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Federal Register

NIH Grantspeak An official federal daily that notifies the public of any changes of federal regulations, rulings, legal notices, proclamations, and documents generated by the executive branch of the government

Federal Register

A publication that makes available to the public proposed and final government rules, legal notices, orders, and documents having general applicability and legal effect. It contains published material from all federal agencies.
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If a president feels the need to assert his will, he simply issues an executive order, has it published in the Federal Register and, bingo, he gets his way.
Once developed, this draft document will be vetted for public comment on the NIEHS website, in the Federal Register, and through our advisory councils before a final document is compiled.
According to the notice in the Federal Register, "If the ITC determines that such injury does exist, the Department will issue an antidumping duty order directing CBP officials to assess antidumping duties on all imports of subject merchandise entered for consumption on or after the effective date of the suspension of liquidation."
A notice in the October 29 Federal Register said the Renal and Urological
112, June 8, 1993), GPO created publicly accessible and searchable access to major government publications like the Congressional Record and the Federal Register. As Minahan (1994) notes, GPO had the documents up on the Internet by the following year.
But those good intentions seem to have been undercut by errors in the original Federal Register meeting notice.
A notice published on May 15, 2003, in the Federal Register announced the establishment of a Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee.
GPO Access, from the National Archives and Records Administration, grants access to the Federal Register, the official daily publication for Rules, Proposed Rules and Notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as Executive Orders and other Presidential documents; the Congressional Record, the official daily record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress; and other government publications.
Citation: 67 Federal Register (December 26, 2002) [Nauru & Ukraine]; 68 Federal Register 6613 (February 10, 2003) [Bank Secrecy Act regulations].
The proposed regulations (other than the anti-avoidance rule for reimporting a loss) would apply to transactions occurring after March 6, 2002, if they occur during a tax year for which the original return is due after temporary or final regulations are published in the Federal Register. The anti-avoidance rule for reimporting a loss would apply to losses reimported as a result of an event that triggers the rules occurring on or after the date the proposed regulations are filed with the Federal Register, but only if the event occurs during a tax year for which the original return is due after the rules are published.
Official notification of the proposed change was published in the July 21, 2000, issue of the Federal Register.

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