Getting Action: Appendix – how to learn about specific agencies’ petitioning procedures
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April 14, 2003
The federal and state constitutions and laws that provide for citizen’s petitions frequently do not specify the steps required to file a petition. Those details are left up to the individual agencies. Some agencies have issued specific instructions about what a petition should include, how to file it, and when to expect a decision. Others state only that a petition can be filed.
Harry Snyder with Carl Oshiro & Ruth Holton