- 1 What is the purpose of sunset review?
- 2 What is the Texas Sunset Act?
- 3 What is the Sunset Commission delegated authority to do?
- 4 What is trec sunset review?
- 5 What is sunset legislation and how does it work?
- 6 What is a sunset act?
- 7 What is an example of a sunset law?
- 8 What was eliminated as a result of TREC’s sunset review?
- 9 Can Congress create agencies?
- 10 How does Congress defer authority to and exert power over the executive branch bureaucracy?
What is the purpose of sunset review?
A sunset review is an evaluation of the need for the continued existence of a program or an agency. It allows for an assessment of the effectiveness and performance of the program or agency.
What is the Texas Sunset Act?
In Texas, the Sunset process works by setting an expiration (Sunset) date in law for state agencies. An agency will automatically be abolished on its Sunset date unless the Legislature passes a bill to continue it, typically for another 12 years.
About the Sunset Commission
Sunset works by setting a date on which an agency is abolished unless the Legislature passes a bill to continue it. The Commission considers the recommendations, hears public testimony, and decides on a package of changes to bring to the full Legislature.
What is trec sunset review?
The Sunset Review of the Texas Real Estate Commission and Texas Appraiser Licensing & Certification Board. Based on the recommendations of the Sunset Commission, the Texas Legislature ultimately decides whether an agency continues to operate into the future.
What is sunset legislation and how does it work?
In public policy, a sunset provision or sunset clause is a measure within a statute, regulation or other law that provides that the law shall cease to have effect after a specific date, unless further legislative action is taken to extend the law.
What is a sunset act?
Sunset law, also called sunset provision, a legal provision that provides for the automatic termination of a government program, agency, or law on a certain date unless the legislature affirmatively acts to renew it.
What is an example of a sunset law?
For example, a state law creating and funding a new drug rehabilitation program within state prisons may provide that the program will shut down in two years unless it is reviewed and approved by the state legislature.
What was eliminated as a result of TREC’s sunset review?
A 2015 Sunset bill eliminated unneeded state regulation of eight low-risk health regulatory programs, and transferred 13 occupational licensing programs to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation and four to the Texas Medical Board to improve their efficiency and effectiveness.
Can Congress create agencies?
Executive Branch Agencies
Congress may use its Article I lawmaking powers to create federal agencies and individual offices within those agencies, design agencies‘ basic structures and operations, and prescribe, subject to certain constitutional limitations, how those holding agency offices are appointed and removed.
Congress can also exert substantial control over administrative agencies by prescribing the procedures agencies must employ when exercising delegated powers. The Administrative Procedure Act (APA),87 enacted in 1946, is perhaps the most prominent federal administrative procedure statute.