Last week I reported that the California Secure Choice Retirement Saving Investment Board (Board) posted a Notice of Proposed Emergency Regulation Action twice, once on October 9 and again on October 12 because the October 9 proposed regulations were changed. See CalSavers Files Emergency Proposed Regulations Twice. On October 30, the Board issued yet another notice withdrawing the October 12 proposed regulations, because they were changed yet again, and issuing a new notice of filing proposed regulations with the Office of Administrative Law within five days. The public comment period for these latest proposed regulations is expected to be November 7 through November 11.
What is frustrating about this process and making following developments difficult is that the notices do not describe what was changed nor does the content of the proposed regulations. They are not redlined nor otherwise show the changes. They are not even dated. However, redlined versions can be found on the agenda for the November 6 meeting of the Board at https://www.treasurer.ca.gov/scib/meeting/index.asp.