Minnesota Rulemaking Manual and Seminar

Minnesota Rulemaking Manual and Seminar

This page provides links to the current Minnesota Rulemaking Manual and materials from the Annual Rulemaking Seminar.

A Manual for the Practitioner

The Minnesota Rulemaking Manual reflects the collective wisdom and experience of the State's rule writing community. First issued on June 17, 1996, it has been revised annually ever since. The editor draws revisions from community members’ suggestions, the previous year’s experience, and recent legislative activity.

2019 Minnesota Rulemaking Manual

24th Annual Minnesota Rulemaking Seminar
Thursday, September 26, 2019

The Interagency Rules Committee is holding its 24th Annual Minnesota Rulemaking Seminar on Thursday, September 26, at 8 a.m.

Agenda (PDF)

2019 Rulemaking Seminar Presenters

Patricia Winget, Minnesota Department of Health
Keeping Up with Change : Basic Procedure, Advanced Practices, and Revisions to the Minnesota Rulemaking Manual
Rulemaking Progress Chart (PDF)

Mike Schommer Minnesota Department of Health
Every Village Has a Story: Connecting with Your Community

Jason Kuenle, Revisor’s Office
Clarifying Your Rules: Drafting for the Whole Community (PDF)

Celeste Marin, Department of Revenue
Don’t Make a Molehill Out of a Mountain: Planning and Organizational Tips to Set Your Rulemaking Up for Success
Technology Tips and Tutorials (PDF)
Don't Make a Molehill Out of a Mountain (PDF)

Jenny Starr, Office of Administrative Hearings
A Community Greeting from Chief Judge Jenny Starr

Panel: Beth Carlson, Department of Natural Resources; Vanessa Vogl, Department of Human Services; and Jason Kuenle, Revisor’s Office
There’s More than One Way to Get There: Good Cause Exempt Rules, Permanent Expedited Rules, Obsolete Rules Repeals, and Drafting the Rulemaking Authority to Make it Happen
There’s More than One Way to Get There (PDF)
Good cause exempt samples - project webpages, order adopting rules (PDF)
Obsolete Rules Repeal Process (PDF)
Rulemaking Processes Comparison Chart (PDF)


We have made every effort to make these documents accessible. If there are any concerns, please contact the Department of Health at Cretia.Weaver@state.mn.us.

Updated Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 11:37AM