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The Federal Register has announced the launch of a new Electronic Public Information Desk to Provide free public access to public documents.*

To view these documents, go to www.federalregister.gov (link opens in a new window). See “View Documents on Public Inspection” (link opens in a new window) on the left hand side. This new desk grants the public access to documents that will be published in the next day’s Federal Register as early at 8:45 a.m. EST. Previously, such documents could only be seen by viewing the documents physically located at the Office of the Federal Register in Washington, DC.

See Press Release at: http://www.archives.gov/press/press-releases/2009/nr09-06.html

From: Gallerywatch.com September 9, 2008.

Through our Gallerywatch Documents subscription service we are poviding the following selection of documents regarding the government takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. We hope you will find them of interest:

Selected Documents

The Associated Press
“Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales mishandled highly classified notes about a secret counterterror program, says a memo by his legal team, which touches on one of the most contentious episodes of high-level infighting in the Bush administration’s war on terror. The memo acknowledges that Gonzales improperly stored notes about the program and might have taken them home at one point. Removing secret documents from specially secured rooms violates government policy.”

Findlaw has provided a link to the actual Report:

Register Citations from 8-1-07 to 6-11-08 (Cumulative)

The following citator compiled by James R. Sahlem, Principal Law Librarian of the New York Supreme Court at Buffalo, is intended to “fill the gap” in NYCRR, both print and electronic format. It covers the most recent ten-month period. It is designed to be printed and stapled and left at the end of your NYCRR or retained in e-format as a back-up to electronic research. Hopefully, this will demonstrate that the long-standing NYCRR gap problem can be cured. I will be providing twice-monthly cumulative updates. Those familiar with the CFR- LSA will have a good analogy.

PROCEDURE

List of Sections Affected of the Official Compilation Codes Rules and Regulations of the State of New York (NYCRR). James R Sahlem, Principal Law Librarian, New York Supreme Court Library at Buffalo, is the Compiler of this ongoing work. The following is from his introduction:

PURPOSE

The following citator is intended to “fill the gap” in NYCRR, both print and electronic format. It covers the most recent ten-month period. It is designed to be printed and stapled and left at the end of your NYCRR or retained in e-format as a back-up to electronic research. Hopefully, this will demonstrate that the long-standing NYCRR gap problem can be cured. I will be providing twice-monthly cumulative updates. Those familiar with the CFR- LSA will have a good analogy.

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