United-states-code meaning

The official, bound codification of federal law; this multi-volume set is issued anew every six years and updated by supplements in the intervening years. The supplement is called the United States Code Congressional and Administrative News.
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(law) A compilation of the statutes of the United States federal government, with sections arranged by topic rather than by date of enactment, and with superseded and expired sections removed.
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