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Tuesday, May 8, 2012

New Online Edition of the Code of Federal Regulations

Yesterday the Cornell Legal Information Institute, along with the Government Printing Office and the Cornell Law Library, announced a new project providing online access to the Code of Federal Regulations. This new edition allows users to easily browse or search the CFR. In addition, it provides links to relevant statutory authority in the United States Code as well as links to pending regulations that may impact the particular parts of the code that you are interested in. This edition is updated concurrently with the version available on FDsys, but it also has links to the e-CFR edition for recent updates.

The project plans to add additional features in the future. For more information about this edition, see the full announcement.

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