COPRRR Reviews in Progress

Your Input on Reviews Matters

COPRRR is charged with determining, among other things, if an agency's statute and rules adequately protect the public without imposing undue burdens on the regulated community. Reviews also examine an agency's efficiency, effectiveness and accountability. COPRRR will make recommendations in these and other areas to the General Assembly. Your information will help us identify problems and solutions related to agencies under review. COPRRR is also charged with performing sunrise reviews which analyze whether there is a need for state regulation of currently unregulated occupations or professions. Please be aware that the COPRRR cannot intervene in individual cases or arbitrate disputes with an agency.

The link below will take you to our comment form where you can describe the issue(s) that are of interest to you or your organization. Please be specific in explaining your issues and how your solutions might be implemented.

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Reviews in Progress

The review processes involve soliciting and receiving input from interested parties and stakeholders like you. Anyone can contact COPRRR to provide input on a review. There is no need to wait to be contacted. The sunrise reviews currently in progress are listed below: 

Advisory Committee Reviews

Council of Higher Education Representatives
Employment First Advisory Panel
Forest Health Advisory Council
Homeland Security and All-Hazards Advisory Committee
Infection Control Advisory Committee
Special Education Fiscal Advisory Committee


Sunrise Reviews

The deadline for Sunrise Applications is December 1, 2019.

Sunset Reviews

Athletic Trainers
Application of Silver Diamine Flouride to Dental Patients
Dental Hygienists to Place Therapeutic Restorations
Direct Entry Midwives
Electronic Prescription Drug Monitoring Program
Healthcare Professions Profile Program (Michael Skolnik Medical Transparency Act)
Office of Consumer Counsel
Pharmacy, State Board of
Program for Disability Benefits
Surgical Assistants and Surgical Technicians
Workers' Compensation Classification Appeals Board

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