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Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2030-19.010 This rule is being amended to add the word “professional” in front of land surveyor due to passage of HB 343. 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 state agencies or political subdivisions 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
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2030-20.030 This rule is being amended to add the words “professional land” in front of surveyor in the purpose statement due to passage of HB 343. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2085-3.010 This rule establishes and fixes the various fees and charges authorized by Chapters 328 and 329, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately one million two hundred seventy five thousand thirty dollars ($1,275,030.00) biennially and one hundred fifty four thousand thirty seven dollars and fifty cents ($154,037.50) annually 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 million two hundred seventy five thousand thirty dollars ($1,275,030.00) biennially and one hundred fifty four thousand thirty seven dollars and fifty cents ($154,037.50) annually 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 The board’s revenue will decrease due to the proposed rulemaking. The reduction in revenue will not affect the board negatively, as it is the board’s duty to reduce fees to a level that is not excessive to carry out the duties of the board. Based on FY16 actual numbers, the proposed amendment will cost the board approximately $1,429,030. A fiscal note has been filed in accordance with sections 536.200 and 536.205, RSMo. Professional Registration
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2095-1.020 The Division of Professional Registration and the Committee for Professional Counselors are statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of Chapter 337, RSMo. Pursuant to section 337.507, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by Chapter 337 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 337, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will cost state agencies approximately two hundred sixty thousand seven hundred fifty dollars ($260,750) from April 1, 2017 to June 30, 2019. 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 two hundred sixty thousand seven hundred fifty dollars ($260,750) from April 1, 2017 to June 30, 2019. 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 The reduction of the renewal fee has a positive affect for a licensee as a reduction in a fee is a reduction in the cost of doing business. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 400-13.100 This rule prescribes the form and content of the rate information required to be submitted to the Department and sets forth the standards of review applicable to such filings. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate. PRIVATE COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate. Link to Missouri Register This proposed rule does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 700-1.148 The rule is being rescinded because proposed rule 20 CSR 400-5.900 will replace the language in this rescinded rule. 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 This proposed rescission does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 700-1.147 The proposed amendment makes this rule only applicable to the offer, sale or exchange of variable life products and removes all language relating to annuity recommendations. Proposed rule 20 CSR 400-5.900 is replacing language contained in this rule. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 700-1.146 The proposed amendment makes this rule only applicable to the offer, sale or exchange of variable life contracts and removes all language relating to annuity recommendations. Proposed rule 20 CSR 400-5.900 is replacing language contained in this rule. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 700-1.145 The proposed amendment clarifies the standard to which producers are held with regard to the exchange or replacement of variable life, annuity or long-term care products. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 400-5.900 The proposed rule implements the NAIC Suitability in Annuity Transactions Model Regulation #275. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate. PRIVATE COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate. Link to Missouri Register This proposed rule does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 400-5.800 The proposed rule implements the NAIC Annuity Disclosure Guideline Model Regulation #245. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate. PRIVATE COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate. Link to Missouri Register This proposed rule does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 400-5.410 The rule is being rescinded because proposed rule 20 CSR 400-5.800 will replace the language in this rescinded rule. 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 This proposed rescission does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 400-5.400 The proposed amendment updates life insurance and annuity replacement requirements in accordance with the NAIC Advertisements of Life Insurance and Annuities Model Regulation #613. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 400-5.100 The proposed amendment will make this rule consistent with the NAIC Advertisements of Life Insurance and Annuities Model Regulation #570. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Insurance
Emergency Amendment 20 CSR 2070-2.090 The State Board of Chiropractic Examiners is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 331.010 to 331.115, RSMo. Pursuant to section 331.070, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 331.010 to 331.115, RSMo so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 331.010 to 331.115, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency amendment. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency amendment. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-2.080 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of the fees which the chapter authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering the chapter. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.080 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-3.080 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees which Chapter 334, RSMo authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-3.080 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-3.170 This rule established the fees the Missouri State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Pursuant to Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees which Chapter 334, RSMo authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-3.170 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-4.060 This rule established the fees for speech pathologists or audiologists, or both. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-4.060 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-6.050 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts charged pursuant to Chapter 334, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-6.050 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-7.200 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of the fees which Chapter 334, RSMo, authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering that chapter. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-7.200 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-8.060 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 324, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 324, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees, which Chapter 324, RSMo authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 324, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-8.060 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rescission 20 CSR 2150-9.080 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees which Chapter 334, RSMo authorized, not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Emergency Rule 20 CSR 2150-9.080 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Professional Registration
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-2.080 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of the fees which the chapter authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering the chapter. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.080 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately one million two hundred fifty thousand eight hundred eighty dollars ($1,250,880) annually 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 rule will save private entities approximately one million two hundred fifty thousand eight hundred eighty dollars ($1,250,880) annually 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
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-3.080 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees which Chapter 334, RSMo, authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 334, RSMo. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-3.080 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately eight thousand one hundred twenty-five dollars ($8,125) 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 rule will save private entities approximately eight thousand one hundred twenty-five dollars ($8,125) 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
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-3.170 This rule established the fees the Missouri State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Pursuant to Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees which Chapter 334, RSMo authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 334, RSMo. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-3.170 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002-334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately nine thousand four hundred fifty dollars ($9,450) 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 rule will save private entities approximately nine thousand four hundred fifty dollars ($9,450) annually 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
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-4.060 This rule established the fees for speech pathologists or audiologists, or both. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-4.060 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately eighty-six thousand eight hundred ninety-three dollars ($86,893) 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 rule will save private entities approximately eighty-six thousand eight hundred ninety-three dollars ($86,893) 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
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-6.050 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts charged pursuant to Chapter 334, RSMo. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-6.050 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002– 334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately thirty-four thousand seven hundred thirty dollars ($34,730) annually 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 rule will save private entities approximately thirty-four thousand seven hundred thirty dollars ($34,730) annually 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
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-7.200 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of the fees which Chapter 334, RSMo, authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering that chapter. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-7.200 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately forty-seven thousand six hundred seventy-five dollars ($47,675) annually 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 rule will save private entities approximately forty-seven thousand six hundred seventy-five dollars ($47,675) annually 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
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-8.060 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 324, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 324, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees, which Chapter 324, RSMo, authorized not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 324, RSMo. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-8.060 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately twenty-one thousand five hundred fifty dollars ($21,550) annually 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 rule will save private entities approximately twenty-one thousand five hundred fifty dollars ($21,550) annually 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
Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-9.080 This rule established the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts was authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board was directed to set by rule the amount of fees which Chapter 334, RSMo, authorized, not to exceed the cost and expense of administering Chapter 334, RSMo. 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 This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-9.080 The State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is statutorily obligated to enforce and administer the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. Pursuant to section 334.090, RSMo, the board shall by rule and regulation set the amount of fees authorized by sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo, so that the revenue produced is sufficient, but not excessive, to cover the cost and expense to the board for administering the provisions of sections 334.002–334.749, RSMo. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will decrease revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately twelve thousand three hundred seventy-five dollars ($12,375) annually 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 rule will save private entities approximately twelve thousand three hundred seventy-five dollars ($12,375) annually for the life of the rule. It is anticipated that the costs will recur for the life of the rule, may vary with inflation, and are expected to increase at the rate projected by the Legislative Oversight Committee.
Link to Missouri Register This proposed amendment does not have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2220-2.095 The purpose of this rule is to authorize pharmacies to collect medication for purposes of destruction and to establish requirements for medication collection programs. PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($ 500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed rule will cost private entities voluntary electing to establish a medication return program an estimated three hundred and six thousand and four hundred dollars ($306,400) during the first year of implementation and thirty-five thousand, four hundred and seventy three dollars and forty-six cents ($ 35,473.46) annually over the life of the rule as the result of the proposed amendment.
Link to Missouri Register This proposed amendment does have an adverse impact on small businesses. Professional Registration
Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2110-2.050 The Missouri Dental Board no longer administers a clinical competency exam for licensure. As a result the Board does not have a means to deny further examination to someone who has failed a clinical exam multiple times. Multiple failures of a clinical competency exam are evidence of incompetence. This proposed change to the rule will allow the Board to deny an application for licensure based upon this evidence of incompetence. 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 rule will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
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Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2110-2.010 The Missouri Dental Board no longer administers a clinical competency exam for licensure. As a result the Board does not have a means to deny further examination to someone who has failed a clinical exam multiple times. Multiple failures of a clinical competency exam are evidence of incompetence. This proposed change to the rule will allow the Board to deny an application for licensure based upon this evidence of incompetence. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2270-1.051 This rule sets forth the procedures for licensees and registrants who are members of any United States or State of Missouri military, pursuant to §41.950, RSMo, who have served on active military duty, pursuant to §41.950, RSMo. Specifically, the rule sets forth procedures for the renewal of a license or registration, for completing obligations of the board, and for discipline of a license or registration. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies approximately three dollars ($3) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately seventy-one dollars and thirty-eight cents ($71.38) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2270-2.080 This rule requires the board to accept evidence of military education, training, or service to be applied toward the requirements for licensure. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies approximately three dollars ($3) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately one dollar and five cents ($1.05) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2270-3.045 This rule requires the board to accept evidence of military education, training, or service to be applied toward the requirements for registration. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies approximately three dollars ($3) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately one dollar and five cents ($1.05) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2115-2.060 This rule requires the committee to accept evidence of military education, training, or service to be applied toward the requirements for licensure. PUBLIC ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than $500 in the aggregate.
PRIVATE ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than $500 in the aggregate.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2115-2.061 This rule sets forth the procedures for licensees and registrants who are members of any United States or State of Missouri military, pursuant to section 41.950, RSMo, who have served on active military duty, pursuant to section 41.950, RSMo. Specifically, the rule sets forth procedures for the renewal of a license or registration, for completing obligations of the board, and for discipline of a license or registration. PUBLIC ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than $500 in the aggregate.
PRIVATE ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than $500 in the aggregate.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2115-2.062 This rule states the requirements and procedures for a nonresident spouse of an active duty member of the military who is transferred to this state in the course of the member’s military duty to obtain a temporary courtesy license to practice for one hundred eighty (180) days. PUBLIC ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than $500 in the aggregate.
PRIVATE ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than $500 in the aggregate.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2193-2.050 This rule sets forth the procedures for licensees and registrants who are members of any United States or State of Missouri military, pursuant to section 41.950, RSMo, who have served on active military duty, pursuant to section 41.950, RSMo. Specifically, the rule sets forth procedures for the renewal of a license or registration, for completing obligations of the board, and for discipline of a license or registration. PUBLIC ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than $500 in the aggregate.
PRIVATE ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than $500 in the aggregate.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2193-2.055 This rule requires the division to accept evidence of military education, training, or service to be applied toward the requirements for licensure. PUBLIC ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than $500 in the aggregate.
PRIVATE ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than $500 in the aggregate.
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Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2210-2.030 This amendment clarifies the number of continuing education hours which may be obtained by a method where the licensee is not physically present. PUBLIC ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than $500 in the aggregate.
PRIVATE ENTITY COST: This proposed rule will not cost private entities more than $500 in the aggregate.
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Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2220-2.200 The board is amending the title, purpose statement, and all sections of this rule. Additionally, the board is deleting sections (5), (6), (8), (15), and (16) of the current rule and adding new sections (5), (6), (7), (10), (17), (18), (20), and (21). PUBLIC COST: This proposed amendment will not cost state agencies or political more than five hundred dollars ($ 500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: This proposed amendment will cost private entities ninety-nine thousand, two hundred forty-five dollars ($99,245) during the first year of implementation, two million eight hundred sixty-one thousand two hundred fifty-nine dollars and thirty-five cents ($2,861,259.35) annually of the life of the rule as the result of the proposed amendment.
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Emergency Amendment 20 CSR 2220-2.200 The board is amending the title, purpose statement, and all sections of this rule. Additionally, the Board is deleting sections (5), (6), (8), and (15) of the current rule and adding new sections (5), (6), (7), (10), (17), (20), and (21). PUBLIC COST: Not applicable.
PRIVATE COST: Not applicable.
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Emergency Rule 20 CSR 700-1.170 The emergency rule, effective August 28, 2016, effectuates new section 379.1640 in HB 2194 (2016) by establishing requirements and procedures for obtaining a limited lines self-service storage insurance producer license and the obligation of such licensees to establish, maintain, and update a register. Not applicable to emergency rule. Link to Missouri Register Not applicable to emergency rule. Insurance
Proposed Rule 20 CSR 700-1.170 The proposed rule effectuates new section 379.1640 in HB 2194 (2016) by establishing requirements and procedures for obtaining a limited lines self-service storage insurance producer license and the obligation of such licensees to establish, maintain, and update a register. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will not cost state agencies or political subdivisions more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
PRIVATE COST: The proposed rule will cost private entities approximately sixty thousand ($60,000) in the aggregate.
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Proposed Amendment 20 CSR 2250-3.010 This amendment clarifies the current licensing procedures during a renewal for new salesperson and broker applicants. 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.
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Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-2.001 This rule is being rescinded and readopted to include additional terms defined by the board. 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.001 This rule defines terms used in Chapter 334, RSMo, and this chapter. 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.045 This rule outlines the requirements and procedures for notifying the board of name and address changes. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately twenty-three thousand, one hundred eighty-five dollars ($23,185) to twenty-seven thousand six hundred eighty-five dollars ($27,685) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately one thousand two hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,275) annually 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.
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Proposed Rescission 20 CSR 2150-2.080 This rule is being rescinded and readopted in a format that is more understandable and user friendly. 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.080 This rule establishes the various fees which the State Board of Registration for the Healing Arts is authorized to collect in administering Chapter 334, RSMo. Under the provisions of Chapter 334, RSMo, the board is directed to set by rule the amount of the fees which the chapter authorizes not to exceed the cost and expense of administering the chapter. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will increase revenue for state agencies or political subdivisions approximately three million, nine hundred fifty-four thousand nine hundred thirty dollars ($3,954,930) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately three million, nine hundred fifty-four thousand nine hundred thirty dollars ($3,954,930) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.200 The rule establishes the process to apply for an assistant physician license. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately twenty thousand, seven hundred twenty-one dollars and eighty-two cents ($20,721.82) to twenty-six thousand two hundred eighty-nine dollars and eighty-three cents ($26,289.83) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately thirty thousand one hundred forty-three dollars and fifty-two cents ($30,143.52) to forty-two thousand six hundred -six dollars and fifty-two cents ($42,606.52) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.210 This rule provides information to assistant physicians in Missouri regarding renewal of licensure. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately four thousand, one hundred seventy-one dollars and twenty-five cents ($4,171.25) to five thousand four hundred twenty-one dollars and twenty-five cents ($5,421.25) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately one hundred thirty-six dollars and twenty-five cents ($136.25) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.220 This rule provides the requirements assistant physicians must follow to request inactive status. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately sixty-eight dollars and fifty cents ($68.50) to eighty dollars ($80) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately five dollars and forty-seven cents ($5.47) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.230 This rule details the minimum requirements for continuing education. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately four hundred seventy-four dollars and twenty-five cents ($474.25) to five hundred eight dollars and seventy-five cents ($508.75) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately three hundred two thousand five hundred thirty dollars and sixty cents ($302,530.60) to three hundred two thousand five hundred fifty-five dollars and sixty-cents ($302,555.60) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.240 In accordance with section 334.036, RSMo, this rule defines collaborative practice arrangement terms. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately four thousand thirteen dollars and fifty-seven cents ($4,013.57) to four thousand five hundred ninety-four dollars and thirty-seven cents ($4,594.37) annually 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 rescission will not cost private entities more than five hundred dollars ($500) in the aggregate.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.250 This rule provides the requirements and time frames licensees must follow in reporting a change in supervision. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately fifty dollars ($50) to sixty dollars and fifty cents ($60.50) annually 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 rule will cost private entities approximately four dollars and ninety cents ($4.90) annually 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.
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Proposed Rule 20 CSR 2150-2.260 This rule sets forth the process for assistant physicians to receive a certificate of controlled substance prescriptive authority. PUBLIC COST: This proposed rule will cost state agencies or political subdivisions approximately six thousand forty-six dollars and thirty-seven cents ($6,046.37) to seven thousand one hundred seventy-one dollars and sixty-seven cents ($7,171.67) annually thereafter 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 rule will cost private entities approximately three hundred one dollars and twenty-nine cents ($301.29) annually thereafter 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.
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