|(a) If a governmental body that receives a written request for information from a legislative requestor under Texas Government Code §552.008 determines the requested information is confidential and requires the legislative requestor to sign a confidentiality agreement, the legislative requestor may ask for an attorney general decision about whether the information covered by the confidentiality agreement is confidential under law. (b) A request for an attorney general decision must: (1) be in writing and signed by the legislative requestor; (2) state the name of the governmental body to whom the original request for information was made; and (3) state the date the original request was made. (c) The legislative requestor must submit a copy of the original request with the request for a decision. If the legislative requestor is unable to do so, the legislative requestor must include a written description of the original request in the request for a decision. (d) The legislative requestor may submit written comments to the attorney general stating reasons why the requested information should not be considered confidential by law. The written comments must be labeled to indicate whether any portion of the comments discloses or contains the substance of the specific information deemed confidential by the governmental body. A legislative requestor who submits written comments to the attorney general shall send a copy of those comments to the governmental body. (e) The deadlines in §63.3 and §63.6 of this subchapter commence on the date on which the attorney general receives from the legislative requestor all of the information required by subsections (b) and (c) of this section.