Index

A

Adjudicative facts

defined, § 4.4

Adjudicatory hearings, See, Contested Cases

Administrative courts

tax court, § 2.5

Administrative hearings office, See, Office of Administrative Hearings

Administrative inspections, § 3.4.1. See also Investigative power

consent implied, § 3.4.1

warrantless inspections, § 3.4.1

Administrative law judge recommended decisions, § 11.5

agency review of, § 14.2

collateral estoppel, § 12.1

in contested cases, §§ 4.7.4, 11.5

exceptions to, § 14.1

finality doctrine, § 15.2.1

in rulemaking, §§ 20.3, 20.4, 20.5.2

Administrative law judges, §§ 4.5, 4.6, 11.3

authority, § 11.4

consolidation of contested cases, § 6.3.1

discovery, §§ 8.5.1, 8.5.2, 8.6, 8.7, 9.1

review of ruling, § 8.5.3

disqualification of, § 4.6

ethical code, § 4.5

ex parte contacts, § 4.5

hearing role, § 11.3

intervention, §§ 6.2.5, 6.2.6

motions, § 7.4.1

notice of, § 4.7.1

recommended decision of, §§ 2.5, 4.7.4, 11.5, 20.5.2

role in contested cases, § 11.3

rulemaking role, §§ 20.3, 20.4, 20.5

Administrative Law News, § 2.8

Administrative Law Reports, § 2.5

Administrative notice, § 10.4

Administrative procedure

development in Minnesota, Ch. 1

Administrative subpoena, § 3.5

Advisory rulemaking committee, § 17.1.5

Agency decisions, § 2.5, Ch. 14

administrative law judge recommended decisions, §§ 14.1, 14.2

collateral estoppel, § 12.1

declarative relief, judgment, § 15.3.4

due process, §§ 14.1, 14.2, 14.3

equitable estoppel, § 12.3

ex parte contacts, §§ 14.2, 20.4.3

exceptions to ALJ recommended decision, § 14.1

exhaustion of administrative remedies, § 15.2.2

finality doctrine, § 15.2.1

injunctive relief, § 15.3.4

judicial review, § 14.3; Chs. 15, 24

court of appeals, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(1), 15.3.3(1)

district court, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(2), 15.3.3(1)

notice of facts, § 14.2

oral argument, § 14.1

open meeting law, § 14.2

primary jurisdiction doctrine, § 15.2.3

prohibition, writ of, § 15.3.3(3)

quo warranto, writ of, § 15.3.3(4)

rehearings and reconsiderations, § 14.4

research of, § 2.5

res judicata, § 12.1

ripeness, § 15.2.4

rulemaking, Chs. 16 et seq.

scope of review, § 15.4

arbitrary and capricious, § 15.4.2(6)

bias, § 15.4.2(1)

constitutional issues, § 15.4.2(1)

error of law, § 15.4.2(4)

in excess of authority, § 15.4.2(2)

procedural violations, § 15.4.2(3)

substantial evidence, § 15.4.2(5)

standing, § 15.2.5

stare decisis, § 12.2

Aggrieved party

standing, § 15.2.5

Agriculture, rules affecting, § 17.2.3(3)

Alternative dispute resolution, § 7.3

Appeal, See, Judicial review

Arbitrary and capricious standard, § 15.4.2(6)

Ashbacker doctrine

consolidation, § 6.3.1

Attorney-client privilege, § 9.3.2(2)

Attorney General

rule review authority deleted, § 1.8

Attorney general’s opinions, § 2.6

Attorney work product, § 9.3.3

Attorneys’ fees, § 7.2.3

B

Bias, §§ 3.7, 4.6, 11.3

Bifurcation of issues, § 6.3.2

Bill of particulars, § 5.2.2

Bulletins, § 1.3

Burden of proof, § 10.3.1

C

Cameras, § 11.2.2(3)

Case-by-case rulemaking, § 16.5

Certification of motion to agency, § 7.4.1

Certiorari, writ of, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(1), 15.3.3(1)

Chief administrative law judge, §§ 4.5, 4.6, 20.5.2

Code of Federal Regulations, § 2.4

Collateral estoppel. See also Res judicata

administrative proceedings, § 12.1

agency decisions, § 12.1

judicial review, § 12.1

Commissioner of administration

publication of State Register, § 2.3.1

termination of authority to publish rules, § 2.3.2

Commissioner of finance

license fee setting, § 17.2.2(7)

Consolidation of contested cases, § 6.3.1

Contested cases, Chs. 4-15

adjudicative facts, § 4.4

administrative law judges, §§ 4.5, 4.6

agencies as parties, § 6.1

alternative dispute resolution, § 7.3

amendments to procedures, § 1.6

attorneys’ fees, § 7.2.3

bifurcation of issues, § 6.3.2

consolidation, § 6.3.1

constitutional questions, § 11.5

continuances, § 7.1.3

cross-examination, § 10.9

date and time, § 7.1.2

defaults, § 7.5.2

defined, § 4.1

discovery, Chs. 7, 8

evidence, Ch. 10

hearing, Ch. 11

right to, §§ 4.2, 4.3

informal dispositions, § 7.5

intervention, § 6.2

intervention of right, § 6.2.4

joinder, § 6.1.1

judicial review of, Ch. 15

mediation, § 7.3.4

motions, § 7.4.1

nonlawyer representation, § 7.2.2

not public data, § 13.9.3

notice, Ch. 5; § 7.2.1

official record, §§ 10.7, 11.2.2(4) 20.4.3

audio-magnetic recordings, § 11.2.2(4)

transcripts, § 11.2.2(4)

overview, § 4.7

parties to, §§ 6.1, 6.1.1

permissive intervention, § 6.2.4

prehearing conferences, §§ 7.3.1, 7.3.2

pro se representation, § 7.2.2

public versus private, § 11.2.2

record, § 11.2.2(4)

right to counsel, § 7.2

scope of review, § 15.4

settlement agreements, § 7.5.1

settlement conferences, § 7.3.3

settlement procedures, §§ 7.3.2, 7.3.3

standing, §§ 6.1, 6.1.2, 6.2.6, 15.2.5

stays, § 7.1.4

stipulations, § 7.5.1

subpoenas, § 7.4.2

venue, § 7.1.1

written testimony, § 10.8

Continuance of hearing, § 7.1.3

Corporations

attorney-client privilege, § 9.3.2(2)

self-incrimination, § 9.4

Counsel, right to, § 7.2

attorneys’ fees, § 7.2.3

limitations on, § 7.2.1

nonlawyer representation, § 7.2.2

pro se representation, § 7.2.2

Court of appeals

certiorari, writ of, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.3(1)

creation, § 1.6

exempt rules, § 20.7

jurisdiction of, § 15.3.1

mandamus, writ of, §§ 15.3.3(2), 24.3

preenforcement challenge to rules, §§ 24.3, 24.6

prohibition, writ of, § 15.3.3(3)

review of agency decisions, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(1)

scope of review, § 15.4

D

Data Practices Act, Ch. 13

accuracy and completeness of data, § 13.6

discovery, §§ 8.5.1, 9.3.4, 13.8

investigative data, § 3.8

notice of hearing, § 5.2.4

public hearings, § 11.2.2(2)

subpoenas, § 7.4.2

Tennessen warning, § 13.6

violations, § 13.8

Decisions. See Agency decisions

Declaratory relief, judgment, § 15.3.4

Default judgment, § 7.5.2

notice of hearing, § 5.3

Defects in rules, §§ 19.4, 20.5.2, 21.3.5

Delegation

by agencies in rulemaking, § 23.5

Depositions, §§ 8.5, 11.2.1

Disapproval of rules, §§ 19.4, 20.5.2, 21.3.4

Discipline, § 11.5

Discovery, Chs. 8, 9

authority for, § 8.2

constitutional issues, § 9.5

discretionary, § 8.5

due process, §§ 8.3, 8.6

government entities, § 9.3.4

interlocutory review, § 8.5.3

matter of right, § 8.4

not public data, § 13.9

prefiled testimony, § 8.5.1

privacy issues, § 9.9

privileges, §§ 8.4, 9.1, 9.3, 9.4

review of ruling, § 8.5.3

sanctions, § 8.7

scope of, § 9.2

Discretion, unbridled, §23.4

Discriminatory enforcement, § 3.6

Disqualification of administrative law judge, § 4.6

District court

certiorari, writ of, § 15.3.3(1)

mandamus, writ of, § 15.3.3(2)

prohibition, writ of, § 15.3.3(3)

quo warranto, writ of, § 15.3.3(4)

review of agency decisions, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(2)

scope of review, § 15.4

Drafting rules, §§ 17.2, 18.2

Dual notice rulemaking, § 19.3.3

created, § 1.5

Due process

agency decisions, §§ 14.1, 14.2, 14.3, 15.4.2(1)

right to counsel, § 7.2

right to hearing, §§ 4.3, 4.4

E

Entrapment, § 3.4.2

Equal Access to Justice Act, § 7.2.3

Equitable estoppel

agency decisions, § 12.3

laches, § 12.4

sovereign/proprietary distinction, §§ 12.3, 12.4

Estoppel. See Equitable estoppel or Collateral estoppel

Evidence, Ch. 10

administrative notice, § 10.4

burden of proof, § 10.3.1

cross-examination, § 10.9

exclusionary rule, §§ 10.5, 10.10

exclusiveness of record, § 10.7

hearsay, §§ 10.1, 10.2, 10.5

offer of proof, § 10.6

official notice, § 10.4

record, § 10.7

residuum rule, § 10.2

rules of evidence, § 10.1, 10.5

standard of proof, § 10.3.2

Ex parte contacts

administrative law judges, § 4.5

agency decision makers, § 14.2

in rulemaking, § 20.4.3

Exclusionary rule, §§ 10.5, 10.10

Executive orders

research, § 2.1

Exempt rules, Ch. 21

creation, § 1.8

Exhaustion of administrative remedies, §§ 15.2, 15.2.2

exceptions to, § 15.2.2

injunctive relief, § 15.3.4

standing, § 15.2.5

stays of agency proceedings, §§ 7.1.4,

8.5.3

Expedited rules, § 21.6

created, § 1.9

Extraordinary writs, § 15.3.3

See also Certiorari; Mandamus Prohibition; Quo Warranto

preenforcement challenge to rules, Ch. 24

F

Farming, rules affecting, § 17.2.3(3)

Federal Register, § 2.4

Fee setting by rulemaking, §§ 17.2.2(7), 19.3

Fifth amendment, §§ 3.4.2, 3.5, 9.4

Final argument, § 11.2.1

Finality doctrine, § 15.2.1

injunctive relief, § 15.3.4

Findings of fact

by administrative law judge, § 11.5

by agency, § 14.3

Fourth amendment, §§ 3.4.1, 3.5,10.10

G

Game and fish rules, § 1.5

Good cause exemption, § 21.2

creation, § 1.8

Gratuitous hearing, § 4.2

Guidebook to State Agency Services, § 2.2

Guidelines, §§ 1,3, 16.4.1

H

Harmless error, §§ 19.4, 20.5.2

doctrine created, § 1.5

Hearing examiner. § 1.3 See Administrative law judges

Hearings

cameras, § 11.2.2(3)

constitutional right, § 4.3

contractual right, § 4.2

date and time, § 7.1.2

due process, §§ 4.3, 4.4

entitlement to, § 4.3

intervention in, § 6.2

liberty interest, §§ 4.3, 4.4

location of, §§ 5.2.1, 7.1.1

not public data, § 13.9.3

notice, Ch. 5

property interest, §§ 4.3, 4.4

public proceeding, § 11.2.2

by statute or rule, § 4.2

venue, § 7.1.1

Hearsay evidence, §§ 10.1, 10.2, 10.5

History of Administrative Procedure Act,

Ch. 1

I

Immunity of administrative law judge, § 4.5

Impartiality of administrative law judge, §§ 4.6, 11.3

Initiation of contested case, § 4.7.1

Injunctive relief, § 15.3.4

discovery, § 8.5.3

exhaustion of administrative remedies, § 15.3.4

finality doctrine, § 15.3.4

stays of agency proceeding, § 7.1.4

Injury in fact

intervention, §§ 6.2.1, 6.2.6

Inspection of premises, § 3.4.1

Interpretative rules, §§ 16.2, 16.3, 16.3.2, 23.2.4

Interrogatories, § 8.5.1

Intervention, § 6.2

adequacy of representation, § 6.2.3

agency as representing public interest, §§ 6.2.3, 6.2.6

economic interest, §§ 6.2.3, 6.2.6

hearing, § 6.2.2

petition to intervene, §§ 6.2.1,

intervention of right, §§ 6.2.4, 6.2.5

objection to, § 6.2.2

permissive intervention, § 6.2.4

scope of, § 6.2.7

standing, §§ 6.2.1, 6.2.6

Investigative power, Ch. 3

due process requirements, §§ 3.3, 3.7

investigative hearings, § 3.4.2

investigative subpoenas, § 3.5

privileges, § 9.3.4(4)

submission of reports, § 3.4.2

warrantless inspections, § 3.4.1

Investigative subpoenas, § 3.5

J

Joinder, § 6.1.1

Judicial notice, § 10.4. See also Official notice

Judicial review, Ch. 15, Ch. 24

certiorari, writ of, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(1), 15.3.3(1)

collateral estoppel, § 12.1

of contested cases, Ch. 15

by court of appeals, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(1)

declaratory relief, judgment, §§ 15.3.4, 24.3

in district court, §§ 15.3.1, 15.3.2(2)

exempt rules, § 21.7

exhaustion of administrative remedies, § 15.2.2

finality doctrine, § 15.2.1

injunctive relief, §§ 15.3.4, 24.12

mandamus, § 15.3.3(2)

policy statements, § 16.4.1

preenforcement challenge of rules, Ch. 24

agency authority, in excess of, § 24.9

by collateral attack, § 24.12

constitutionality, § 24.8

in contested cases, § 24.12

discovery, § 24.7

parties, § 24.4

perfecting an appeal, § 24.5

petition for declaratory judgment, § 24.3

procedural violations, § 24.9

record, § 24.6

scope of review, §§ 24.10, 24.11

standing, § 24.2

procedures for obtaining, § 15.3.1

quo warranto, writ of, § 15.3.3(4)

rehearing and reconsideration by agency, § 14.4

res judicata, § 12.1

ripeness, § 15.2.4

of rules, Ch. 24

scope of review, §§ 15.4, 24.10

agency authority, in excess of, § 15.4.2(2)

arbitrary and capricious, §§ 15.4.2(6), 24.10

constitutional issues, § 15.4.2(1)

error of law, § 15.4.2(4)

in preenforcement challenge of rules, §§ 24.10, 24.11

procedural violations, § 15.4.2(3)

substantial evidence, § 15.4.2(5)

standing, §§ 15.2.5, 24.2

L

Laches, §§ 7.1.2,12.4

equitable estoppel, § 12.4

statutes of limitation, § 12.4

Law of the case, § 12.2

Laws 1975, chapter 380

effect on Minnesota Administrative Procedure Act, § 1.4

Laws 1977, chapter 443

provided for less restrictive rulemaking procedures, § 1.5

Laws 1980, chapter 615

“noncontroversial” rulemaking, § 1.5

Laws 1995, chapter 233

rulemaking procedure changed, §1.8

Legislative Auditor rulemaking report, § 1.7

Legislative Commission to Review Administrative Rules (LCRAR), Ch. 25

abolished, § 1.8

constitutionality, § 25.4

created 1974, § 1.4

suspends first rules, § 1.9

Legislative Coordinating Commission Ch 25

ex parte communications, § 25.3.2(2)

organization, § 25.2

powers, §§ 25.2, 25.3

preliminary assessment hearings, § 25.3.2(2)

public hearings, § 25.3.3

review of exemptions, § 25.5.1

rule review process, § 25.3

authority assumed, §§ 1.8, 1.9

statutory authority, § 25.2

Legislative facts, § 4.4

official notice, § 10.4

Legislative research, § 2.7

Legislative Manual, § 2.2

Legislative rules, §§ 16.2, 16.3, 23.2.2

License fee setting

commissioner of finance approval, § 17.2.2(7)

Location of hearing, § 7.1.1

Looseleaf publications

Commerce Clearing House and Prentice Hall tax looseleaf services, § 2.5

Manual of State Agency Rules, § 2.3.2

Minnesota Code of Agency Rules (MCAR), §§ 2.3.2, 18.4

Minnesota State Regulations, § 2.3.2

M

Mandamus, writ of, § 15.3.3(2)

discovery, § 8.5.3

initiation of contested cases, § 4.7.1

Mediation of disputes, §§ 7.3.2, 7.3.4, 17.1.3

Minnesota Government Data Practices Act, Ch. 13, See Data Practices Act

Minnesota Legal Register

attorney general opinions, § 2.6

Minnesota Rules, §§ 2.3.1, 18.4

Minnesota Rules Drafting Manual, §§ 2.3.3,18.2

Minnesota State Documents Center

administrative decisions, § 2.5

attorney general opinions, § 2.6

Minnesota Statutes Annotated, § 2.6

Model State Administrative Procedure Act, § 1.8

Motions, § 7.4.1

Motion in limine, §§ 7.4.1, 10.10

N

Necessary parties, § 6.1.1

Need and reasonableness of rules, Ch. 22

first adopted, § 1.4

Negotiated rulemaking, §§ 17.1.3, 19.3.2

Newsletters

Administrative Law News, § 2.5

Administrative Law Reports, § 2.5

Noncontroversial rulemaking, Ch. 19

created, § 1.5

Nonparty participation, §6.1.2

Notice, contested cases, Ch. 5

bill of particulars, motion for, § 5.2.2

continuances, § 7.1.3

default judgment, § 5.3

due process, §§ 5.1, 5.2.2, 5.2.3, 5.3

more definite statement, motion for, § 5.2.2

OAH rules?contested case

requirements, §§ 5.1, 5.2.1, 5.2.2, 5.2.3, 5.2.4, 5.3

parties, § 6.1

publication, § 5.3

timeliness, § 5.3

Notice, rulemaking, §§ 19.3.1, 20.3.2

additional notice, § 17.2.2(9)

deficiency § 1.7

notice plan, § 17.2.2(9)

strengthened, § 1.8

Notice of and order for hearing, §§ 5.2, 5.3

Notice of appearance, § 5.2.4

Notice of intent to solicit outside opinion, § 17.1.4

Nursing homes

rulemaking by commissioner of health, §§ 17.2.3(2)

O

Offer of proof, § 10.6

Office of administrative hearings, § 4.5

code of professional responsibilities, § 4.5

creation, § 1.4

contested case hearings, Ch. 11

discovery, Ch. 8

ex parte contacts, §§ 4.5, 20.4.3

hearing procedure, § 11.2.1

official notice, § 10.4

prehearing conferences, § 7.3.1

right of cross-examination, § 10.9

settlement agreements, § 7.5.1

subpoenas, § 7.4.2

substantial difference, § 22.3

written testimony, § 10.8

Office of hearing examiners. See also Office of Administrative Hearingsrenamed office of administrative hearings, § 1.7

Official notice, § 10.4, 14.2

Official record

contested cases, §§ 10.7

rulemaking, § 20.4.3

Opening statement, § 11.2.1

OSHA inspections, § 3.4.1

P

Parties to a contested case, § 6.1

Petition for adoption of rule, § 17.1.2

Petition for declaratory judgment, § 24.3

Policy statements, § 16.4.1

Policymaking

by adjudication, § 16.5

Administrative Procedure Act, § 16.4

by bulletins, § 16.4.1

as illegal rulemaking, § 16.4

inconsistency with adopted rules, § 16.4.2(2)

lack of public input, § 16.4.2(3)

policy statements, § 16.4.1

Pollution control agency

rulemaking, §§ 17.2.3(1)

Prefiled testimony, § 10.8

Prehearing conferences, § 7.3

issue identification, § 7.3.1

prehearing statement, § 7.3.1

settlement, § 7.3.2

telephone conferences, § 7.3.1

Primary jurisdiction doctrine, § 15.2.3

standing, § 15.2.5

stays, § 7.1.4

Private attorneys general

intervention, §§ 6.2.3, 6.2.7

Private hearings, § 11.2.2(2)

Privileges

contested cases, § 9.3

Pro se representation, § 7.2.2

Procedural rules, §§ 16.2, 16.3, 23.2.3

Prohibition, writ of, § 15.3.3(3)

Proprietary data, § 9.6

Prosecutorial discretion, § 3.6

Protective order, § 9.8

Public ditch proceedings

res judicata, § 12.1

Q

Quo warranto, writ of, § 15.3.3(4)

R

Reasonableness of rules, §§ 22.2, 23.7

Rehearings and reconsiderations, § 14.4

finality doctrine, § 15.2.1

Request for admissions, § 8.4

Res judicata

administrative proceedings, § 12.1

agency decisions, § 12.1

judicial review, § 12.1

public ditch proceedings, § 12.1

Research of administrative law, Ch. 2

agency decisions, § 2.5

Minnesota Rules, § 2.3

Residuum rule, § 10.2

Retroactivity of rules, § 23.6

Revisor of statutes, Ch. 18; §§ 1.5,19.4,

19.5, 20.5.3, 22.3.1

form approval, §§ 18.3, 20.3.1

Minnesota Rules, §§ 2.3, 18.4

Minnesota Rules Drafting Manual, §§ 2.3.3, 18.2

publication of rules, §§ 2.3.1, 18.4

rulemaking role created, § 1.5

Right to counsel, § 7.2

Right to hearing, §§ 4.2, 4.3

Ripeness, § 15.2.4

standing, § 15.2.5

Rulemaking, Chs. 16 et seq.

by adjudication, § 16.5

administrative law judge, §§ 20.3, 20.4

recommended decision, § 20.5.2

advisory committees, § 17.1.5

agency failure to follow APA directives, § 1.3

agency findings of fact, §§ 19.4, 20.5.3

authority for, §23.2

chief ALJ review, § 20.5.2

codification of laws governing, § 1.5

consistency in, § 1.3

constitutionality of rules, §§ 23.8, 24.8

consultation with agency staff, § 17.1.3

controversial rulemaking (with hearing), §§ 16.2, 19.2, Ch. 20; § 22.1

delegation of agency power, §§ 23.5, 24.8

docket, § 17.1.3

created, § 1.8

recommended, § 1.7

drafting, Ch. 18; §19.3

drafting aids, § 18.2

Minnesota Rules Drafting Manual, §§ 2.3.3, 18.2

ex parte communications, § 20.4.3

exempt rulemaking, § 16.2; Ch. 21

authority for adoption, § 21.2

judicial review, § 21.7

procedure, § 21.3

expedited rules, § 21.6

fee setting, § 17.2.2(7)

filing and publication, §§ 19.5, 20.5.4, 21.3.6

formal rulemaking, § 19.2; Ch. 20

with hearing. See Rulemaking, controversial rulemaking

without hearing. See Rulemaking,

noncontroversial rulemaking

good cause exemption, § 21.2

harmless error, §§ 19.4, 20.5.2

hearing, § 20.4

illegal or improper rulemaking, § 16.4

guidelines, § 16.4.1

independent hearings officers, § 1.3

informal rulemaking, § 19.2

injury-in-fact to obtain judicial review, § 24.2

judicial review, Ch. 24

Laws 1975—revisions in procedure, § 1.6

Laws 1977—less restrictive procedures, § 1.5

Laws 1980—noncontroversial§ rulemaking, § 1.5

Laws 1983—revisor of statutes responsibilities clarified, § 1.5

Laws 1995—procedure changed, § 1.8

legality, Ch. 23

Legislative Commission to Review Administrative Rules, Ch. 25

Legislative Coordinating Commission, Ch 25

license fee setting, § 17.2.2(7)

Minnesota Rules, §§ 2.3.2,18.4

need and reasonableness, §§ 22.1-4, 23.7

negotiated rulemaking, §§ 17.1.3, 19.3.2

noncontroversial rulemaking (without hearing), § 16.2; Ch. 19; § 20.1

notice and comment rulemaking, § 19.2

notice of intent to solicit outside opinion, § 17.1.4

notice plan, § 17.2.2(9)

nursing homes, § 17.2.3(2)

petition to adopt, § 17.1.2

policymaking as, § 16.4

policy statements, § 16.4.1

pollution control agency, § 17.2.3.(1)

preenforcement challenge. See Judicial review

procedural requirements, § 23.3

public participation in, §§ 17.1, 17.1.1, 17.1.3, 17.1.4, 20.2, 20.4.1(3), 20.4.2

by petition, § 17.1.2

solicitation of outside opinion, §§ 17.1.4, 20.2

publication. See State Register

quasi-legislative activity, § 1.3

reasonableness, §§ 22.1-4, 23.7

record, §§ 20.4.3, 20.5.5, 24.6, 24.12

regulatory analysis, § 17.2.2

request for comments, § 17.1.4

review for legality, Ch. 23, §§ 19.4, 20.5.2, 21.3.4

revisor of statutes; Ch. 18; §§ 19.4, 19.5, 20.5.3

drafting services, § 18.2

form approval, § 18.3

statement of need and reasonableness, §§ 17.2, 19.3, 19.4, 20.3.1, 20.4.1(1), 20.4.2; 22.1

statutory authority for; § 23.2

legislative rules, § 23.2.2

substantial difference, §§ 20.5.2, 22.3

unbridled discretion doctrine, § 23.4

with a hearing, Ch. 20

without a hearing, Ch 19

withdrawl, § 20.5.2

written comments, §§ 19.3.1, 20.5.1

Rulemaking in Minnesota: A Guide, §§ 2.3.3, 18.2

Rules, Ch. 16

definition, § 16.1

definitions under 1957 act, § 1.3

drafting, §§ 17.2, 18.2

exempt, Ch. 21

filing, §§ 2.3.1, 19.4, 20.5.4, 21.3.6

guidelines § 16.4.1

history of publication, § 2.3.2

legal effect, § 16.3.1

policy statements as, § 16.4.1

publication, § 2.3.1

research, §§ 2.3

retroactivity, §§ 16.3.5, 16.5, 23.6

substantive, § 23.2.2

types of, § 16.2

interpretative, §§ 16.2, 16.3, 16.3.2, 16.4.2, 23.2.4

legislative, §§ 16.2, 16.3, 16.4.2, 23.2.2

procedural, §§ 16.2, 16.3, 23.2.3

Rules of civil procedure, § 8.5.1

Rules of evidence, § 10.1

S

Sanctions, §§ 7.4.2, 7.5.2, 8.4, 8.7

Scope of judicial review

agency decisions, Ch. 15

arbitrary and capricious, § 15.4.2(6)

constitutional issues, §§ 15.4.2(1), 24.8

contested cases, § 15.4

error of law, § 15.4.2(4)

excess of authority, §§ 15.4.2(2), 24.9

in preenforcement challenges to rules, § 24.10

procedural violations, §§ 15.4.2(3), 24.9

rulemaking, § 24.10

substantial evidence, § 15.4.2(5)

Search and seizure, §§ 3.4, 3.5, 10.10

Secretary of state, § 2.3.2

Self-incrimination, §§ 3.5, 9.4

Selective enforcement, § 3.6

Separation of powers, § 25.4

Settlement conference, § 7.3.3

Settlements, §§ 7.3.2, 7.3.3, 7.5.1

Shepard’s Minnesota Citations, § 2.6

Standard of proof, § 10.3.2

Standards

requirement in delegation of authority, § 23.4

Standing

aggrieved party, § 15.2.5

contested case review, § 15.2.5

intervention, §§ 6.1.2, 6.2.6

public interest, § 6.2.3

rule review, § 24.2

Stare decisis

agency decisions, § 12.2

policymaking, § 16.5.1

State Administrative Rule Making, § 2.8

State ethical practices board, § 2.5

State Register

adopted rules publication, §§ 2.3.1, 18.3, 19.5, 20.5.4, 21.3.6

creation, § 1.4

official notices, § 2.3.1

proposed rules publication, §§ 2.3.1, 19.3.1, 20.3.2, 21.3.5

Statement of need and reasonableness (SONAR), §§ 17.2, 19.3, 19.4, 20.3.1, 20.4.1(1), 20.4.2; 22.1. See also Rulemaking

additional notice, § 17.2.2(9)

commissioner of finance

approval for fee setting, § 17.2.2(7)

performance based regulation, § 17.2.2(8)

pollution control agency, §§ 17.2.3(1)

research use, § 2.7

required information, § 17.2.2

Statutes of limitation

laches, § 12.4

Statutory authority for rules, § 23.2

Subpoena

agency investigative, § 3.5

in contested cases, § 7.4.2

Substantial difference, §§ 1.7, 22.5

Substantial evidence rule, §§ 10.2, 15.4.2(5)

Substantive rules, § 23.2.2

Summary disposition, § 7.4.1

Supreme Court

preenforcement challenges to rules, § 24.11

prohibition, writ of, § 15.3.3(3)

quo warranto, writ of, § 15.3.3(4)

scope of review, §§ 15.4.1, 24.11

T

Tax court

commissioner of revenue, § 2.5

decisions, § 2.5

Telephone conferences

prehearing conferences, § 7.3.1

settlement conferences, § 7.3.3

Tennessen warning, § 13.6

Trade secrets, § 9.6

Transcripts, § 11.2.2(4)

Treatises, § 2.8

U

Unauthorized practice of law, § 7.2.2

Unbridled discretion doctrine, § 23.4

V

Venue, § 5.2.1

W

Witness list, §8.4

Work product, § 9.3.3

Workers’ compensation cases, § 2.5

Workers’ compensation court of appeals, § 2.5

Written testimony, § 10.8

Writs, § 15.3.3