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No comments were received.
Hearings and Appeals
(CR 01-018)
An order affecting ch. HA 2, relating to the revocation of extended supervision of persons serving a bifurcated sentence.
Effective 10-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
These rules affect procedures before administrative law judges in revocation hearings and do not impact small businesses.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were received.
Insurance
(CR 01-035)
An order affecting ch. Ins 17, relating to annual patients compensation fund and mediation fund fees for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2001.
Effective 10-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The Office of the Commissioner of Insurance has determined that this rule will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small businesses and therefore a final regulatory flexibility analysis is not required.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were received.
Public Service Commission
(CR 00-138)
An order affecting ch. PSC 167, relating to extended area telephone service.
Effective 10-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The proposed rules would apply to the entities defined in ch. 196, Stats. This includes small telecommunications utilities, which are small businesses under s. 196.216, Stats., for the purposes of s. 227.114, Stats. (There are 76 small telecommunications utilities in Wisconsin.) However, these rules only come into effect if a petition for EAS is filed and certain threshold requirements on calling volumes are met. The agency has considered the methods in s. 227.114 (2), Stats., for reducing the impact of the rules on small businesses. However, this rule does not impose any new compliance requirements or any new reporting, bookkeeping, or other procedural compliance requirements other than requiring that customer ballots not be included with bills. This rule basically codifies current practice. Therefore, the impact reduction methods are not really applicable.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were received.
Transportation
(CR 01-040)
An order affecting ch. Trans 276, relating to allowing the operation of double bottoms and certain other vehicles on certain specified highways.
Effective 10-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The provisions of this proposed rule adding highway segments to the designated system have no direct adverse effect on small businesses, and may have a favorable effect on those small businesses which are shippers or carriers using the newly-designated routes.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were received.
Transportation
(CR 01-065)
An order affecting ch. Trans 276, relating to allowing the operation of double bottoms and certain other vehicles on certain specified highways.
Effective 10-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The provisions of this proposed rule adding highway segments to the designated system have no direct adverse effect on small businesses, and may have a favorable effect on those small businesses which are shippers or carriers using the newly-designated routes.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were received.
Workforce Development
(CR 01-039)
An order affecting ch. DWD 128, relating to unemployment insurance requirement of ability to work and availability for work.
Effective 10-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The proposed rules have no significant impact on small businesses, as defined in s. 227.114 (1) (a), Stats.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were received.
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