New York State Register
Source: New York State Department of State
The New York State Register provides notice of proposed new administrative rules and amendments to existing administrative rules. It also posts emergency rules and other information.
Also available is the revised Rule Making in New York manual. The manual outlines the procedures for preparation of SAPA notices for the New York State Register and for Filing adopted rules for publication in the official NYCRR. You may download PDF version of the manual by clicking here (218kb 74 pages).
To access the New York State Register on the Internet, go to: http://www.dos.state.ny.us/info/register.htm
The Department of State’s site also provides a fully searchable "rule making" database starting with postings from 2007. Postings are provided in a PDF format.
You may subscribe to a free weekly State Register email alert using a link provided on the site. that will notify subscribers when new postings are available.
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