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U.S. Code
Official site from the U.S. House of Representatives offers downloadable latest versions of the code and supplements as ASCII text, PDFs, or zip files, as well as large versions ready to burn directly to compact disc, a free alternative to buying the discs from the Government Printing Office. Includes versions back to 1991. Describes database, and links to THOMAS search engine.
Coal Industry Health Benefits Act
Act creating the United Mine Workers of America Combined Benefit Fund.
The Code of Federal Regulations
A codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
Congress.gov
Searchable database of the Congressional Record, as well as bills and laws in Congress. Also provides House and Senate votes, committee reports, and a selection of committee hearings transcripts.
Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA)
Department of Labor page explains how health care coverage can be continued after employment ends.
Cornell University: U.S. Code
Legal Information Institute at the university's law school maintains current version of the code searchable by popular names as well as official titles.
Environmental Federal Register Summary
Weekly summary of environmentally related Federal Register notices submitted by EPA, HHS, and other agencies. Archive and email list maintained by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.
Title 8: Aliens and Nationality
Full text of United States immigration law from Cornell University.
United States Code
Government Printing Office offers the laws of the United States online as text, browsable by title, chapter, sub-chapter, and section.
Fourmilab: U.S. Tax Code
John Walker, co-author of AutoCAD, posted keyword-search-friendly version of the tax code current as of 2004. (January 19, 2004)
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