The United States Code is law that was created by the legislative branch of the government. The Code is divided into 51 broad subject areas. You can search by topic, by a code section number (if known) or by simply clicking on the table of contents. It is an unannotated code with just the text of the statutes.
The printed version issued by the U.S. Government Printing Office is the official version and is recognized under law as evidence of the laws of the United States. Source.
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