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§§ 12002, 12095, 12096, 12097, 12098, 12099, and 12461.

45-day written comment period ends
February 13, 2023.



§ 12396

45-day written comment period ends
May 22, 2023.


Approval of Transactions

§§ 12002, 12054, 12068, 12090, 12256, 12311, 12311.2, 12312, 12313, 12316, 12322, 12324, 12326, 12328, 12330, 12332, 12560, and 12566

At the December 13, 2022 Commission
Workshop on Approval of Transactions,
the Commission directed staff to make
additional revisions to the draft text and to
bring this matter back before the Commission
for consideration at a later date.