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Preparing To Comment
- Select Open Discussions to see what’s open for comment
- Think about what you want to say
- What decision do you want the Commission to make?
- How will the issue affect you, your family, your job, your community?
- What's important to you?
- Are you trying to stop or delay an action, fix an error, support an issue, offer an alternative?
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- New Visitor? Return Visitor? Look for Sign Up or Sign In located in upper right-hand corner
- View Discussions, View topic(s), scroll to the bottom of the page to post your comment
- Answer question or comment on the issue in each topic, be specific, offer options & alternatives
- Please refrain from posting identical comments in any one Discussion; decisions are made based on the record and not the number of times a comment is reiterated
- We do not edit or move comments to another case should you file comments in an unrelated case.
- Duplicate entries may be deleted in consideration of others.
Comment Periods typically open on the date the Notice is issued and close at 4:30pm CT on the close date (see example: Closes 2014-05-08). Please note that the system could experience a high volume of submissions at the end of a comment period causing a delay in processing. There may be an occasion where a user is unable to access the site or application due to technical problems, thus preventing timely submissions. Comments received after 4:30pm will be considered filed on the next business day. The agency is not responsible for any document not received because of a failure in the user’s computer system or delivery mechanisms. We recommend you get your comments in early. New cases may be added daily. Public comment periods for each individual case may open and close frequently with new topics of discussion while under review.
After the comment period closes, all comments are added to the case file record located in eDockets. The Discussion listing is moved to Closed Discussions.
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