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Current Legal Resources Releases Code of Federal Regulations Online, Reduces Prices.

Current Legal Resources (CLR) has announced that it has released the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) online. The editorial staff of CLR integrates the latest Federal Register information into the CFR on a daily basis. Editorial enhancements, simple search templates, and extensive hypertext links--combined with a fast delivery--make this CLR product the best source of the CFR available anywhere, according to the company.

"We offer the most current and highest quality U.S. Code with the most current and highest quality CFR and deliver for a price lower than the competition. That is an unbeatable package to offer anyone who uses federal law," said John Molinari, president of Current Legal Resources.

An unlimited-access CFR Online subscription is $350 yearly, $75 monthly, or $25 daily. The combined U.S. Code Online and CFR Online package is $495 per year. The introductory offer provides a 1-month free trial when purchasing an annual subscription. For more information, visit the CLR Web page at

CLR has also announced that it has decreased the prices of its legal databases by over 30 percent. New prices for unlimited-access annual passwords are: Federal Suite (U.S. Code, CFR, Statutes at Large, and the to-be-added Federal Rules), $495; CFR, $350; and U.S. Code, $300.

CLR guarantees that you will not find a more current U.S. Code or CFR, or your money will be refunded. Existing subscribers will be provided a subscription extension based on the new pricing. Sign up for an annual subscription and receive a 30day free trial.

Source: Current Legal Resources, Bethpage, NY, 888/346-7385, 516/396-7480; Fax: 516/396-7496;

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