2 edition of State regulatory policies found in the catalog.
State regulatory policies
Council of State Governments.
|Series||RM -- 660., RM -- 660.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
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A Rule may supplement but not conflict with policies and regulations. In this original and innovative book, Prontera charts the EU’s shift from being a liberal 'regulatory' to a more interventionist ‘catalytic’ state.
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The regulatory policies adopted by the Board are contained in the bulletins compiled by the Department of Education or BESE. In accordance with R.S. et seq., the Administrative Procedure Act, all regulatory policies adopted by BESE are advertised as Notices of Intent and Rules in the Louisiana Register.
The Library's plans and policies inform our services, programs and initiatives and provide guidelines on practical matters such as accessing the collections, bringing food, drink or bags into the Library, copyright and photocopying.
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