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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 10-172



Action Taken by the Commission

[40 Pa.B. 575]
[Saturday, January 23, 2010]

 The Independent Regulatory Review Commission met publicly at 10 a.m., Thursday, January 7, 2010, and announced the following:

Regulations Deemed Approved Under Section 5(g) of the Regulatory Review Act—Effective January 6, 2010:

 State Employees' Retirement Board #31-10: Termination of Annuities (deletes 4 Pa. Code § 247.6(a)

 State Employees' Retirement Board #31-8: Definitions (amends 4 Pa. Code § 241.1)

Action Taken—Regulation Approved:

 Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board #125-100: Vendor Revisions (amends 58 Pa. Code Chapters 435a and 437a)


Approval Order

Public Meeting held
January 7, 2010

Commissioners Voting: Arthur Coccodrilli, Chairperson; George D. Bedwick, Vice Chairperson, by Phone; S. David Fineman, Esq.; Silvan B. Lutkewitte, III; John F. Mizner, Esq., by Phone

Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board—
Vendor Revisions;
Regulation No. 125-100 (#2780)

 On July 30, 2009, the Independent Regulatory Review Commission (Commission) received this proposed regulation from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (Board). This rulemaking amends 58 Pa. Code Chapters 435a (relating to temporary credentials for vendors and vendor employee temporary access credentials) and 437a (relating to vendor certification and registration). The proposed regulation was published in the August 15, 2009 Pennsylvania Bulletin with a 30-day public comment period. The final-form regulation was submitted to the Commission on November 18, 2009.

 This regulation improves the clarity of the Board's existing Chapters 435a and 437a, and also reduces unnecessary filing requirements.

 We have determined this regulation is consistent with the statutory authority of the Board (4 Pa.C.S. § (b)(30)) and the intention of the General Assembly. Having considered all of the other criteria of the Regulatory Review Act, we find promulgation of this regulation is in the public interest.

By Order of the Commission:

 This regulation is approved.


[Pa.B. Doc. No. 10-172. Filed for public inspection January 22, 2010, 9:00 a.m.]

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