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Administrative Law Research: Home
Primary and secondary sources for finding rules, proposed rules, agency activity, including decisions, and presidential documents.
Administrative law research has three distinct but related content: (1) Substantive administrative law and the underlying powers and procedures of administrative agencies; (2) regulatory activities and actions of administrative agencies, including agency regulations, decisions and reports; and (3) issuances of the President, namely Executive Orders.
Regulatory histories associated with a public law are compilations of Federal Register articles. In addition, researchers check such sources as the C.F.R., the Public Law text, and, at times, the Parallel Table of Authorities and Rules.