US Regulations

Regulations, or administrative laws, of the United States are the rules adopted by federal executive departments and agencies on how to follow laws (statutes) passed by the United States Congress. The regulations are compiled and codified into the Code of Federal Regulations. The Federal Register is the daily publication of these proposed and final rules.

Federal Regulations
US State Regulations & Administrative Codes

State regulations, or administrative laws, are rules adopted by the executive branch and agencies of each state. These regulations provide guidance on how to follow the laws (statutes) passed by the legislative bodies of each state.

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