1. The administrative code editor shall cause the "Iowa Administrative Bulletin" to be published in pamphlet form at least every other week containing the following:
a. Notices of intended action and adopted rules prepared in such a manner so that the text of a proposed or adopted rule shows the text of any existing rule being changed and the change being made.
b. All proclamations and executive orders of the governor which are general and permanent in nature.
c. Resolutions nullifying administrative rules passed by the general assembly pursuant to Article III, section 40 of the Constitution of the State of Iowa.
d. Other materials deemed fitting and proper by the administrative rules review committee.
2. Subject to the direction of the administrative rules coordinator, the administrative code editor shall cause the "Iowa Administrative Code" to be compiled, indexed, and published in loose-leaf form containing all rules adopted and filed by each agency. The administrative code editor further shall cause loose-leaf supplements to the Iowa administrative code to be published as determined by the administrative rules coordinator and the administrative rules review committee, containing all rules filed for publication in the prior time period. The supplements shall be in such form that they may be inserted in the appropriate places in the permanent compilation. The administrative rules co- ordinator shall devise a uniform numbering system for rules and may renumber rules before publication to conform with the system.
3. The administrative code editor may omit or cause to be omitted from the Iowa administrative code or bulletin any rule the publication of which would be unduly cumbersome, expensive or otherwise inexpedient, if the rule in printed or processed form is made available on application to the adopting agency at no more than its cost of reproduction, and if the Iowa administrative code or bulletin contains a notice stating the specific subject matter of the omitted rule and stating how a copy of the omitted rule may be obtained.
The administrative code editor shall omit or cause to be omitted from the Iowa administrative code any rule or portion of a rule nullified by the general assembly pursuant to Article III, section 40 of the Constitution of the State of Iowa.
4. An agency which adopts standards by reference to another publication shall purchase and provide a copy of the publication containing the standards to the administrative rules coordinator who shall deposit the copy in the state law library where it shall be made available for inspection and reference.
5. The Iowa administrative code, its supplements, and the Iowa administrative bulletin shall be made available upon request to all persons who subscribe to any of them through the state printing division. Copies of this code so made available shall be kept current by the division.
6. All expenses incurred by the administrative code editor under this section shall be defrayed under section 2B.22.
7. The administrative code editor, with the approval of the administrative rules review committee and the administrative rules coordinator, may delete a rule from the Iowa administrative code if the agency that adopted the rule has ceased to exist, no successor agency has jurisdiction over the rule, and no statutory authority exists supporting the rule.
8. The Iowa administrative code shall be cited as (agency identification number) IAC, (chapter, rule, subrule, lettered paragraph, or numbered subparagraph).
9. The Iowa administrative bulletin shall be cited as IAB (volume), (number), (publication date), (page number), (ARC number).
[C54, 58, 62, 66, § 14.3, 17A.9; C71, 73, § 14.6(5); C75, 77, 79, 81, § 17A.6]
88 Acts, ch 1158, § 2; 89 Acts, ch 296, § 4; 90 Acts, ch 1266, §34; 91 Acts, ch 42, § 2, 3; 91 Acts, ch 258, § 20; 95 Acts, ch 14, § 1
Referred to in § 2B.17, 17A.4, 267.6
See also § 7.17
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