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Other State Regulations

There are several websites that provide links to all state regulations that are available online.

Examples include the website for the Administrative Codes and Registers Section (ACR) of the National Association of Secretaries of State, which provides links to administrative codes and state registers available for U.S. states and territories; the Law Librarians' Society of Washington D.C.'s Legislative Sourcebook, which includes a Legislation page with website links and telephone numbers for state legislatures, state laws, and state regulations; Cornell's Listing by Jurisdiction with links for regulations for each state; and FindLaw's Cases and Codes webpage, which provides links for each state's administrative codes.

 
Online access to all state regulations is also available through subscription databases such as Westlaw and LexisNexis and  Bloomberg Law.

South Carolina colleges and universities and public libraries may provide access to South Carolina and all state regulations (also called administrative codes) via subscription to academic and public-access versions of Westlaw and LexisNexis. All state regulations are accessible through the University of South Carolina's subscription to LexisNexis Academic.