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Federal Rulemaking

Regulations are created and used by executive agencies to "clarify" the intent and scope of federal statutes, which an agency is charged with administrating or enforcing. Properly speaking, regulations are not law, but rules and regulations have the full force and effect of the law. This section provides comments by interested and affected parties in the rule making process which affect gaming law in California. Comments of interested and affected parties appear in related items under each rule.


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