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Administrative Law

Georgia Agency Information

Georgia Agency Rulemaking

Georgia's rulemaking process is similar to that of the federal government, but contains some important differences. Final rules are filed with the Secretary of State, who publishes them in the Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia.

In addition to the final rules and regulations compiled and made available by the Secretary of State, many agencies maintain websites containing their final and proposed regulations, as well as instructions on how to submit comments on pending regulations. Although not exhaustive, a list of several such agency sites is below.

Georgia Administrative Decisions

Georgia Executive Materials

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