Proposed Rule Reviews
Credit Union Department
Title 7, Part 6
The Texas Credit Union Commission (commission) provides this notice of its intent to review and consider the following chapters of Texas Administrative Code, Title 7, Part 6, in their entirety, for readoption, revision, or repeal:
Chapter 91, Subchapter D, concerning Powers of Credit Unions, consisting of §91.401, concerning Credit Union Ownership of Property, §91.402 concerning Insurance for Members, §91.403 concerning Debt Cancellation Products; Federal Parity, §91.404 concerning Purchasing Assets and Assuming Deposits and Liabilities of Another Financial Institution, §91.405 concerning Records Retention and Preservation, §91.406 concerning Credit Union Service Contracts, §91.407 concerning Electronic Notification, §91.408 concerning User Fee for Shared Electronic Terminal.
Chapter 91, Subchapter M, concerning Electronic Operations, consisting of §91.4001 concerning Authority to Conduct Electronic Operations, §91.4002 concerning Transactional Web Site Notice Requirement; and Security Review.
Chapter 91, Subchapter N, concerning Emergency or Permanent Closing of Office or Operation, consisting of §91.5001 concerning Emergency Closing, §91.5002 consisting of Effect of Closing, §91.5005 consisting of Permanent Closing of an Office.
This rule review will be conducted pursuant to Texas Government Code, §2001.039. The commission believes that the reasons for adopting the rules contained in these chapters continue to exist. The commission will accept written comments received on or before 5:00 p.m. central time on the 31st day after the date this notice is published in the Texas Register as to whether the reasons for adopting these rules continue to exist. The commission also invites comments on how to make these rules easier to understand. For example:
Does the rule organize the material to suit your needs? If not, how could the material be better organized?
Does the rule clearly state the requirements? If not, how could the rule be more clearly stated?
Does the rule contain technical language or jargon that is not clear? If so, what language requires clarification?
Would a different format (grouping and order of sections, use of headings, paragraphing) make the rule easier to understand? If so, what changes to the format would make the rule easier to understand?
Would more (but shorter) sections be better in any of the rules? If so, what sections should be changed?
Each rule will also be reviewed to determine whether it is obsolete, whether the rule reflects current legal and policy considerations, and whether the rule reflects current procedures of the Credit Union Department.
Any questions or written comments pertaining to this notice should be directed to the Credit Union Department, 914 East Anderson Lane, Austin, Texas 78752-1699, or by email to email@example.com. Any proposed amendments as a result of the review will be published in the Texas Register in compliance with Texas Government Code, Chapter 2001, and will be open for an additional 31-day public comment period prior to final adoption or repeal by the commission.
Harold E. Feeney
Credit Union Department
Filed: August 14, 2017
Title 37, Part 1
Pursuant to Government Code, §2001.039, the Texas Department of Public Safety (the department) files this notice of intent to review and consider for readoption, amendment, or repeal the following chapters in Title 37 of the Texas Administrative Code: Chapter 2 (Capitol Access Pass); Chapter 3 (Texas Highway Patrol); Chapter 8 (Capitol Complex); Chapter 9 (Public Safety Communications); Chapter 14 (School Bus Safety Standards); Chapter 15 (Driver License Rules); Chapter 16 (Commercial Driver License); Chapter 18 (Driver Education); Chapter 23 (Vehicle Inspection); Chapter 25 (Safety Responsibility Regulations); Chapter 35 (Private Security); and Chapter 37 (Sex Offender Registration).
The department will determine whether the reasons for adopting or readopting these rules continue to exist. Each rule will be reviewed to determine whether it is obsolete, whether the rule reflects current legal and policy considerations, and whether the rule reflects current procedures of the department. Any changes to these rules as a result of the rule review will be published in the Proposed Rules section of the Texas Register.
Comments relating to this rule review will be accepted for a 30-day period following publication of this notice in the Texas Register. Comments should be directed to: Susan Estringel, Office of General Counsel, Texas Department of Public Safety, P.O. Box 4087, Austin, Texas 78773-0140.
To ensure consideration, comments must clearly specify the particular section of the rule to which they apply. General comment should be labeled as such. Comments should include proposed alternative language as appropriate.
D. Phillip Adkins
Texas Department of Public Safety
Filed: August 11, 2017