- Acts Cited by Popular Names
U.S.C. 2006th ed. v. 31. An alphabetical list of popular and statutory names of Acts of Congress.
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- American Law Sources On-line
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- Electronic Code of Federal Regulations @ FDsys
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- Guide to Law Online @ Library of Congress
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- Legal Decision @ GAO
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- Legal Services Corporation
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- THOMAS @ Library of Congress
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