The codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register. The Code is divided into 50 sections each dealing with a different section of the law (Examples: Aliens and Nationality, Public Health). Browse the titles or click on "Simple Search" to search.
This is a searchable version of the Federal Register, the Federal Government's daily official publication of Rules, Proposed Rules, Notices of Federal Agencies, Executive Orders and other Presidential Documents.
This site is designed for citizen participation. It provides an easy way to find out what regulations the federal government is currently proposing and gives people an easy way to comment on the proposed regulations.
The U.S. Code of federal laws. You can search for a particular title and section, browse/read each of the fifty titles or individually search any one of them. There is also a Table of Popular Names listing the commonly known names of legislative acts.