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Table I Title 40 Public Buildings, Property, and Works Title 40 Public Buildings, Property, and Works Amendments 2008—Pub. L. 110–234, title XIV, §14217(b), May 22, 2008, 122 Stat. 1482, and Pub. L. 110–246, title XIV, §14217(b), June 18, 2008, 122 Stat. 2244, which directed identical amendments to the table of subtitles for "chapter 40, United States Code" by adding items for subtitles V and VI and striking out item for subtitle V, was executed by amending the table of subtitles for this title, to reflect the probable intent of Congress. Prior to amendment, the item for subtitle V read "Miscellaneous". The amendment by Pub. L. 110–234 was repealed by Pub. L. 110–246, §4(a), June 18, 2008, 122 Stat. 1664. Table Showing Disposition of All Sections of Former Title 40 Title 40 Former Sections Title 40 New Sections 1, 1a Rep. 2 Rep. 3 Rep. 4 Rep. 5 Rep. 5a Rep. 6 Rep. 7 Rep. 7a Rep. 8–13 Rep. 13a, 13a note 6111 13b 6112 13c 6113 13d Rep. 13e 6114 13f 6122 13g 6131 13h 6132 13i 6133 13j 6134 13k 6135 13l 6102 13m 6137 13n(a) 6121 13n(b) 6123 13n(c) 6121 13n(d) 6101 13o 6136 13p 6101 14–18a Rep. 19 8101 20, 21 […]

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National Firearms Act

National Firearms Act National Firearms Act 26 U.S.C. § 5801 : US Code – Section 5801: Imposition of tax This description of the National Firearms Act tracks the language of the U.S. Code, except that, sometimes, we use plain English and that we may refer to the “Act” (meaning National Firearms Act) rather than to the “subchapter” or the “title” of the United States Code. U.S. Code Citation 26 U.S.C. § 5801 U.S. Code Section and Head United States Code – Section 5801 Head of the Section: Imposition of tax Text of the Section (a) General rule On 1st engaging in business and thereafter on or before July 1 of each year, every importer, manufacturer, and dealer in firearms shall pay a special (occupational) tax for each place of business at the following rates: (1) Importers and manufacturers: $1,000 a year or fraction thereof. (2) Dealers: $500 a year or fraction thereof. (b) Reduced rates of tax for small importers and manufacturers (1) In general Paragraph (1) of subsection (a) shall be applied by substituting “$500″ for “$1,000″ with respect to any taxpayer the gross receipts of which (for the most recent taxable year ending before the 1st day of […]

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Equal Employment

Equal Employment Further Reading EMPLOYEE SELECTION PROCEDURES A. Articles Bassett-Stanford, Mary. “Genetic Testing in Employment: Employee Protection or Threat?” Suffolk University Law Review 15 (December 1981): 1187-217. Bersoff, Donald N. “Testing and the Law.” American Psychologist 36 (October 1981): 1047-56. Blumrosen, Alfred W. “The Bottom Line Concept in Equal Employment Opportunity Law.” North Carolina Central Law Journal 12 (Fall 1980): 1- 20. “Bottom Line in Equal Employment Guidelines: Administering a Polycentric Problem.” Administrative Law Review 33 (Summer 1981): 323- 49. Booth, Dean, and James L. Mackay. “Legal Constraints on Employment Testing and Evolving Trends in Law.” Emory Law Journal 29 (Winter 1980): 121-94. “The Bottom Line Concept under Title VII: Connecticut v. Teal.” Boston College Law Review 24 (July 1983): 1131-86. Cochran, Judie, and Roger Cochran. “Interviewing Job Applicants: Are You Violating the Law?” Practical Accountant 16 (December 1983): 78-83. “Constitutional Law-the Supreme Court Rejects the Bottom Line Analysis in Title VII Employment Selection Cases: Conecticut v. Teal, 457 U.S. 440 (1982).” Cumberland Law Review 13 (1982-1983): 639-74. Curry, Theodore H., II. “A Common-Sense Management Approach to Employee Selection and EEO Compliance for the Smaller Employer.” Personnel Administrator 26 (April 1981): 35-38. “Employee Selection Procedures: The Bottom Line and the […]

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Code of Federal Regulations

Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Federal regulations are created and used by executive agencies to implement and enforce the goals and scope of the U.S. federal statutes. The regulations are first published in the Federal Register on a daily basis are then codified in the CFR. The regulations that are published chronologically in the Federal Register are codified and arranged by title, then by chapter (one agency’s regulations) and finally by subject in the Code of Federal Regulations. History In the early 1930’s, Congress began to increase both the number of agencies and the scope of the authority of those agencies. Thefrerore, the executive federal agencies began promulgating detailed regulations. In that period of time, there was no mechanism for publishing, codifying, accessing or updating these regulations. “There was considerable confusion about which regulations were in effect at any given time. In several 1934 Supreme Court cases involving administrative law violations, difficulty in keeping abreast of the current body of administrative law became obvious. Neither the defendants nor the government correctly understood which regulations were currently in effect. In response, Congress passed the Federal Register Act (ch. 417, 49 Stat. 500 (1935)). The Act mandates the daily publication of the […]

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Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2005

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Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2005 was, as a bill, a proposal (now, a piece of legislation) introduced on 2005-02-17 in the House of Commons and Senate respectively of the 109 United States Congress by Christopher Henry Smith in relation with:

Voting Rights Reauthorization Act

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Voting Rights Reauthorization Act was, as a bill, a proposal (now, a piece of legislation) introduced on 2006-05-02 in the House of Commons and Senate respectively of the 109 United States Congress by Frank James Sensenbrenner in relation with:

Authorization Act FY2006, Coast Guard

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Authorization Act FY2006, Coast Guard was, as a bill, a proposal (now, a piece of legislation) introduced on 2005-02-17 in the House of Commons and Senate respectively of the 109 United States Congress by Don Young in relation with: