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What is Rule Making in NYS?-The State Legislature is responsible for enacting the general laws in New York. In doing so, the Legislature often delegates “rule making powers” to the state’s administrative departments and agencies. These agencies are then empowered to develop and enforce the rules and regulations they find necessary to implement the broad policies adopted by the Legislature. This document describes how rules are created to enact laws in NYS.
- New York State Division of Administrative Rules (NYS Register)
- New York Codes, Rules and Regulations (NYCRR)-The NYCRR primarily contains state agency rules and regulations adopted under the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA). The 23 Titles include one for each state department, one for miscellaneous agencies and one for the Judiciary.
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