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code of federal regulations

Abbreviation: CFR
The list of U.S. government regulations that specify the way certain activities or practices must be carried out and will be enforced. For example, CFR Title 21 recount the rules and regulations that govern the manufacture, handling, and storage of food and drugs; CFR Title 49, Section 105, the general procedures for the transportation of hazardous materials.
See also: code
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Complying with federal regulations is incredibly costly to small businesses - the average business pays over $10,000 dollars per employee to stay in line with government rules.
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Links at this page find answers to such questions by searching the Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register notices, and federal agency websites.
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Many of the examples given above relate to proposed federal regulations.

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