The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the codification of the general and permanent rules and regulations published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the federal government of the United States. HeinOnline’s coverage
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Days after the FBI seized 11 sets of classified documents in a raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence, Trump and his allies are claiming that he had a “standing order” to declassify documents removed from the Oval Office. What does the law say about the protection of classified information? A Congressional Research Service report, just issued on August 12, 2022, includes all the details.
The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the departments and agencies of the Federal Government. HeinOnline’s coverage of the CFR is comprehensive, containing all volumes dating back to inception in 1938. The CFR is indexed to the year, title, and part level, making content more discoverable. Users can easily retrieve specific titles, parts, and sections from within the CFR with our Quick Locator tools found on the database homepage.
Congress often times will pass a statute and then grant an administrative body or agency the authority to issue rules and regulations based on that law. Users can locate such federal rules and regulations in the Code of Federal Regulations database. In today’s Tip of the Week, we’re going to explore how to locate the statutory authority for a regulation using a CFR citation.
In the early days of quarantine, nearly a hundred years ago, all the way back at the end of March, one thing united us all--Tiger King. When caught up in the show’s relentless twists and turns, it is easy to lose sight of what is perhaps the most shocking revelation in the show: America has a tiger problem. Let’s explore this issue and the laws that attempt to regulate it, while also gaining some behind-the-scenes understanding of Joe Exotic’s legal troubles using HeinOnline.
The morning of Tuesday, September 11 saw four separate but coordinated attacks in various U.S. locations, which killed 2,966 people, injured more than 6,000 others, and resulted in billions of dollars in damages. The events of September 11th shocked the world, paving the way for a more aggressive, preemptive U.S. approach to foreign policy and national security. Join HeinOnline in understanding the tragedy and researching its impact as we remember the fallen.