The following are summaries and other information related to Proposed Rules that the Department of Insurance, Financial Institutions and Professional Registration (DIFP) has submitted to the Secretary of State for Publication in the Missouri Register. These rules will not go into effect until the public has had an opportunity to submit written comments, and to attend a public hearing if one is scheduled.

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Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2220-2.020 This board is amending subsection (9)(K) and section (11) of this rule to allow Missouri pharmacies to dispense prescriptions written by an authorized prescriber based on a valid medical evaluation. The board is also amending other provisions of the rule to address signature requirements for entities submitting a pharmacy permit application and to update the rule’s current definitions of specific pharmacy classes. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political more than five hundred dollars ($ 500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
Link to Missouri Register This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Emergency Amendment 20 CSR 2220-2.020 This board is amending subsection (9)(K) and section (11) of this rule to allow Missouri pharmacies to dispense prescriptions written by an authorized prescriber based on a valid medical evaluation. PUBLIC COST: Not applicable.
PRIVATE COST: Not applicable.
Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 700-3.200 This amendment updates definitions, eliminates the use of specific forms, and corrects a statutory citation. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
Link to Missouri Register The proposed amended rule does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2110-2.170 The Missouri Dental Board is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of Chapter 332, RSMo. Pursuant to section 332.031, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by Chapter 332 so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of Chapter 332, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately one hundred fifteen thousand and five hundred eighty dollars ($115,500) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will save private entities approximately one hundred fifteen thousand and five hundred eighty dollars ($115,500) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the savings will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee.
Link to Missouri Register This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2120-2.100 This emergency rule effective February 12, 2016, is a one-time reduction in the Embalmer Biennial Renewal Fee and the Funeral Director Biennial Renewal fees. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
20 CSR 400-5.600 This amendment corrects an inconsistency between the required notice set forth in Appendix One of the current rule and section 376.717, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will cost private entities approximately one hundred five thousand dollars ($105,000) in the aggregate.
Link to Missouri Register The proposed amended rule does not change the $50 filing fee per form required by the current rule. Insurance
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 1100-2.185 This rule limited credit union investment in fixed assets to no more than five percent (5%) of total assets without prior approval of the director of the Missouri Division of Credit Unions. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rescission will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed rescission will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
Link to Missouri Register Not applicable Credit Unions
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2193-4.010 This amendment reduces various fees for the Interior Design Council. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will cost state agencies approximately three hundred fifty dollars ($350) annually and three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will save private entities approximately three hundred fifty dollars ($350) annually and three thousand five hundred dollars ($3,500) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee.
Link to Missouri Register This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
20 CSR 200-11.101 This amendment effects changes made to sections 382.010 to 382.300, RSMo, by House Bill 50 (2015) and incorporates revisions to the Insurance Holding Company System Model Regulation with Reporting Forms and Instructions adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
Link to Missouri Register The proposed amended rule does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 200-11.101 The emergency rule amendment, effective January 1, 2016, effects changes made to sections 382.010 to 382.300, RSMo, by House Bill 50 (2015) and incorporates revisions to the Insurance Holding Company System Model Regulation with Reporting Forms and Instructions adopted by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. PUBLIC COST:  Not applicable.
PRIVATE COST: Not applicable.
Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Insurance
Emergency Amendment- 20 CSR 2230—2.070 Fees The State Board of Podiatric Medicine is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of Chapter 330, RSMo. Pursuant to section 330.140, RSMo, the board shall set the amount of the fees which the chapter authorizes and requires by rules and regulations. The fees shall be set at a level to produce revenue which shall not substantially exceed the cost and expense of administering the provisions of Chapter 330, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Proposed Amendment- 20 CSR 2220-4.010 General Fees The Board of Pharmacy is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of section Chapter 338, RSMo, governing the practice of pharmacy. Pursuant to section 338.070, RSMo, the Board shall set the appropriate amount of fees by rule, so that the revenue produced shall not substantially exceed the cost and expense of administering the provisions of Chapter 338, RSMo. Based on the Board’s five (5) year projections, the Board is proposing to reduce renewal fees for pharmacies, drug distributors, pharmacists, intern pharmacists and pharmacy technicians. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately one million, eight hundred eight thousand ($1,808,000) from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 as the result of the proposed decrease.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will save private entities approximately one million, eight hundred eight thousand ($1,808,000) from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 as the result of the proposed decrease.
Link to Missouri Register This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Amendment- 20 CSR 2255-1.040 Fees The board is proposing to decrease fees associated with licensure. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately forty-two thousand five hundred twenty dollars ($42,520.00) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation, and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will save private entities approximately forty-two thousand five hundred twenty dollars ($42,520.00) biennially for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation, and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee.
Link to Missouri Register This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration

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