Posted By Tove Klovning on February 3, 2012
When dealing with regulatory topics, and when your time is of essence, you may want to consult both the Federal Register and the agency’s website to learn more about recent regulatory developments.
Here is why:
The agency’s web site may list an upcoming final rule on its website before the final rule gets published in the Federal Register. For example, “Giant constrictors have a huge impact on the complex food web of the Everglades,” see Cutis Morgan, Pytons Feasting in Everglades, STL Post Dispatch on 01/31/2012 at A4.
Is the government responding to this problem at all? A quick search in FDSys’s Federal Register’s leads you to 77 FR 3330 This final rule was published on 1/23/2012. However, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service mentioned this forth coming final rule on its website as early as 1/19/2012, five days before the rule was published in the Federal Register.
The research itself does not take long time. Only two steps.
- Check the Agency web site
- Check the Federal Register
Mark Kloempken and Tove Klovning