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Introduced Version - Originating in Committee Senate Bill 586 History

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WEST virginia legislature

2016 regular session

Originating

Senate Bill 586

By Senators Trump, Maynard, Ferns, Carmichael, Cline, Karnes, Gaunch, Leonhardt, Ashley, Snyder, Palumbo, Beach, Miller, Kirkendoll, Romano, Woelfel and Williams

[Originating in the Committee on the Judiciary; Reported on February 11, 2016.]

A BILL to amend the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, by adding thereto a new article, designated §64-12-1 and §64-12-2, all relating generally to repealing certain legislative, procedural or interpretive rules promulgated by certain agencies, commissions and boards which are no longer authorized or are obsolete; repealing certain legislative rules by certain agencies and commissions under the Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety; repealing the Division of Corrections legislative rule relating to a furlough program for adult inmates; repealing the Division of Corrections legislative rule relating to employment of displaced correctional employees; repealing the Division of Corrections legislative rule relating to parole supervision; repealing the Division of Corrections legislative rule relating to recording of inmate phone calls; repealing the Division of Corrections legislative rule relating to monitoring inmate mail; repealing the Division of Corrections interpretive rule relating to charges assessed against inmates for services provided by state medical co-payment; repealing the Division of Corrections procedural rule relating to inmate grievance procedures; and repealing the Jails and Prison Standards Commission legislative rule relating to minimum standards for construction, operation and management of holding facilities.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:


That the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended, be amended by adding thereto a new article, designated §64-12-1 and §64-12-2, all to read as follows:

article 12. Repeal of unauthorized and obsolete legislative rules by department of military affairs and public safety.


§64-12-1. Division of Corrections.

(a) The legislative rule effective  on May 22, 1995, authorized under the authority of section thirteen, article one, chapter twenty-five of this code, relating to the Division of Corrections (furlough program for adult inmates, 90 CSR 3), is repealed.

 (b) The legislative rule effective on May 22, 1995, authorized under the authority of section twenty-one, article one, chapter twenty-five of this code, relating to the Division of Corrections (employment of displaced correctional employees, 90 CSR 4), is repealed.

(c) The legislative rule effective on April 1, 2007, authorized under the authority of section two, article thirteen, chapter sixty-two of this code, relating to the Division of Corrections (parole supervision, 90 CSR 2), is repealed.

 (d) The legislative rule effective on April 5, 2010, authorized under the authority of section seventeen, article one, chapter twenty-five of this code, relating to the Division of Corrections (recording of inmate phone calls, 90 CSR 5), is repealed.

(e) The legislative rule effective on April 5, 2010, authorized under the authority of section eighteen, article one, chapter twenty-five of this code, relating to the Division of Corrections (monitoring inmate mail, 90 CSR 7), is repealed.

(f) The interpretive rule effective on March 8, 1999, authorized under the authority of section twenty-one, article one, chapter twenty-five of this code, relating to the Division of Corrections (charges assessed against inmates for services provided by state medical co-payment, 90 CSR 6), is repealed.

(g) The procedural rule effective on January 1, 2014, authorized under the authority of section two, article one-a, chapter twenty-five of this code, relating to the Division of Corrections (inmate grievance procedures, 90 CSR 9), is repealed.


§64-12-2. Jails and Prison Standards Commission.

(a) The legislative rule effective on November 2, 1993, authorized under the authority of section nine, article twenty, chapter thirty-one of this code, relating to the Jails and Prison Standards Commission (minimum standards for construction, operation and management of holding facilities, 95 CSR 3), is repealed.

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