February 20, 2014 - The above-entitled matter came on for review by the Chief Administrative Law Judge pursuant to the provisions of Minnesota Rules, part 1400.2240, subpart 4. Based upon a review of the record in this proceeding, the Chief Administrative Law Judge hereby approves the Report of the Administrative Law Judge, dated February 13, 2014, in all respects.
February 19, 2014 - Rogers’ Motion for Partial Summary Disposition is GRANTED with respect to the issue of whether his actions constitute a “taking” of wild animals pursuant to Minn. Stat. §§ 97A.401, subd.3 and 97A.015, subd. 47.
Rogers’ Motion for Partial Summary Disposition is DENIED in all other respects.
February 18, 2014 - Based upon a review of the record in this proceeding, the Chief Administrative Law Judge hereby approves in all respects the Order on Review of Rules Under Minn. Stat § 14.26, of the Administrative Law Judge, dated February 12, 2014.
February 13, 2014 - The Agency has established that it has the statutory authority to adopt the proposed rules, that it followed the required rulemaking procedures and that the proposed rules are needed and reasonable.
February 12, 2014 - 1. The following rules or parts thereof are not approved:
A. Minn. R. 7861.0210, Subp. 44, Item B(15)
B. Minn. R. 7861.0285, Subp. 3, Item E(2) and 7861.0290, Subp. 4, Item F(2)
C. Minn. R. 7863.0270, Subp. 7
D. Minn. R. 7863.0270, Subp. 9
E. Minn. R. 7863.0270, Subps. 26 and 27
F. Minn. R. 7863.0270, Subp. 29, Item C
G. Minn. R. 7863.0270, Subp. 30
H. Minn. R. 7863.0270, Subps. 36, Items (F) and (G)(3)
I. Minn. R. 7864.0235, Subp. 6
J. Minn. R. 7864.0235, Subp. 33, Item C
2. All other rules or parts thereof are approved.
3. Pursuant to Minn. Stat. § 14.26, subd. 3(b), and Minn. R.1400.2300, subp. 6, the rules will be submitted to the Chief Administrative Law Judge for review.
February 07, 2014 - The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry (DLI or the Department) proposes to revise the Minnesota Residential Code, which is found in Chapter 1309 of Minnesota Rules. The Department’s regulatory purpose is to update the Minnesota Residential Code to reflect changes made to the Model International Residential Code (IRC) by the International Code Council in 2009 and 2012.