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POLS 024/105: Constitutional Law (SC)

Nackenoff (Spring 2015)


A law enacted by a legislative body - such as the United States Congress, or a state senate. Statutes are the primary source of law in the United States, and typically authorize an administrative agency (such as the Federal Communications Commission, or the Securities Exchange Commission) to adopt rules pursuant to the Statute. Rules are more specific laws that arise from the Statute.

Definition from WEX.

Finding Federal Statutes and Regulations

Finding State Statutes and Regulations