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Index analysis of the Federal statutes
George Winfield Scott
Prepared under the direction of the Librarian of Congress.
|Statement||together with a table of repeals and amendments, by George Winfield Scott [and] Middleton G. Beaman, assisted by J. A. Beck [and others]|
|Contributions||Beaman, Middleton G., Library of Congress., United States., United States.|
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|Pagination||v. <1 >|
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Books, contain codes or statutes. Publications of statutes. Sets of books containing either federal or state statutory law organized in a topical order; also may contain copies of.
While debate about federal statutory interpretation has settled into a holding pattern, scholars have begun to consider whether state courts should interpret statutes differently than federal. Full text of "The Federal Statutes Annotated: Containing All the Laws of the United States " See other formats.
Federal statutes are laws enacted by Congress with (and in some circumstances without) the approval of the President. Federal statutes are published in three formats: (1) initially as individual slip laws, (2) in compilations of slip laws known as session laws, and (3) as codified law incorporated into a code.