Chapter DWD 22 provided rules on aid for 18-year old high school students who became ineligible for AFDC solely as a result of reaching the age of 18. The statutory authority for this rule, s. 49.20, Stats. (1997-98), has been repealed.
Chapter HSS 205 provided rules on monthly reporting of income for the determination of eligibility and benefit amount for AFDC, food stamp, and medical assistance programs. Monthly reporting is no longer used in the food stamp or medical assistance program.
Chapter HSS 206 provided rules for the administration of the Job Opportunities and Basic Skills (JOBS) training program for AFDC recipients, which existed from 1995 to 1998.
Chapter HSS 207 provided rules for the administration of the Work-Not-Welfare demonstration project, which existed from 1995 to 1997. The statutory authority for this rule, s. 49.27, Stats. (1997-98), has been repealed.
Chapter HSS 225 provided rules for the administration of fair hearings in appeals of public assistance, food stamp, and medical assistance claims within the Department of Health and Social Services. Hearings on appeals of public assistance claims are now conducted by the DOA Division of Hearings and Appeals and rules governing their procedure are at ch. HA 3.
Chapter HSS 244 provided rules on the confidential nature of records. Confidentiality requirements are now covered by s. 49.143 (5), Stats., s. DWD 12.08 (2), and W-2 agency contracts. Public notice and confidentiality requirements related to old age assistance liens are within the jurisdiction of the Department of Health and Family Services.
SECTION 1. Chapters DWD 22 and HSS 205, 206, 207, 225 and 244 are repealed.
Initial Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
There will be no significant impact on small business.
The repeal of obsolete public assistance rules will have no fiscal effect.
Written comments received at the following address no later than
Wednesday, October 4, 2000, will be given the same consideration as testimony presented at the hearing:
Office of Legal Counsel
Dept. of Workforce Development
P.O. Box 7946
Madison, WI 53707-7946
Notice of Submission of Proposed Rules to the Presiding Officer of each House of the Legislature, Under S. 227.19, Stats.
Please check the Bulletin of Proceedings for further information on a particular rule.
Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (CR 00-60):
Ch. ATCP 75 - Relating to retail food establishments.
Ch. HFS 196 - Relating to restaurants.
Chs. Trans 231 and 233 - Relating to division of land abutting a state trunk or connecting highway.
Ch. DWD 16 - Relating to emergency assistance for families facing impending homelessness.
Chs. HSS 245 and DWD 18 - Relating to public assistance record retention.
Administrative Rules Filed With The
Revisor Of Statutes Bureau
The following administrative rules have been filed with the Revisor of Statutes Bureau and are in the process of being published. The date assigned to each rule is the projected effective date. It is possible that the publication of these rules could be delayed. Contact the Revisor of Statutes Bureau at (608) 266-7275 for updated information on the effective dates for the listed rules.
Barbering and Cosmetology Examining Board (CR 00-19):
An order amending ss. BC Figure 5.02, Figure 5.04, Figure 5.05 and Figure 5.06, relating to theory hours conducted by the school outside of the classroom.
An order affecting ch. ETF 50, relating to eligible applicants for disability benefits.
An order affecting s. ETF 10.60 (2) and (3), relating to electronic reporting for the Wisconsin Retirement System (WRS).
An order creating s. IB 2.04, relating to Investment Board title holding companies.
An order amending s. RL 62.11, relating to holding classes outside of the classroom.
N o t i c e of N o n a c q u i e s c e n c e
NOTICE OF NONACQUIESCENCE
Tax Appeals Commission
ESSIE L. ZOLLICOFFER :
Petitioner, : NOTICE OF NONACQUIESCENCE
v. : Docket No. 99-W-125
WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, :
Pursuant to s. 73.01 (4) (e) 2 of the Wisconsin Statutes, the respondent hereby gives notice that, although it is not appealing the decision or order of the Tax Appeals Commission rendered in the above captioned matter under date of July 27, 2000, it has adopted a position of nonacquiescence in regard to that decision or order. DOR acquiesces in this decision only to the extent that it is based upon a factual finding that the taxpayer lacked the ability or authority to order, direct, or prioritize the payment of corporate taxes or other obligations due the Department. The effect of this action is that, although the decision or order is binding on the parties for the instant case, the Commission's conclusions of law, its construction of statutes, its use of case law and other authority and the legal rationale of its decision in the instant case are not binding upon or required to be followed by the respondent in other cases.
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