[Federal Register Volume 78, Number 209 (Tuesday, October 29, 2013)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 64397-64402]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2013-25575]


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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement

30 CFR Part 924

[SATS No. MS-023-FOR; Docket No. OSM-2012-0018; 
S1D1SSS08011000SX066A00067F134S180110; 
S2D2SSS08011000SX066A00033F13XS501520]


Mississippi Regulatory Program

AGENCY: Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Interior.

ACTION: Final rule; approval of amendment.

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SUMMARY: We, the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement 
(OSM), are approving an amendment to the Mississippi regulatory program 
(Mississippi Program) under the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation 
Act of 1977 (SMCRA or the Act). Mississippi proposed revisions to its 
regulations regarding: definitions; identification of interests; lands 
eligible for remining; permit eligibility determination; review of 
permit applications; eligibility for provisionally issued permits; 
criteria for permit approval or denial; initial review and finding 
requirements for improvidently issued permits; notice requirements for 
improvidently issued permits; suspension or rescission requirements for 
improvidently issued permits; unanticipated events or conditions at 
remining sites; verification of ownership or control application 
information; who may challenge ownership or control listings and 
findings; how to challenge an ownership or control listing or finding; 
burden of proof for ownership or control challenges; written agency 
decision on challenges to ownership or control listings or findings; 
post-permit issuance requirements for regulatory authorities and other 
actions based on

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ownership, control, and violation information; post-permit issuance 
requirements for permittees; backfilling and grading: previously mined 
areas; and alternative enforcement. Mississippi intends to revise its 
program to be no less effective than corresponding Federal regulations, 
to clarify ambiguities, and to improve operational efficiency.

DATES: Effective Date: October 29, 2013.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Sherry Wilson, Director, Birmingham 
Field Office. Telephone: (205) 290-7282 Email: swilson@osmre.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

I. Background on the Mississippi Program
II. Submission of the Amendment
III. OSM's Findings
IV. Summary and Disposition of Comments
V. OSM's Decision
VI. Procedural Determinations

I. Background on the Mississippi Program

    Section 503(a) of the Act permits a State to assume primacy for the 
regulation of surface coal mining and reclamation operations on non-
Federal and non-Indian lands within its borders by demonstrating that 
its program includes, among other things, ``. . . a State law which 
provides for the regulation of surface coal mining and reclamation 
operations in accordance with the requirements of this Act . . .; and 
rules and regulations consistent with regulations issued by the 
Secretary pursuant to this Act.'' See 30 U.S.C. 1253(a)(1) and (7). On 
the basis of these criteria, the Secretary of the Interior 
conditionally approved the Mississippi program effective September 4, 
1980. You can find background information on the Mississippi program, 
including the Secretary's findings, the disposition of comments, and 
the conditions of approval of the Mississippi program in the September 
4, 1980, Federal Register (45 FR 58520). You can also find later 
actions concerning the Mississippi program and program amendments at 30 
CFR 924.10, 924.15, 924.16, and 924.17.

II. Submission of the Amendment

    By email dated July 26, 2012 (Administrative Record No. MS-0423), 
the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (Mississippi or the 
Department) sent us an amendment to its program under SMCRA (30 U.S.C. 
1201 et seq.). Mississippi submitted the proposed amendment in response 
to a September 30, 2009, letter (Administrative Record No. MS-0420-02) 
that OSM sent to Mississippi in accordance with 30 CFR 732.17(c), 
concerning multiple changes to ownership and control requirements. 
Mississippi also made additional changes to its regulations on its own 
initiative. The specific sections in the Mississippi program are 
discussed in Part III OSM's Findings. Mississippi intends to revise its 
program to be no less effective than the Federal regulations, to 
clarify ambiguities, and to improve operational efficiency.
    We announced receipt of the proposed amendment in the September 19, 
2012, Federal Register (23 FR 58056). In the same document, we opened 
the public comment period and provided an opportunity for a public 
hearing or meeting on the adequacy of the amendment. We did not hold a 
public hearing or meeting because none were requested one. The public 
comment period ended on October 19, 2012. We did not receive any public 
comments.
    By email dated March 4, 2013 (Administrative Record No. MS-0423-
03), Mississippi requested that we suspend processing of their proposed 
amendment while they made some administrative corrections to their 
submission. Mississippi submitted their administratively revised 
proposed rule by email dated June 28, 2013 (Administrative Record No. 
MS-0423-04). We did not reopen the comment period for the additional 
changes because they were entirely administrative in nature and did not 
substantively affect the Mississippi Program.

III. OSM's Findings

    We are approving the amendment as described below. The following 
are the findings we made concerning the amendment under SMCRA and the 
Federal regulations at 30 CFR 732.15 and 732.17. We are also approving 
the administrative changes made by Mississippi throughout their 
proposed rule, which primarily consisted of changing the word 
``chapter'' to ``rule'' and ``subpart'' to ``chapter.'' Statutory 
references were added at the end of each chapter and rule. Any 
revisions that we do not specifically discuss below concerning non-
substantive wording or editorial changes can be found in the full text 
of the program amendment available at www.regulations.gov.

A. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  105. Definitions

    Mississippi proposed to add new definitions for ``Previously Mined 
Area'' and ``Violation''; and revised the definitions for ``Applicant 
Violator System or AVS''; ``Knowing or Knowingly''; ``Slope''; and 
``Willfully.'' Mississippi's new definitions and revised definitions 
are substantively the same as counterpart Federal regulations at 30 CFR 
701.5. Mississippi also corrected a reference to a regulatory citation 
within its definition of ``Ownership or Control Link,'' which has no 
Federal counterpart. Revision of this previously approved definition 
does not make Mississippi's program less effective than the Federal 
regulation. Therefore, we approve Mississippi's new and revised 
definitions.

B. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  2305. 
Identification of Interests

    Mississippi proposed to add additional language clarifying the 
requirements for information to be included in a permit application 
concerning the identification of interests for the applicant and 
operator and for the entry of the applicant's information into the 
Applicant Violator System (AVS). We find that Mississippi's new 
language is substantively the same as counterpart Federal regulations 
at 30 CFR 778.8, 778.9, and 778.11. Therefore, we approve Mississippi's 
revisions.

C. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  2902. Lands 
Eligible for Remining

    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  2902 regarding lands eligible 
for remining. The regulation requires that any person who submits a 
permit application to conduct a surface coal mining operation on lands 
eligible for remining must comply with all the requirements of the 
regulations; including the permitting requirements of Sec.  3130, which 
concerns unanticipated events or conditions at remining sites. We find 
that Mississippi's new regulation is substantively the same as the 
counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 785.25. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's new regulation.

D. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  3102. Permit 
Eligibility Determination; Sec.  3112. Review of Permit Applications; 
Sec.  3113. Eligibility for Provisionally Issued Permits; and Sec.  
3115. Criteria for Permit Approval or Denial

    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  3102 which explains the roles 
and responsibilities of the Department and the Permit Board on whether 
the applicant is eligible to receive a permit. We find that 
Mississippi's new regulation is substantively the same as the 
counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.12. Therefore, we are 
approving Mississippi's new regulation.

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    Mississippi proposed renumbering Sec.  3113 Review of Permit 
Applications, to Sec.  3112 Review of Permit Applications. This change 
allows Mississippi's regulations to remain in compliance with other 
portions of its regulations. We find that these revisions make 
Mississippi's regulations no less effective than the Federal 
regulations. Therefore, we approve Mississippi's revision.
    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  3113 regarding the 
applicant's eligibility for a provisionally issued permit. This applies 
to any applicant that applies for a permit or who owns or controls a 
surface coal mining and reclamation operation with outstanding permit 
violations. We find that Mississippi's new regulation is substantively 
the same as the counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.14. 
Therefore, we approve Mississippi's new regulation.
    Mississippi proposed to revise its citations in Sec.  3115(m) to 
require compliance with new Sec.  3102(d) regarding update of 
compliance information prior to permit issuance. Mississippi added new 
paragraphs (n) and (o) to clarify the requirements regarding permit 
approval criteria for proposed remining operations. We find that 
Mississippi's revised citations and new paragraphs (n) and (o) are 
substantively the same as counterpart Federal regulations at 30 CFR 
773.15(k)(1) and (m)(i), (ii), and (iii). Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's revisions.

E. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations. Sec.  3127. Initial 
Review and Finding Requirements for Improvidently Issued Permits; Sec.  
3128. Notice Requirements for Improvidently Issued Permits; and Sec.  
3129. Suspension or Rescission Requirements for Improvidently Issued 
Permits

    Mississippi proposed to delete old language in Sec.  3127 regarding 
general procedures for improvidently issued permits. Mississippi 
replaced its old language with new language regarding what the Permit 
Board must do when it has reason to believe that a permit has been 
improvidently issued. The revision describes the written permit 
findings the Permit Board must make regarding improvidently issued 
permits and how a permittee can challenge those findings. We find that 
Mississippi's newly added language is substantively the same as the 
counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.21. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's revisions.
    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  3128 regarding the 
responsibilities of the Department in serving the notice of suspension 
or rescission of improvidently issued permits. We find that 
Mississippi's new regulation is substantively the same as the 
counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.22. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's new regulation.
    Mississippi proposed to delete old language in Sec.  3129 regarding 
revocation or suspension procedures for improvidently issued permits. 
Mississippi replaced this old language with new language regarding the 
Permit Board's responsibilities for: (1) Suspension or rescission of 
improvidently issued permits; (2) evaluation of permittee evidence; (3) 
administrative review of the findings; and (4) terms of the notice of 
cessation of operations. We find that Mississippi's revisions are 
substantively the same as counterpart Federal regulations at 30 CFR 
773.21 and 773.23. Therefore, we approve Mississippi's revisions.

F. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  3130. 
Unanticipated Events or Conditions at Remining Sites

    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  3130 regarding an applicant's 
eligibility for a permit if he has on record an unabated violation 
resulting from unanticipated events or conditions at an existing or 
past permit on lands eligible for remining. We find that Mississippi's 
new regulation is substantively the same as the counterpart Federal 
regulation at 30 CFR 773.13. Therefore, we approve Mississippi's new 
regulation.

G. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  3131. Verification 
of Ownership or Control Application Information

    Mississippi proposed revisions to Sec.  3131 regarding what 
Mississippi must do when it receives an application and it appears that 
neither the applicant nor the operator has any mining experience. 
Specifically, it requires the Department to investigate to determine 
whether there may be additional owners or controllers. If additional 
owners or controllers are identified, Mississippi requires such persons 
to disclose their identity and make certifications, and requires their 
identification information be entered into AVS. We find that these 
revisions allow Mississippi to fully meet the Federal requirements of 
30 CFR 773.10 and 773.11 regarding review of permit history and review 
of compliance history, thereby making Mississippi's regulation no less 
effective than the Federal regulations. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's revisions.

H. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  3133. Who May 
Challenge Ownership or Control Listings and Findings; Sec.  3135. How 
To Challenge an Ownership or Control Listing or Finding; Sec.  3136. 
Burden of Proof for Ownership or Control Challenges; and Sec.  3137. 
Written Agency Decision on Challenges to Ownership or Control Listings 
or Findings

    Mississippi proposed to delete old language in Sec.  3133 regarding 
the review of ownership or control and violation information and add 
new language regarding who may challenge an ownership or control 
listing or finding. We find that the new language is substantively the 
same as the counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.25. Therefore, 
we approve Mississippi's revisions.
    Mississippi proposed to delete old language in Sec.  3135 regarding 
procedures for challenging ownership or control listings or findings, 
and replaced it with new language regarding how to challenge an 
ownership or control listing or finding. It explains that to challenge 
an ownership or control listing or finding, the person making the 
challenge must submit a written explanation of the basis for the 
challenge, along with evidence or explanatory material that a person 
wishes to provide. We find that this new language is substantively the 
same as the counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.26. Therefore, 
we approve Mississippi's revisions.
    Mississippi proposed to delete old language in Sec.  3136 regarding 
written agency decisions on challenges to ownership or control listings 
or findings and replaced it with new language regarding the burden of 
proof for ownership or control challenges. This applies to anyone who 
challenges a listing of ownership or control, or a finding of ownership 
or control made under Sec.  3138(g). It requires anyone who challenges 
an ownership or control listing or finding to prove by a preponderance 
of evidence that they either do not or did not own or control the 
relevant portion of a surface coal mining operation. We find that 
Mississippi's new language is substantively the same as the counterpart 
Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.27. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's revisions.
    Mississippi proposed to delete old language in Sec.  3137 regarding 
standards for challenging ownership or control links and the status of 
violations, and replaced it with new language regarding written agency 
decisions on challenges to ownership or control listings or

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findings. Mississippi explains that the Permit Board will promptly 
provide the person making the challenge with a copy of its decision by 
any means consistent with the rules governing services of summons and 
complaints under Rule 4 of the Mississippi Rule of Civil Procedures. We 
find that this new language is substantively the same as the 
counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 773.28. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's revisions.

I. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  3138. Post-Permit 
Issuance Requirements for Regulatory Authorities and Other Actions 
Based on Ownership, Control, and Violation Information

    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  3138 regarding the 
Department's responsibilities after permit issuance related to 
ownership, control, and violation information. It also allows the 
permittee to request a preliminary hearing related to such actions. We 
find that Mississippi's new section is substantively the same as the 
counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 774.11. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's new regulation.

J. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  3139. Post-Permit 
Issuance Requirements for Permittees

    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  3139 regarding the 
responsibilities of permittees for providing information following a 
cessation order after a permit has been issued. We find that 
Mississippi's new section is substantively the same as the counterpart 
Federal regulation at 30 CFR 774.12. Therefore, we are approving 
Mississippi's new regulation.

K. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Sec.  5396. Backfilling 
and Grading: Previously Mined Areas

    Mississippi proposed to add new Sec.  5396 regarding backfilling 
and grading requirements on previously mined areas with preexisting 
highwalls. The regulation states that the requirements of Sec.  
5391(a)(1) and (2) requiring elimination of highwalls will not apply to 
remining operations where the volume of all reasonably available spoil 
is insufficient to completely backfill the highwall. Instead, the 
highwall is to be backfilled to the maximum extent practical in 
accordance with a set of criteria articulated in the regulation. We 
find that Mississippi's new section is substantively the same as the 
counterpart Federal regulation at 30 CFR 816.106. Therefore, we approve 
Mississippi's new regulation.

L. Mississippi Surface Coal Mining Regulations Chapter 73. Alternative 
Enforcement

    Mississippi proposed to add a new chapter to its regulations 
regarding alternative enforcement that provides for criminal penalties 
and civil actions to compel compliance with provisions of the Act by 
adding Sec.  7301 Scope, Sec.  7303 General Provisions, Sec.  7305 
Criminal Penalties, and Sec.  7307 Civil Actions for Relief. We find 
that Mississippi's new Chapter 73 Alternative Enforcement is 
substantively the same as counterpart Federal regulations at 30 CFR 
Part 847. Therefore, we approve Mississippi's new Chapter 73.

IV. Summary and Disposition of Comments

Public Comments

    We asked for public comments on the amendments, but did not receive 
any.

Federal Agency Comments

    On August 1, 2012, under 30 CFR 732.17(h)(11)(i) and section 503(b) 
of SMCRA, we requested comments on the amendments from various Federal 
agencies with an actual or potential interest in the Mississippi 
program (Administrative Record No. MS-0423-01). We did not receive any 
comments.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Concurrence and Comments

    Under 30 CFR 732.17(h)(11)(ii), we are required to get a written 
concurrence from the EPA for those provisions of the program amendments 
that relate to air or water quality standards issued under the 
authority of the Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq.) or the Clean 
Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7401 et seq.). None of the revisions that 
Mississippi proposed to make in these amendments pertained to air or 
water quality standards. Therefore, we did not ask EPA to concur on the 
amendments. However, on August 1, 2012, under 30 CFR 732.17(h)(11)(i), 
we requested comments on the amendments from the EPA (Administrative 
Record No. MS-0423-01). The EPA did not respond to our request.

State Historical Preservation Officer (SHPO) and the Advisory Council 
on Historic Preservation (ACHP)

    Under 30 CFR 732.17(h)(4), we are required to request comments from 
the SHPO and ACHP on amendments that may have an effect on historic 
properties. On August 1, 2012, we requested comments on Mississippi's 
amendments (Administrative Record No. MS-0423-01), but neither the SHPO 
nor ACHP responded to our request.

V. OSM's Decision

    Based on the above findings, we approve the amendments Mississippi 
sent us on July 26, 2012, as revised June 28, 2013.
    To implement this decision, we are amending the Federal regulations 
at 30 CFR Part 924 that codify decisions concerning the Mississippi 
program. We find that good cause exists under 5 U.S.C. 553(d)(3) to 
make this final rule effective immediately. Section 503(a) of SMCRA 
requires that the State's program demonstrate that the State has the 
capability of carrying out the provisions of the Act and meeting its 
purposes. Making this rule effective immediately will expedite that 
process. SMCRA requires consistency of State and Federal standards.

VI. Procedural Determinations

Executive Order 12630--Takings

    This rule does not have takings implications. This determination is 
based on the analysis performed for the counterpart Federal regulation.

Executive Order 12866--Regulatory Planning and Review

    This rule is exempted from review by the Office of Management and 
Budget (OMB) under Executive Order 12866.

Executive Order 12988--Civil Justice Reform

    The Department of the Interior has conducted the reviews required 
by section 3 of Executive Order 12988 and has determined that this rule 
meets the applicable standards of sections (a) and (b) of that section. 
However, these standards are not applicable to the actual language of 
State regulatory programs and program amendments because each program 
is drafted and promulgated by a specific State, not by OSM. Under 
sections 503 and 505 of SMCRA (30 U.S.C. 1253 and 1255) and the Federal 
regulations at 30 CFR 730.11, 732.15, and 732.17(h)(10) decisions on 
proposed State regulatory programs and program amendments submitted by 
the States must be based solely on a determination of whether the 
submittal is consistent with SMCRA and its implementing Federal 
regulations and whether the other requirements of 30 CFR Parts 730, 
731, and 732 have been met.

Executive Order 13132--Federalism

    This rule does not have Federalism implications. SMCRA delineates 
the roles of the Federal and State governments with regard to the

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regulation of surface coal mining and reclamation operations. One of 
the purposes of SMCRA is to ``establish a nationwide program to protect 
society and the environment from the adverse effects of surface coal 
mining operations.'' Section 503(a)(1) of SMCRA requires that State 
laws regulating surface coal mining and reclamation operations be ``in 
accordance with'' the requirements of SMCRA, and section 503(a)(7) 
requires that State programs contain rules and regulations ``consistent 
with'' regulations issued by the Secretary pursuant to SMCRA.

Executive Order 13175--Consultation and Coordination With Indian Tribal 
Governments

    In accordance with Executive Order 13175, we have evaluated the 
potential effects of this rule on federally recognized Indian tribes 
and have determined that the rule does not have substantial direct 
effects on one or more Indian tribes, on the relationship between the 
Federal Government and Indian tribes, or on the distribution of power 
and responsibilities between the Federal Government and Indian tribes. 
This determination is based on the fact that the Mississippi program 
does not regulate coal exploration and surface coal mining and 
reclamation operations on Indian lands. Therefore, the Mississippi 
program has no effect on federally recognized Indian tribes.

Executive Order 13211--Regulations That Significantly Affect the 
Supply, Distribution, or Use of Energy

    On May 18, 2001, the President issued Executive Order 13211 which 
requires agencies to prepare a Statement of Energy Effects for a rule 
that is (1) considered significant under Executive Order 12866, and (2) 
likely to have a significant adverse effect on the supply, 
distribution, or use of energy. Because this rule is exempt from review 
under Executive Order 12866 and is not expected to have a significant 
adverse effect on the supply, distribution, or use of energy, a 
Statement of Energy Effects is not required.

National Environmental Policy Act

    This rule does not require an environmental impact statement 
because section 702(d) of SMCRA (30 U.S.C. 1292(d)) provides that 
agency decisions on proposed State regulatory program provisions do not 
constitute major Federal actions within the meaning of section 
102(2)(C) of the National Environmental Policy Act (42 U.S.C. 
4332(2)(C)).

Paperwork Reduction Act

    This rule does not contain information collection requirements that 
require approval by OMB under the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 
3507 et seq.).

Regulatory Flexibility Act

    The Department of the Interior certifies that this rule will not 
have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small 
entities under the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.). 
The State submittal, which is the subject of this rule, is based upon 
counterpart Federal regulations for which an economic analysis was 
prepared and certification made that such regulations would not have a 
significant economic effect upon a substantial number of small 
entities. In making the determination as to whether this rule would 
have a significant economic impact, the Department relied upon the data 
and assumptions for the counterpart Federal regulations.

Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act

    This rule is not a major rule under 5 U.S.C. 804(2), the Small 
Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act. This rule: (a) Does not 
have an annual effect on the economy of $100 million; (b) Will not 
cause a major increase in costs or prices for consumers, individual 
industries, Federal, State, or local government agencies, or geographic 
regions; and (c) Does not have significant adverse effects on 
competition, employment, investment, productivity, innovation, or the 
ability of U.S.-based enterprises to compete with foreign-based 
enterprises. This determination is based upon the fact that the State 
submittal, which is the subject of this rule, is based upon counterpart 
Federal regulations for which an analysis was prepared and a 
determination made that the Federal regulation was not considered a 
major rule.

Unfunded Mandates

    This rule will not impose an unfunded mandate on State, local, or 
tribal governments or the private sector of $100 million or more in any 
given year. This determination is based upon the fact that the State 
submittal, which is the subject of this rule, is based upon counterpart 
Federal regulations for which an analysis was prepared and a 
determination made that the Federal regulation did not impose an 
unfunded mandate.

List of Subjects in 30 CFR Part 924

    Intergovernmental relations, Surface mining, Underground mining.

    Dated: July 3, 2013.
William L. Joseph,
Acting Regional Director, Mid-Continent Region.
    For the reasons set out in the preamble, 30 CFR part 924 is amended 
as set forth below:

PART 924--MISSISSIPPI

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1. The authority citation for Part 924 continues to read as follows:

    Authority:  30 U.S.C. 1201 et seq.


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2. Section 924.15 is amended in the table by adding a new entry in 
chronological order by ``Date of final publication'' to read as 
follows:


Sec.  924.15  Approval of Mississippi regulatory program amendments.

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  Original amendment submission date          Date of final  publication              Citation/description
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July 26, 2012.........................  October 29, 2013......................  MSCMR Sections: 105; 1106; 2305;
                                                                                 2902; 3102; 3112; 3113;
                                                                                 3115(m), (n) and (o); 3127;
                                                                                 3128; 3129; 3130; 3131; 3133;
                                                                                 3135; 3136; 3137; 3138; 3139;
                                                                                 5396; 7301; 7303; 7305; and
                                                                                 7307.
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