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7255-7640............................................... 1
7641-7992............................................... 4
  


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CFR PARTS AFFECTED DURING FEBRUARY

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                           2 CFR
Proposed Rules:
Ch. I.................................................7282
Ch. II................................................7282

                           3 CFR
Administrative Orders:
Memorandum of January 30, 2013........................7989
Notice:
Notice of November 27, 2012 (Correction)..............7255

                          10 CFR
Proposed Rules:
430.............................................7681, 7940
431.......................................7296, 7304, 7306

                          14 CFR
39..........7257, 7259, 7261, 7262, 7641, 7642, 7645, 7647
97..............................................7650, 7652
Proposed Rules:
39..............................................7308, 7312

                          17 CFR
230...................................................7654
240...................................................7654
260...................................................7654

                          18 CFR
Proposed Rules:
35....................................................7524

                          20 CFR
404...................................................7659
Proposed Rules:
404.............................................7695, 7968
416...................................................7968

                          26 CFR
1.....................................................7264
Proposed Rules:
1.....................................................7314

                          33 CFR
100...................................................7663
165.......................................7265, 7665, 7670
Proposed Rules:
100...................................................7331
105...................................................7334
165...................................................7336

                          40 CFR
52....................................................7672
63....................................................7488
180.............................................7266, 7275
Proposed Rules:
51....................................................7702
52........................................7340, 7703, 7705
81..............................................7340, 7705

                          42 CFR
71....................................................7674

                          45 CFR
1611..................................................7679
Proposed Rules:
155...................................................7348
156...................................................7348

                          47 CFR
101...................................................7278

                          49 CFR
Proposed Rules:
1247..................................................7718
1248..................................................7718

                          50 CFR
622...................................................7279
679...................................................7280
Proposed Rules:
17........................................7864, 7890, 7908
660...................................................7371
665...................................................7385

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