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regulations currently in effect.
The Federal Register contains many reader's aids-Highlights, Grant Information, list of
hearings and Sunshine meetings—which simplify the user's job.
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) contains the annual codification of the final
regulations printed in the Federal Register. Each of the 50 titles is updated annually.
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