If a state agency throws the book at you in the future, it might not hurt as much. Except maybe the oil and gas book.
Gov. Matt Mead has asked state agencies, boards and commissions this year to reduce rules on the books by a third. The rules project would cut both rule length and the number of rules, hopefully streamlining processes for state government.
"We have obsolete, unnecessary and duplicative rules on the books and state agencies, boards and commissions are now looking critically at their existing rules and writing new rules in a more clear and concise manner," Mead said in a release. Read More