INTERLOCUTORY REVIEW DURING RULEMAKING PROCESS WOULD NOT BE PERMITTED UNDER SEN. GRASSLEY SUBSTITUTE; SEN. HATCH SEEKS ALTERNATIVES TO JUDICIAL REVIEW
Interim judicial review of individual components of a rulemaking process would not be permitted under a substitute proposal for regulatory reform adopted by the Senate Judiciary/Administrative Oversight & Courts Subcommittee during a March 14 markup of Senate Majority Leader Dole's (R-Kan.) "Comprehensive Regulatory Reform Act" (S 343).
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