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Jump to: navigation, search is a U.S. Federal government web site that acts as an "Internet portal and document repository"[1] that allows members of the public to participate in the rulemaking processes of some Federal government agencies.

Rulemaking is a process by which government agencies issue regulations implementing statutes passed by a legislative body such as the United States Congress.

The site allows users to make public comments in response to notices of proposed rulemaking issued by participating agencies; such comments become part of the public record and may be displayed on the site.

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  1. ^ "The Public Interface Project (Phase I)". Cornell e-Rulemaking Initiative. 

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