For years, Tennessee administrative agencies have been making policy across state government. New legislation from the General Assembly, however, aims to force policymakers into the byzantine, and more publicly scrutinized, world of rulemaking under the Uniform Administrative Procedures Act. What implications does this have for state officials and private parties regulated by state agencies?
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