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United States Statutes at Large is the official record of laws passed by the United States Congress. The title has varied somewhat over the years.
United States Statutes at Large began in 1845 as a private publication authorized by Congress, retrospectively covering Congress's public acts since 1789. (The series becomes close to current after the first 9 volumes.) Publication authority shifted to the Government Printing Office in the 1870s. Volumes continue to be printed to this day. They are not subject to copyright at present. Except where noted, dates in the listings here refer to the years of statutes covered, which are typically earlier than the publication dates of the volumes.
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