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No rulemaking for two years?

Another ALEC-inspired piece of legislation?
Smart ALEC: The Organization That May Be Helping Corporations Write Legislation for Your State
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MN House of Representatives, Public Information Services

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State agencies would be stripped of their rulemaking authority for two years, with few exceptions, under a bill that won committee approval.

Rep. Chris Swedzinski (R-Ghent) sponsors HF2211<> that would prohibit agencies from promulgating any new rules between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2014. The House State Government Finance Committee approved the bill and sent it to the House Commerce and Regulatory Reform Committee.

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Smart ALEC: The Organization That May Be Helping Corporations Write Legislation for Your State, Elaine Magliaro, Guest Blogger, JonathanTurley.org

  • ALEC (is) a behind the scenes organization that helps corporations provide state legislators with model legislation at meetings and conferences that the  legislators take back to their states.
  • Exposing ALEC: Why Are Corporations Writing State Laws?
  • Koch Brothers, ALEC and Their Corporate Allies Plan to Privatize Government

Demand that corporations stop suppressing our votes, Rashad Robinson, ColorOfChange.org

  • Major corporations are helping suppress the votes of Black folks and other minorities through a right wing group called ALEC.
  • Please join us in demanding that they stop.<http://act.colorofchange.org/sign/alec>