Matters for Comment
LSC seeks public comments on a variety of proposals affecting LSC grants and operations. The public can submit comments to LSC regarding any Open Comment Period items. For items with closed comment periods, please see the Closed Comment Period page.
The Rulemaking section of Laws, Regulations & Guidance contains information about open and closed LSC rulemakings (changes to the LSC Regulations).
|LSC will post comments at www.lsc.gov. Personally identifiable information may be redacted upon request and LSC may redact third-party personal information. Comments are also subject to FOIA disclosure without redaction.|
LSC Grant Assurances
LSC seeks public comments on the Proposed Grant Assurances for calendar-year 2017 Basic Field Grants.
Written comments on the Proposed 2017 Grant Assurances are due by May 5, 2016.
- Proposed 2017 Grant Assurances in redline format, highlighting proposed revisions from the 2016 Grant Assurances
- Federal Register (April 5, 2016) | Notice of Proposed Revisions for the LSC Grant Assurances for Calendar Year 2017 Basic Field Grants, with instructions for submitting comments and additional information.
Agricultural-Worker Population Estimate Update for Basic Field—Migrant Grants; Michigan Estimates
LSC is considering adoption of new estimates of the LSC-eligible agricultural worker population for distribution of basic field grants between general population grants and agricultural worker grants (migrant grants). Prior materials and comments (for which comment periods have ended) are posted on the Agricultural Worker Population Estimate page.
On April 4, 2016, LSC published in the Federal Register a notice for comment on alternative estimates of the LSC-eligible agricultural worker population in Michigan. Information about these estimates and how to comment appears in the notice. Comments are due by May 19, 2016.
- Federal Register (April 4, 2016) | LSC—Agricultural Worker Population Estimates for Basic Field-Migrant Grants; Michigan Alternatives, with instructions for submitting comments and additional information.
- Agricultural-Worker Population Estimates Update Process, including prior materials, comments, and the alternative estimates for Michigan submitted by the Michigan Advocacy Project.