Rule 109:4-1-08 | Petitions requesting the adoption, amendment, or repeal of rules.
(A) In accordance with division (E) of section 1345.05 of the Revised Code, any person may petition the attorney general requesting the adoption, amendment, or repeal of a rule of the office of the attorney general, consumer protection section. Such petitions should be submitted in writing and in quadruplicate to the "Office of the Attorney General, Consumer Protection Section, Rhodes State Office Tower, Columbus, Ohio 43215". Upon receipt of such petitions, the attorney general shall consider such petitions on the basis of their constitutionality, legality, necessity, reasonableness and consistency with, and effect upon, existing law, other rules adopted, or proposed rules under consideration for adoption, by the office of the attorney general, consumer protection section. A petition shall contain the complete text of the proposed rule together with a statement of the basis for such rule.
(B) In accordance with division (E) of section 1345.05 of the Revised Code, the attorney general shall within sixty days of submission of a petition, either deny the petition in writing stating his reasons for the denial, or initiate rulemaking proceedings. There shall be no right of appeal from a denial of a petition.