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  1. Index Analysis of the Federal Statutes (General and Permanent Law, 1789-1873 : Together With a Table of Repeals and Amendments) by Middleton Beaman, 1987-12
  2. Index Analysis of the Federal Statutes: General and Permanent Law by Middleton G. Beaman, George Winfield Scott, 1987-08
  3. Index Analysis of the Federal Statutes (General and Permanent Law), 1789-1873 : Together with a Table of Repeals and Amendments
  4. Compilation of laws, and regulations and decisions thereunder, relating to the establishment of federal forest reserves...
  5. Forest, game and fish laws and the Lacy bird law (federal law) 1911
  6. Election laws of the state of Missouri and the federal naturalization laws by statutes Missouri. Laws, 2010-09-07
  7. The Federal Antitrust Laws: With Summary of Cases Instituted by the United States and Lists of Cases Decided Thereunder. January, 1938 by Statutes, etc United States. Laws, 1976-07-30
  8. Iowa fish and game laws, federal migratory bird regulations and the Lacey bird law (federal law) in force July 4, 1915
  9. West Virginia forest, game and fish laws and federal laws, 1913
  10. Iowa fish and game laws, federal migratory bird regulations and the Lacey bird law (federal law) in force July 4, 1913
  11. Pennsylvania Law Encyclopedia: Based on Pennsylvania Statutes; Case Law, State and Federal; Attorney General Opinions and Law Reviews
  12. Pennsylvania Law Encyclopedia: Based on Pennsylvania Statutes; Case Law, State and Federal; Attorney General Opinions and Law Reviews
  13. Handbook of New Jersey law,: Embracing abstracts of statutes of New Jersey and some federal laws of general interest, together with various principales ... law; also 134 business and legal forms, by A. Van Doren Honeyman, 1921
  14. Pennsylvania Law Encyclopedia: Based on Pennsylvania Statutes; Case Law, State and Federal; Attorney General Opinions and Law Reviews

1. Laws And Regulations - Major Environmental Laws
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More than a dozen major statutes or laws form the legal basis for the programs of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
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NEPA is the basic national charter for protection of the environment. It establishes policy, sets goals, and provides means for carrying out the policy.
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More about NEPA Chemical Safety Information, Site Security and Fuels Regulatory Relief Act Public Law 106-40, Jan. 6, 1999; 42 U.S.C. 7412(r)
Amendment to Section 112(r) of the Clean Air Act
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The Clean Air Act (CAA) ; 42 U.S.C. s/s 7401 et seq. (1970)
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CAA full text Guide to the CAA CAA - US Code The Clean Water Act (CWA) ; 33 U.S.C. ss/1251 et seq. (1977)

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The Colorado Supreme Court Library holds all fifty state statutes and session laws, all regional reporters, pre-regional reports, the federal statutes, federal regulations and all federal reporters. Some highlights of the collection include Colorado statutes and cases from the territorial period forward, numerous Colorado municipal codes and Colorado legal treatises and directories. The library is also a depository for State Justice Institute publications as well as a repository for the Colorado Women's Bar Association collection. Since 1978 the library has been a partial federal depository focusing on materials such as federal administrative agency decisions, presidential documents, and items offered by various federal agencies such as the U.S. Department of Justice, Internal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Transportation and the Census Bureau.

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Potential Violations of federal Privacy statutes to the and in strict compliancewith applicable privacy laws. A number of federal laws have been enacted to
Memo from Deputy Attorney General Eric Holder to Inspectors General Directing Them to Refer Potential Violations of Federal Privacy Statutes to the Department of Justice for Investigation and Prosecution
October 18, 1999
Dear Inspector General:
In the Information Age, many Americans are becoming increasingly concerned about their loss of individual privacy. Although information technologies bring important benefits, from fostering economic growth to improving health and education, when improperly used, they can infringe upon cherished rights of individual privacy. This is particularly true with respect to governmental agencies. Whether to provide health care, educate our children, protect public safety, or provide assistance to low-income individuals, Federal, state, and local governmental agencies collect, maintain, and share significant amounts of sensitive personal information. The public shares this data with government with the expectation that it will only be used for appropriate governmental functions and in strict compliance with applicable privacy laws. Although some violations, such as those resulting from mere inadvertence, are appropriately handled through administrative processes, should your agency develop evidence that an employee has violated the criminal provisions of one of these privacy laws, particularly where the violation is committed for personal financial gain, commercial advantage, in furtherance of a criminal or tortious act, or involves a repeat offense or serious abuse of the public’s trust, I would encourage you to refer the matter to the local U.S. Attorney’s Office for appropriate action. In the event your agency is not able to investigate the matter, please forward the matter to the local FBI office. In addition, to ensure that the Department of Justice properly focuses on these matters, we request that you forward a copy of any such referral to the appropriate individual listed below:

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    There are a variety of reasons to "buy green." Many people do it because it is required by federal statutes, multiple Executive Orders, and the Federal Acquisition Regulation, or FAR. Other people are adopting EPP to improve worker safety or to pursue potential cost savings. Still others are doing it as a way to minimize adverse environmental impacts - to protect old growth forests, to minimize waste disposal in landfills, to eliminate part of the 2.6 billion pounds of toxic chemicals released each year in the United States, or to address other environmental concerns. Buying green has been part of the federal government’s purchasing strategy since 1976, when Congress passed the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, or RCRA. RCRA required the federal government to buy recycled-content products identified by EPA. Other laws such as the National Energy Conservation Policy Act of 1978 and the Pollution Prevention Act of 1990 also included environmental purchasing components. They required the use of energy-efficient products and the use of government purchasing mechanisms to prevent pollution.

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    Lemon Law Information and Sites Welcome to the oldest and most trusted Lemon Law information site on the Internet. Winner of Yahoo Internet Life's 1998 4 Star Award with complete coverage of all Lemon Law Statutes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. There are essentially three sets of laws that apply to defective vehicles and products in the United States.
      1. The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act is a Federal Law that protects the buyer of any product that costs more than $25 and comes with an express written warranty. Here is a summary of the Act in layman's language, and here is a more detailed explanation of the Act from the FTC. 2. The Uniform Commercial Code or UCC has been adopted in all 50 states and covers contracts dealing with the sale of products. 3. Summary of State Lemon Laws here and individual State Lemon Laws begin here
    The following is intended to give you a general example of a State "Lemon Law." It is Section 1793.22 of California's Civil Code that makes up California's Lemon Law. REMEMBER, Lemon Laws and their application vary from state to state.

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    10. Appendix A: Overview Of Federal And State Civil Rights Laws
    statutes 1 There are many federal statutes that address describe only the mostprominent of those laws. to provide only the most general overview; these
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    There are many federal statutes that address discrimination and civil rights in a wide variety of circumstances. This section will briefly describe only the most prominent of those laws. This description is intended to provide only the most general overview; these statues are very complex and many of the details are not discussed in this very abbreviated summary. Housing and Lending Title VIII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and 1991 is the most important federal law in this area. It prohibits discrimination in the sale or rental of housing on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, familial status or national origin. It also prohibits such discrimination in any residential real-estate transaction, including the making or purchasing of loans. The statute charges the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) with the primary administrative authority for implementing the Act. People who believe they have been discriminated against can file complaints with HUD. HUD then investigates the complaint, and, if the complaint is valid, attempts a conciliation. If the conciliation fails, HUD can pursue a administrative hearing, or it can refer the case to the Attorney General for filing a civil action. The Attorney General also has independent authority to bring a civil case whenever it has cause to believe that a person is engaged in a "pattern or practice "

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      • Convicted of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year (persons under indictment or information for such a crime are prohibited from receiving firearms or ammunition); Fugitive from Justice (requires interstate flight to avoid prosecution or testimony in a criminal case); Drug Users or Addicts (May be shown by recent conviction for use, recent possession of drugs, or recent arrest for use of drugs, or positive drug tests); Aliens illegally or unlawfully within the US or those lawfully admitted in non-immigrant status (i.e. aliens without permanent residence status); Mental defectives or persons committed to a mental institution;

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    revised: August 2, 2002 Q: You claim that you are using the Texas Exile program to remove guns and criminals from the streets. Have you been able to obtain any convictions through the program? A: Texas Exile has been very successful in removing criminals and guns from the streets of Texas. As of August 2, 2002, there have been:
    • 1,597 Indictments 1,194 Convictions 2,093 Guns Confiscated
    Texas had a 59% increase in prosecution of federal gun crimes over last year and leads the nation in the prosecution of federal gun crimes. Source: Administrative Office of U.S. Courts, Department of Statistics, Reports and Analysis Section Q: I have been hearing a lot about your Texas Exile program, including your statement that the goal is to take guns away from criminals, not law abiding citizens. Can you give me information on the types of people who are targeted? A: Texas Exile uses existing state and federal gun laws targeted at the root of gun violence - criminals who illegally use and carry weapons. The following people cannot possess firearm(s) or ammunition:
    • convicted felon and/or on felony probation or parole* person under felony indictment drug dealer or trafficker person with misdemeanor domestic violence conviction fugitive from justice person in a school zone alien unlawfully in the United States
    * Deferred adjudication is not a conviction No one may possess the following items unless they are properly registered:

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