The mission of the Office of Regulatory Reinvention (ORR) is to simplify Michigan's regulatory environment by reducing obsolete, unnecessary, and burdensome rules that are limiting economic growth. The ORR is in charge of overseeing the administrative rulemaking process for each department in the State of Michigan.
Since April 25, 2011, the ORR has rescinded numerous obsolete and burdensome rules. This is reflected in our net rule rescinded count which is currently at -2035.
News & Updates
- Emergency Rule filed by Department of Environmental Quality, Establishment of Cleanup Criteria for 1, 4-Dioxane will remain in effect until April 27, 2016
- State's Regulatory Environment More Efficient as ORR Eliminates 2,000 Unnecessary Rules; Administrative rule rescissions allow Michigan to improve services, better protect consumers and create a regulatory environment for businesses growth
- Office of Regulatory Reinvention Issues Recommendations for Streamlining Rulemaking Process
- Office of Regulatory Reinvention Eliminates 1,500 Rules, Implements 100 Recommendations Making Regulations More Efficient