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The proposed rules were reviewed by the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources and the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources. On July 25, 2001, the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources held a public hearing. No requests for modifications were received as a result of this hearing.
Natural Resources
(CR 01-013)
An order affecting chs. NR 20 and 26, relating to sport fishing on the inland, outlying and boundary waters and fish refuges on the inland waters of Wisconsin.
Effective 12-31-01 and 4-1-02
Summary of Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The proposed rules regulate individuals. Therefore, a final regulatory flexibility analysis is not required.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
The proposed rules were reviewed by the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources and the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources. On July 25, 2001, the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources held a public hearing. No requests for modifications were received as a result of this hearing.
Natural Resources
(CR 01-030)
An order affecting ch. NR 1, relating to the cooperating forester program and private forestry priorities for assistance.
Effective 12-1-01
Summary of Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The proposed rule should increase business for private enterprise. The changes in work priorities for Department foresters emphasize their role in giving landowners objective initial guidance followed by referral to private enterprise resource managers to implement the work. Since participation in the Cooperating Forester Program is entirely voluntary, those firms that are in disagreement with the new policies are free to continue their businesses independently from the program.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
The proposed rules were reviewed by the Assembly Committee on Rural Affairs and Forestry and the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources. The Assembly Committee on Rural Affairs and Forestry held a public hearing on August 15, 2001 in Laona. No requests for modifications were received as a result of this hearing.
Natural Resources
(CR 01-038)
An order affecting ch. NR 8, relating to the issuance of licenses and approvals.
Effective 12-1-01
Summary of Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
These rules will not directly affect small business; therefore, no analysis is required.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
The proposed rules were reviewed by the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources and the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources. On September 20, 2001, the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources held a public hearing. On September 26, 2001, the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources held a public hearing. Neither committee requested any modifications to the proposed rule.
Natural Resources
(CR 01-066)
An order affecting ch. NR 10, relating to the 2001 migratory game bird season.
Effective 12-1-01
Summary of Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The rules are applicable to individual sport persons and impose no compliance or reporting requirements for small businesses, nor are any design or operational standards contained in the rule. Therefore, a final regulatory flexibility analysis is not required.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
The rules were reviewed by the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources and the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources. There were no comments.
Transportation
(CR 01-084)
An order revising ch. Trans 195, relating to fees for searching, verifying and certifying motor vehicle records.
Effective 12-1-01
Summary of Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The proposed rule will have negligible impact on small businesses. Vehicle record abstracts are generally obtained by attorneys and private investigators, towing companies, debt collectors, and similar businesses. While these businesses will be required to pay an increased fee, the number of vehicle record abstracts which any single business obtains is a very small number (about 50,000 vehicle records are accessed annually, in a statewide fleet of about 4.5 million vehicles). Thus, a $2 per record fee increase will have negligible impact on any single business. The telephone account minimum fee, representing 6 vehicle records checked in a month, is accounted for within the numbers cited above.
About 2,500 certifications and verifications each year are requested, for vehicle records (out of a fleet of about 4.5 million vehicles). About 2,000 certifications and verifications of driver license records are requested each year (in a population of about 3.5 million drivers). Thus, a $2 per certification/verification fee increase will have negligible impact on any single business.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
There were no comments.
Veterinary Examining Board
(CR 01-061)
An order affecting ch. VE 7, relating to the definition of unprofessional conduct of the practice of veterinary medicine.
Effective 12-1-01
Summary of Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
These rules will have no significant economic impact on a substantial number of small businesses, as defined in s. 227.114 (1) (a), Stats.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
There were no comments.
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