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Agency
Department of Health Professions
 
Board
Board of Psychology
 
chapter
Regulations Governing the Practice of Psychology [18 VAC 125 ‑ 20]
 
Action:
Increase fees.
Action 48 / Stage 291
Proposed Stage  
Documents
pdf Proposed Text   7/28/1999  
pdf Agency Background Document 7/28/1999    
DPB Economic Impact Analysis coming soon  
red ball Governor's Review Memo 11/17/1999   

Status
Exempt from APA No, this stage/action is subject to article 2 of the Administrative Process Act and the standard executive branch review process.
Attorney General Review For some older stages, certification by the Attorney General was not done using the Town Hall
DPB Review Submitted on 7/19/1999
Review Completed: 8/5/1999
DPB's policy memo is "Governor's Confidential Working Papers"
Secretary Review Secretary of Health and Human Resources Review Completed: 11/17/1999
 
Governor's Review Review Completed: 11/17/1999
 
Result: Approved
 
Virginia Registrar Submitted on 11/3/1999
 
The Virginia Register of Regulations
 
Publication Date: 11/22/1999    Volume: 16  Issue: 5
Public Hearings

01/11/2000 9:00 AM

Comment Period Ended 1/21/2000
 
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Contact Information
Name / Title: Evelyn Brown  / Executive Director
Address: 6606 West Broad St.
4th Floor
Richmond, VA 23230-1717
Email Address: ebrown@dhp.state.va.us
Telephone: (804)662-9967    FAX: (804)662-9943    TDD: (804)662-7197
 
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Action 48:
Increase fees.
 
Stages associated with this regulatory action.
Stage Type Status
NOIRA   (81) Stage complete. Comment period ended 05/12/1999.
Proposed   (291) Stage complete. Comment period ended 01/21/2000.
Final   (541) Stage complete. This regulation became effective on 04/12/2000.
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