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This guide provides the student attorney in Maryland with a starting point for practice-oriented legal research, with special emphasis on the areas of health care policy reform and improving access to drug treatment for addictions.
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Federal Regulations

For more information on researching federal administrative law, see Chapter 6 and Chapter 10 of the Thurgood Marshall Law Library Guide to Legal Research.  For this topic, federal regulations are primarily located:

Code of Federal Regulations
The federal compilation of administrative regulations currently in force, and is published annually, so must be updated to reflect regulations that are newly promulgated, revised, or repealed.

Internal Revenue Service: Generally, 26 CFR 1.36B, Premium Assistance Tax Credits

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: 

Federal Register
The chronological compilation of new and amended regulations, both proposed and final.

A current unofficial electronic version of the C.F.R., eCFR is essentially an editorial compilation of CFR material and Federal Register amendments, so many researchers use the eCFR as an updating tool; the current update status is printed at the top of e-CFR pages. Using the eCFR makes it unnecessary to use the List of CFR Sections Affected (LSA) to update regulations.  However, Boolean searching is not yet possible in this version – you must browse by C.F.R. title and part.


Maryland Regulations

Regulations are rules issued by administrative agencies that have the force law.  Maryland regulations are found in the Code of Maryland Regulations, COMAR.



Maryland Agency Websites


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