Where can I find the Federal Register?

The Federal Register is available online, from its inception in 1936 to the present, on the U.S. Government Publishing Office (GPO)'s website, govinfo. The Library of Congress provides online access to the Federal Register from 1936 to 1993.

The Federal Register is also available on certain subscription databases, such as HeinOnline and ProQuest Regulatory Insight, available onsite at the Library of Congress and other research libraries.

The Federal Register is available in print and microform at the Law Library of Congress and other research libraries, including most Federal Depository Libraries.

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