Small Business Bill of Rights
HB2260: Small Business Bill of Rights, Laws 2014, requires a small business bill of rights to be posted on each regulatory agency’s website and given to each business prior to any regulatory enforcement.
The small business bill of rights contains pertinent facts as noted in the statutes and agency rules, including the process and contact employees for a business person to file a complaint against an agency. Title 41, Chapter 6, Arizona Revised Statutes (A.R.S.), the Administrative Procedure Act, provides guidance so all state agencies function consistently, fairly and openly. Further, A.R.S.§ 41-1001.01 outlines the rights of small businesses and specifies the information and notice requirements for all licenses, fees, inspections, rulemaking and written comments to which small businesses are entitled.
- AZGFD Small Business Bill of Rights
- HB2250: Small Business Bill of Rights Applicable Laws and Rules
- Petition for Hearing before Arizona Game & Fish Commission; Rule 611
Right to Earn a Living Act
SB 1437: Right to Earn a Living Act, Laws 2017, requires state agencies to post A.R.S. 41-1033 on each regulatory agency’s website.
The Act provides an additional avenue for a person to petition the Governor’s Regulatory Review Council to include the review a final rule based on the belief that the final rule was not made in compliance with rulemaking procedures and limits occupational regulations to only those deemed necessary to meet public health, safety, or welfare objectives.