(1) Before submitting any proposed rules relating to auctioneers or auction companies
or to the board to the legislative council staff under s. 227.15, the department shall submit the proposed rules to the board for comment. The board shall have 30 days to submit comments on the proposed rules to the secretary.
(2) When promulgating emergency rules under s. 227.24, the department shall provide a copy of the rules to the board prior to publication
of the rules in the official state newspaper.
(3) The chairperson of the board, or his or her designee from the board, may cochair
with the secretary, or the secretary's designee, any public hearing held by the department
on proposed rules relating to auctioneers or auction companies or to the board.
(4) The department shall submit to the board a copy of the report required under s. 227.19(2) on any proposed final rules relating to auctioneers or auction companies or to the
board. The board may prepare a dissenting report stating its recommendations on the proposed
final rules. Any dissenting report shall be prepared within 10 days from the date of receipt
of the department's report, attached to the department's report and sent to the presiding
officer of each house of the legislature and distributed under s. 227.19(2). The department shall publish a statement to appear in the Wisconsin administrative
register indicating that a dissenting report of the board has been submitted to the
presiding officer of each house of the legislature.
(5) The department shall provide staff to assist the board in the review of administrative
rules and preparation of comments or dissenting reports.
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