Codified regulations are a topical arrangement of the regulations currently in force. The Code of Federal Regulations is the official codification of federal regulations whereas the New Mexico Administrative Code is the official codification of New Mexico's regulations.
Proposed and Newly Adopted Regulations (as well as agency agendas and upcoming meetings) are collected and published daily in the Federal Register and biweekly in the New Mexico Register.
Government agency websites are often the best place to begin your research. Information varies widely by agency but most include laws and regulations,administrative decisions, information about programs and policies, recent reports, and other documents produced by the agency. They are uUsually reliable and very current.
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