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Administrative Law: Federal Register

About the Federal Register

The Federal Register (the daily newspaper of the Federal government) is a legal newspaper published every business day by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

The Federal Register contains:

  • Federal Agency Regulations
  • Proposed Rules
  • Public Notices
  • Executive Orders
  • Proclamations
  • Other Presidential Documents

NARA's Office of the Federal Register prepares the Federal Register for publication in partnership with the Government Publishing Office (GPO).

Federal Register Online

The Federal Register is available online at:

Federal Register Citation

Federal Register In Print

The Chickasaw Nation Law Library maintains one year of the Federal Register in print in the Reference section. The table of contents and the Federal Register Index can assist in locating entries in the Federal Register. The table of contents at the beginning of every Federal Register issue is organized alphabetically by agency. It lists all documents in the issue, including page spans. The Federal Register Index is issued quarterly. There is also a cumulative annual index. The index is arranged by agency and is available in print and electronically.

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