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AILA Doc. No. 20100838 | Dated October 7, 2020 | File Size: 287 KDownload the Document
DOJ interim final rule setting forth processes and procedures governing the review, clearance, and issuance of guidance documents and codifying existing limitations on the use of guidance documents in criminal and civil enforcement actions brought by DOJ. The rule is effective 10/7/20, and comments are due 11/6/20. (85 FR 63200, 10/7/20)
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Office of the Attorney General
28 CFR Part 50
[Docket No. OAG 169; AG Order No. 4803– 2020]
Processes and Procedures for Issuance and Use of Guidance Documents
AGENCY: Office of the Attorney General, Department of Justice.
ACTION: Interim final rule; request for comments.
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