Question: “Are you saying ‘no’ just to say ‘no’?” Answer: “No.” In this case, a complaint against a social worker led the Board of Social Worker Examiners to believe that a violation may have occurred. Instead of disciplining her, the Board made her a settlement offer. The social worker did not accept or reject the offer. Instead, she requested a declaratory order as to whether she could even be disciplined for her actions. The Board refused to issue a decision on that question. The social worker appealed the refusal to make a decision. To be appealable, an agency action must be an “action subject to judicial review.” For the first time, the court of appeals held that, to be appealable, an agency’s decision must be a final agency action. Here, a refusal to make a decision was not a final decision because the social worker’s disciplinary matter was still pending before the Board.