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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.
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One search delivers all regulations governing a topic from all 50 states, select sections of the Code of Federal Regulation, state administrative agency decisions and opinions, and links to case law, statutes and related regulations.
The IIABA and its membership also view NIPR as a stepping stone away from potential federal regulation, which they oppose.
As there are no federal regulations for the disposal of PCBs, only safe storage regulations, much of TCI's work has come from companies who have voluntarily disposed of their PCB material.
Tom Mooney, president of the Ohio Federation of Teachers says immunity laws are increasingly important as states and federal regulations, such as the No Child Left Behind act, put more pressure on schools to perform academically.
CP said natural resources minister John Efford is hoping to avoid establishing federal regulations and instead obtain a voluntary emissions reduction agreement from the auto industry.
The new law can "save many lives" of HIV-positive people waiting for transplants, who under federal regulations have been barred from receiving transplants from other HIV-positive people, says Representative Larry McKeon, sponsor of the bill.
5) Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations [section] 541.
Links at this page find answers to such questions by searching the Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register notices, and federal agency websites.
The impact of new federal regulations adds complexity to a mounting backup and recovery problem for organizations all of sizes.
Companies emitting anything into the atmosphere, including carbon monoxide and sulfur dioxide, are responsible for complying with the air regulations covered in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 40 Parts 1 to 86.

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