Closed Rulemaking

This page contains materials from recent, closed LSC rulemakings.  For materials from earlier rulemakings, please contact LSC.

45 CFR Part 1628 - Recipient Fund Balances

1628 Comments

45 CFR Part 1640 - Application of Federal Law to LSC Recipients

Public Comments 45 CFR 1640

45 CFR Part 1614 - Private Attorney Involvement (PAI) 

45 CFR Part 1613 - Restrictions on legal assistance with respect to criminal proceedings in tribal courts

Public Comments 45 CFR Part 1613

45 CFR Part 1626Restrictions on Legal Assistance to Aliens

LSC has updated Part 1626 to incorporate statutory changes to the scope of the Congressional restrictions.  

Public Comments 45 CFR Part 1626

National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project (NIWAP) - American University, Washington College of Law

Continuation of Public Comment

Rulemaking:  Enforcement Mechanisms

Comments received on August 7, 2012, FNPRM

Comments received on January 2012 NPRM

Rulemaking: 45 CFR Part 1609 - Fee Generating Cases

Rulemaking - Elimination of 45 CFR Part 1642—Attorneys' Fees Restriction

Potential Rulemaking - 45 CFR Part 1607

Potential Rulemaking - 45 CFR Part 1622

"Alternative Sanctions" - Revisions to 45 CFR Parts 1606 (Termination and Debarment Procedings; Recompetition) and 1623 (Suspension)

Development of 2007 Regulatory Agenda

Revisions to 45 CFR Part 1602 - Procedures for Disclosure of Information under the Freedom of Information Act

Revisions to 45 CFR Part 1626

Revision of 45 CFR Part 1621

Comments on 1621 NPRM

Revision of 45 CFR Part 1624

Comments on Part 1624 NPRM

Revision of 45 CFR Part 1626.10(a)

Revision of 45 CFR Part 1611

2005–2006 Regulatory Agenda

Comments

Rulemaking: 45 CFR Part 1609 - Fee Generating Cases

Rulemaking - "Alternative Sanctions" 2007-2008

 Removal of 45 CFR Part 1631

Selected Materials from pre-2005 Rulemakings

1996 Rulemakings

In 1996, LSC engaged in many rulemakings to implement new statutory restrictions.  The federal register notices for those materials appears on the pages for each regulation in the Regulations Publication History section of this website.  Below are the majority of the comments submitted for those rulemakings.