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Rule Making Schedule
Rules review process
The Liquor Control Board reviews rules as part of its on-going regulatory improvement efforts. It also reviews rules and proposes changes that implement laws passed during the recent legislation session. This schedule is updated periodically.
If you have questions or would like to be added to the rule making distribution list, please contact the agency’s Rules Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org .
To assist the reader in understanding the status of the different rule making topics, the following references are explained:
CR 101 – Agency files a notice of intent to develop rules on the topic. Typically, no amendments or new language is proposed but existing rules are identified.
CR 102 – Agency files a notice proposing new rules or changes to existing rules.
CR 103 – Agency has adopted the proposed rules that will become effective 31 days after they are filed with the Code Reviser unless otherwise indicated.