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Substantive Rule Substantive, Interpretive, and Procedural
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Types of rules: Body of the rule; what you can and cannot do.
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Procedural Rules Interpretive Rules
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Statements agencies issue to themselves to guide them on how to do their work. Details methods the agency uses to function publically.
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Rule-Making Process Substantive Rules
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Administrative laws with the same force of law as statutes enacted by congress; the rule is federal law. The process is public, posting a notice to hold hearings for public opinion.
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Administrative Agencies Investigation, Monitoring, and Regulation
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Ways in which an administrative agency enforces its own rules: Unofficially the fourth branch of government because they’re so powerful and can perform all three functions of the government without violating the doctrine of separation of powers.
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Administrative Agencies Government
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Biggest employer in America. The most they can do is suspend a license or issue subpoenas, but can refer illegal acts to the police for criminal liability.
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Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
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held by federal agencies available to the public; must be released upon a request by a citizen unless it’s exempted. Have the right to find
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course BUL 3130 taught by Professor Tessitore during the Summer '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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