
for review, and Wis. Stat. § 227.24(1)(e)1g. requires the Governor to approve an emergency
rule before it is filed with the Legislative Reference Bureau and published in the official state
newspaper; and 
NOW THEREFORE, I, Scott Walker, Governor of the State of Wisconsin, by virtue of
the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of Wisconsin, specifically Wis.
Stat. § 227.10(2m), do hereby direct that state agencies shall comply with the requirements of
Subchapter II of Chapter 227 and this Executive Order when promulgating administrative


5.  Pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 227.135(2), no state employee may begin work on a
proposed rule or emergency rule until the statement of scope has been approved by
the Governor, published in the Administrative Register, and approved by the agency
head or body with policy making powers for the agency. 

WI 1848 Forward: #Walker As Ruler or Rule Maker #50 Exec. Order : #WiUnion #WiVote #47% vs #1% #elites #Koch Power

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