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The National Archives and Records Administration sponsers this website on the Electoral College. It explains the history, purpose and results of the Electoral College, as well as lesson plans for teachers.


Government adds 1,516 pages to the Federal Register - Broken down, that is the equivalent of a new regulation added about every three hours. Read more:


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The pace of agencies issuing new rules and regulations has hit a record high under President Obama, whose administration’s rules have filled 468,500 pages in the Federal Register. And, according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the president is poised to unleash another 2,375 new rules on American businesses without first giving Congress an up or down vote. CEI’s Clyde Wayne Crews, vice president for policy, told Secrets Wednesday that of the top six biggest Federal Register page ...


Report: Federal Agencies Passed 39 New Regulations For Every One Law. Photo of federal regulations printed out by Sen. Mike Lee (Utah).

from The Daily Signal

28,476 Pages Relating to Obamacare in the Federal Register So Far

Pages Relating to Obamacare in the Federal Register So Far

from BuzzFeed

Bathroom Access A “Must” For Transgender People In Federal Facilities

Bathroom Access A “Must” For Transgender People In Federal Facilities - A new regulation to appear in the Federal Register this week will apply to transgender workers and visitors in roughly 9,200 federally operated facilities.

PPA 403 Administrative Law Week 1 Discussion 1, Values in Administrative Law Discussion 2, The Federal Register Quiz Week 2 Discussion 1, Constitutional Limits on Agencies Discussion 2, Public Access to Information Quiz Week 3 Assignment, The Continuum of Legal Formality Discussion 1, Bias in Administrative Law Discussion 2, Rulemaking in Practice Quiz Week 4 Discussion 1, Administrative Enforcement Tools Discussion 2, Judicial Review Quiz Week 5 Final Paper Discussion…

from eHow

What Is the Code of Federal Regulations

The Code of Federal Regulations, or CFR, is comprised of the general rules and regulations that govern federal government agencies and executive departments. These rules and regulations are codified annually by the Federal Register, an agency of the National Archives and Records Administration, and made permanent as published on a quarterly basis. The CFR is a 20th century creation, a result of decades of increased regulatory activity. ..