The official codification of Federal statutes is called the United States Code. Generally, only "Public Laws" are codified. The United States Code is divided into "titles" (based on overall topics) numbered 1 through 54. Title 18, for example, contains many of the Federal criminal statutes. Title 26 is the Internal Revenue Code.
In December 2016, the 21st Century Cures Act was signed into law. The Cures Act addresses many critical issues including leadership and accountability for behavioral health disorders at the federal level, the importance of evidence-based programs and prevention of mental and substance use disorders, and the imperative to coordinate efforts across government.
May 01, 2021 · Every state sets its own laws about spreading ashes. However, these laws do not apply to the saltwater of the sea. The EPA and the MPRSA general permit covers spreading ashes in the ocean regardless of the state the boat departs from. States cannot change the regulations regarding the ocean, but they can when it comes to other places.
Jun 22, 2022 · 47 In the event of an inconsistency or conflict between this Code and any by-laws of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council, or any regulations made by that Council’s board of directors, that remain in effect by virtue of paragraph 85(7)(o) of the Act, this Code prevails to the extent of the inconsistency or conflict.
May 12, 2020 · Milestone: National Research Act [Title II, Public Law 93-348] [Download PDF - 380KB] Status: U.S. Law. Description: Regulations to be codified. All research funded by DHEW to be reviewed by IRBs. Milestone: Regulations for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research [45 CFR 46] [See Text / Download PDF - 116KB]
SB88, now codified as California Code of Regulations, sections 931-938, add measurement and reporting requirements for a substantial number of diverters. The legislation authorizes the State Water Board to adopt a regulation requiring measurement for water right holders and claimants who divert 10 acre-feet of water or more per year.