Federal Register Website Gets an Anniversary Facelift
Need to know how the Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement Office is proposing to deal with amendments to Montana law regarding required revegetation periods following the removal of siltation structures?
No? Well, some lawyer in Helena probably does. And, for that, he's going to have to turn to the Federal Register. Yesterday marked the 75th anniversary of the Federal Register Act, and, via the Legal Writing Prof Blog, I discovered that the Federal Register website has now become Federal Register 2.0.
Granted, I wasn't a heavy user of the old version, but this new one seems pretty easily navigable and user-friendly. Though, if you need a walkthrough (and some history), you should watch this video:
Posted by Eric Lipman on July 27, 2010 at 09:30 AM | Permalink
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