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Open Government Advocacy Project:
Attorney General acknowledges receipt of NJLP rulemaking petition
 

Issue Detail:

 
As reported on May 16, 2011, the New Jersey Libertarian Party submitted a \"Petition for Rulemaking\" formally requesting the New Jersey Attorney General to adopt some rules \"that genuinely and substantially address the problem of police showing favoritism to fellow officers.\" The request was made in the wake of media reports regarding police officers\' habitual failure to enforce drunk driving laws against State Trooper Sheila McKaig. After apparently misplacing our first petition, I re-sent the petition to the Attorney General on July 11, 2011. After not hearing from the Attorney General\'s office for over a month, I submitted a records request for a copy of the petition, to determine whether the Attorney General received it. Today, I received a response to my records request indicating that the Attorney General\'s office did receive our petition and that notice of it will be published in the September 19, 2011 New Jersey Register. The notice to be published is on-line here. Within a few months, the Attorney General will determine whether or not to grant our petition and will publish its decision in the New Jersey Register. The Register is on-line at http://www.lexisnexis.com/njoal/

 

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New Jersey Libertarian Party Open Government Advocacy Project: Attorney General acknowledges receipt of NJLP rulemaking petition. August 30, 2011.
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