MCL 333.16145, MCL 333.16148(1), MCL 333.16194, MCL 333.16201, MCL 333.16221(e)(iv)
(B), MCL 333.17060(b), and Executive Reorganization Order Nos. 1991-9, 1996-2, 2003-1, and
2011-4, MCL 338.3501, MCL 445.2001, MCL 445.2011, and MCL 445.2030.
B. Are the rules mandated by any applicable constitutional or statutory provision? If so, please
MCL 333.16194 requires the department to prescribe the expiration dates for licenses and
registrations. The rules are not mandated by any constitutional provision.
9. Please describe the extent to which the rules conflict with or duplicate similar rules,
compliance requirements, or other standards adopted at the state, regional, or federal level.
The rules do not conflict with or duplicate similar rules or regulations adopted by the state or
10. Is the subject matter of the rules currently contained in any guideline, handbook, manual,
instructional bulletin, form with instructions, or operational memoranda?
11. Are the rules listed on the department’s annual regulatory plan as rules to be processed
for the current year?
12. Will the proposed rules be promulgated under Section 44 of the Administrative Procedures
Act, 1969 PA 306, MCL 24.244, or under the full rulemaking process?
13. Please describe the extent to which the rules exceed similar regulations, compliance
requirements, or other standards adopted at the state, regional, or federal level.
The proposed rules do not exceed similar regulations, compliance requirements, or other standards
adopted at the state, regional, or federal level.
14. Do the rules incorporate the recommendations received from the public regarding any
complaints or comments regarding the rules? If yes, please explain.
15. If amending an existing rule set, please provide the date of the last evaluation of the rules
and the degree, if any, to which technology, economic conditions, or other factors have changed
the regulatory activity covered by the rules since the last evaluation.
There is a rule set currently in the promulgation process entitled 2019-135 LR Public Health Code
General Rules, which is at JCAR. The draft pertaining to this RFR will begin after 2019-135 LR
The department is implementing a new licensing system and the renewal dates for some license
and registrations have changed to the date that the initial license or registration was issued.
Executive Directive 2020-7 was signed by Governor Whitmer on July 9, 2020, requiring that the
department promulgate rules to establish implicit bias training standards for licensure, registration,
and renewal of licenses and registrations.
16. Are there any changes or developments since implementation that demonstrate there is no
continued need for the rules, or any portion of the rules?