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FINAL Stateme= nt of Reasons
No changes to the= Initial Statement of Reasons (ISR) were made.&nbs= p; All content of the ISR are hereby incorporated into the Final State= ment of Reasons.
Incorporation by Reference: Federal provisions incorporated by reference in section 30195.1 contain extensive tables and procedures for ensuring surety instrument integrity making it cumbersome, duly expensive and impractical to publish the documents in the California Code of Regulations. Further, the documents are readily available from federal sources as identified in second Note to section 30195.1.
COMMENT RECEIV= ED DURING THE PERIOD PROPOSED TEXT WAS AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC.
This regulation (DP= H-06-018) was made available to the public from August 26, 2008 and ended at 5:00 p.= m. on October 24, 2008. A request = for a public hearing was not received and, thus, no public hearing was held. The written proceeding produced no comments.
The Department has
determined that, because the radiation control program must maintain
compatibility with the regulations of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, the
predecessor to the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (Health &am=
Saf. Code, § 115230), and according to the agreement, the state is to=
its "best efforts to maintain continuing compatibility between its pr=
and the program of the [United States Atomic Energy] Commission for the
regulation of like materials..." (Health & Saf. Code, § 1152=
art. V) no
IMPOSITION OF = LOCAL MANDATE
The Department has determined that the proposed regulations do not impose a lo= cal mandate.