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State Legislation & Regulation

Administrative Rules for LARA Bureau of Health Care Services pertaining to Substance Abuse Services   (R325.4151-325.14928)
Rules to ensure minimum quality standards for substance abuse services in Michigan. These include definitions, general provisions, and rules related to: licensure, recipient rights, methadone, and treatment services. These rules promulgated pursuant to Section 6234 of PA 368 of 1978.
   citation notes: Michigan Administrative Code. (year). Title. R325.4151-14928
 
Methadone Treatment and Other Chemotherapy   (R325.14401-14423)
Rules related to medication-assisted treatment services.
   citation notes: Michigan Administrative Code. (year). Title. R325.14401-14423
 
Substance Use Disorders Service Program   (R325.14401-14125)
Rules related to substance use disorder services.
   citation notes: Michigan Administrative Code. (year). Title. R325.14401-14125

Athletic Services Providers Act   (MCL 333.26301-26306)
Public Act 31 of 1990, as amended, describes required androgenic anabolic steroid warning notices be posted in educational institutions and recreational athletic facility locker rooms. It also notes the Department of Community Health (section 333.26301(b)) shall produce/provide warning posters (section 333.26304).
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1990 PA 31, MCL 333.26301-26306.

Bingo Act   (MCL 432.101-120)
Public Act 382 of 1972, as amended, regulates the conducting of bingo, millionaire parties, and certain other forms of gambling; and provides for the conducting of charity games, raffles, and numeral games.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1972 PA 382, as amended, MCL 432.101-120.

Compulsive Gaming Prevention Act   (MCL 432.251-256)
Public Act 70 of 1997, as amended, creates a "compulsive gaming prevention fund." It details its creation; disposition; distributions; investment; credit of interest and earnings; lapsed funds and fees for addiction treatment.
  (Printer-friendly version of the Compulsive Gaming Prevention Act)
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1997 PA 70, MCL 432.251-256.

Contracts of Public Servants with Public Entities   (MCL 15.321-330)
Public Act 317 of 1968, as amended, is related to the conduct of public servants in respect to governmental decisions and contracts with public entities.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1968 PA 317, as amended, MCL 15.321-330.

General Property Tax Act [PA2 Funds]   (MCL 211.24e(11))
Public Act 206 of 1893, Section 24e, Paragraph 11, as amended, directs, under specified circumstances, that a portion of each county's state convention facility development fund revenue be distributed for substance abuse prevention and treatment programs within the county. Proceeds are known as PA2 Funds. (Portions of PA 206 of 1893 were amended by PA 2 of 1986.)
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1893 PA 206, Sec. 24e, Par. 11, as amended MCL 211.24e(11).

Horse Racing Law   (MCL 431.309a, 431.320(14))
Sections of Public Act 279 of 1995, as amended, mandates posting of problem gambling help-line information at each racetrack entrance and exit, where wagers are accepted, and on all advertisement and promotional materials; and mandates a portion of the agriculture equine industry development fund be deposited in the compulsive gaming prevention fund. (Portions of PA 279 of 1995 were amended by PA 73 of 1997.)
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1995 PA 279, Sections 9a, 20(14), as amended, MCL 431.309a, 431.320(14).

Insurance Code, Excerpt: Substance Abuse Care Coverage   (MCL 500.3425)
Public Act 218 of 1956, Section 3425, as amended, directs each insurer offering health insurance policies in this state to provide coverage for intermediate and outpatient care for substance abuse in all contracts for, group and individual hospital, medical, surgical expense-incurred health insurance policies other than limited classification policies.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1956 PA 218, Sec. 3425, as amended, MCL 500.3425.

Lottery Act   (MCL 432.16, 432.41(4), 432.43)
Sections of Public Act 239 of 1972, as amended, mandates posting of problem gambling help-line information on lottery tickets, printed advertisements, promotional materials and at locations where lottery tickets are sold; and mandates a portion of the lottery advertising budget be deposited in the compulsive gaming prevention fund. (Portions of PA 239 of 1972 were amended by PA 72 of 1997.)
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1972 PA 239, Sections 16, 41(4), 43, as amended, MCL 432.16, 432.41(4), 432.43.

Mental Health Code, Excerpt: Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Services   (MCL 330.1260-1287)
Public Act 258 of 1974, Chapter 2A, as amended, provides for substance abuse services within the mental health service system.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1974 PA 258, Ch. 2A, as amended, MCL 330.1260-1287.

 
Minors and Consent to SUD Treatment
Information included in sections of 1974 PA 258, Ch. 2A, see 330.1264, 1265, and 1266.
 
Public Act 500 of 2012
Legislation to amend PA 258 of 1974, in order to merge mental health and substance abuse services.

Michigan Gaming Control & Revenue Act   (MCL 432.201-226)
Public Act 1 of 1996, as amended, provides for the licensing, regulation, and control of casino gaming; to provide the distribution of revenue for public education, public safety and economic development; and to authorize limited casino operations within Michigan. (Portions of PA 1 of 1996 were amended by PA 69 of 1997)
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1996 PA 1, as amended, MCL 432.201-226.

 
Toll-free compulsive gaming helpline number; posting   (MCL 432.209c)
Public Act 1 of 1996, Section 9c, as amended, mandates posting of problem gambling help-line information by casinos on signs at their facilities and on their advertising/promotional materials.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1996 PA 1, Sec. 9c, as amended, MCL 432.209c.

Michigan Vehicle Code, Excerpt: Operating motor vehicle under the influence- screening, assessment, and rehabilitative services   (MCL 257.625b)
Section 625b(5) of Public Act 300 of 1949, is regarding court ordered screening, assessment, and rehabilitative/treatment services for a person who violates Section 625 of the Michigan Vehicle Code.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1949 PA 300, Sec. 625b(5), as amended, MCL 257.625b.

Public Health Code, Excerpt: Administering or Dispensing of Controlled Substances   (MCL 333.7303a)
Public Act 368 of 1978, Article 7, Part 73, Section 7303a, as amended, regarding Controlled Substance Manufacture, Distribution, and Dispensing, as applied to a licensed prescriber, administering and dispensing, patient use of other controlled substances, records required to be maintained, etc.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1978 PA 368, Sec. 7303a, MCL 333.7303a.

Public Health Code, Excerpt: Dispensing of Prescription Medication   (MCL 333.17745)
Section 17745 of Public Act 368 of 1978, Article 15, Part 177, is regarding Pharmacy Practice and Drug Control, as applied to licensed prescriber, patient's chart, clinical records, dispensing drugs, storage of drugs, containers, labels, etc.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1978 PA 368, Sec. 17745, as amended, MCL 333.17745.

Public Health Code, Excerpt: Substance Abuse Services   (MCL 333.6201-6251)
Public Act 368 of 1978, Article 6, Part 62, as amended, regulates licensing of facilities to provide substance use disorder services.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1978 PA 368, Part 62, as amended, MCL 333.6201-6251.

 
Public Act 501 of 2012
Legislation to amend PA 368 of 1978, in order to merge mental health and substance abuse services.

Revised School Code, Excerpt: Performance-enhancing Substances   (MCL 380.1318)
Public Act 451 of 1976, Section 1318, as amended, instructs the Department of Community Health (MCL 380.1318(2)) to provide school districts, academies, and schools a list of performance-enhancing substances, in alignment with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Bylaw 31.2.3.4 Banned Drugs.
MDCH recommends the following classes of drugs (and any substance chemically related to these classes) be banned:

a. Stimulants
b. Anabolic Agents
c. Alcohol and Beta Blockers
d. Diuretic and Other Masking Agents
e. Street Drugs
f. Peptide Hormones and Analogues
g. Anti-estrogens
h. Beta-2 Agonists

Although there is no complete list of banned drugs, a listing of some drugs and a poster is available on the NCAA drug testing website at www.ncaa.org/drugtesting. The institutions and the student-athlete should be held accountable for all drugs within the banned drug class regardless of whether they have been specifically identified. Student-athletes should check with their athletic department staff before consuming any medication or supplement.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1976 PA 451, Sec. 1318, as amended, MCL 380.1318.

Standards of Conduct for Public Officers and Employees   (MCL 15.341-348)
Public Act 196 of 1973, as amended, prescribes standards of conduct for public officers and employees; creates a state board of ethics and prescribe its powers and duties; and prescribes remedies and penalties.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1973 PA 196, as amended, MCL 15.341-348.

State Contracts with Certain Employers Prohibited   (MCL 423.321-324)
Public Act 278 of 1980, as amended, prohibits the state from entering into contracts with certain employers who engage in unfair labor practices.
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1980 PA 278, as amended, MCL 423.321-324.

Youth Tobacco Act   (MCL 722.641-645)
Public Act 31 of 1915, as amended, prohibits both the purchase of tobacco products by a minor under 18 years of age and the provision of tobacco products to a minor, as well as the presentation of a false or fraudulent proof of age. Furthermore, it prohibits the use of tobacco products by minors and the harboring of minors for the purpose of indulging in the use of tobacco products. This law does permit youth to participate in compliance checks for the purpose of satisfying federal Substance Abuse Block Grant Youth Tobacco Access requirements when these checks are conducted under the direction of a Substance Abuse Coordinating Agency and with the prior approval of the State Police or a local policing agency. Finally, the law prescribes penalties for transgressions by both those who furnish and those youth who use tobacco products. (History: 1915 PA 31, 1988 PA 314, 1992 PA 272, 2006 PA 236, effective Sept. 1, 2006.)
   citation notes: Michigan Legislature. (year). Title. 1915 PA 31, as amended, MCL 722.641-645.

State Items in Number Order for Title Cross-Reference:

Public Acts     (PAs become part of MCLs.)
1893 PA 206 General Property Tax Act [PA2 Funds] (MCL 211.24e(11))
1915 PA 31 Youth Tobacco Act (MCL 722.641-645)
1949 PA 300, 625b Michigan Vehicle Code, Excerpt: Operating motor vehicle under the influence- screening, assessment, and rehabilitative services (MCL 257.625b)
1956 PA 218, 3425 Insurance Code, Excerpt: Substance Abuse Care Coverage (MCL 500.3425)
1968 PA 317 Contracts of Public Servants with Public Entities (MCL 15.321-330)
1972 PA 239 Lottery Act (MCL 432.16, 432.41(4), 432.43)
1972 PA 382 Bingo Act (MCL 432.101-120)
1973 PA 196 Standards of Conduct for Public Officers and Employees (MCL 15.341-348)
1976 PA 451 Revised School Code, Excerpt: Performance-enhancing Substances (MCL 380.1318)
1978 PA 368, Part 62 Public Health Code, Excerpt: Substance Abuse Services (MCL 333.6201-6251)
1978 PA 368, Part 73 Public Health Code, Excerpt: Dispensing of Controlled Substances (MCL 333.7303a)
1978 PA 368, Part 177 Public Health Code, Excerpt: Dispensing of Prescription Medication (MCL 333.17745)
1980 PA 278 State Contracts with Certain Employers Prohibited (MCL 423.321-324)
1986 PA 2 General Property Tax Act [PA2 Funds] (MCL 211.24e(11))
1990 PA 31 Athletic Services Providers Act (MCL 333.26301-26306)
1995 PA 279 Horse Racing Law (MCL 431.309a, 431.320(14))
1996 PA 1 Michigan Gaming Control & Revenue Act (MCL 432.201-226)
1997 PA 69 Michigan Gaming Control & Revenue Act (MCL 432.201-226)
1997 PA 70 Compulsive Gaming Prevention Act (MCL 432.251-256)
1997 PA 72 Lottery Act (MCL 432.16, 432.41(4), 432.43)
1997 PA 73 Horse Racing Law (MCL 431.309a, 431.320(14))
2012 PA 500 Mental Health Code, Excerpt: Substance Use Disorder Services (MCL 330.1260-1287)
2012 PA 501 Public Health Code, Excerpt: Substance Abuse Services (MCL 333.6201-6251)
To browse or search PA from 1997 to present, click here
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Michigan Compiled Laws     (MCLs are compilation of PAs and reflect all changes.)
MCL 15.321-330 Contracts of Public Servants with Public Entities
MCL 15.341-348 Standards of Conduct for Public Officers and Employees
MCL 211.24e(11) General Property Tax Act [PA2 Funds]
MCL 257.625b Michigan Vehicle Code, Excerpt: Operating motor vehicle under the influence- screening, assessment, and rehabilitative services
MCL 330.1260-1287 Mental Health Code, Excerpt: Substance Use Disorder Services
MCL 333.6201-6251 Public Health Code, Excerpt: Substance Abuse Services
MCL 333.7303a Public Health Code, Excerpt: Dispensing of Controlled Substances)
MCL 333.17745 Public Health Code, Excerpt: Dispensing of Prescription Medication
MCL 333.26301-26306 Athletic Services Providers Act
MCL 380.1318 Revised School Code, Excerpt: Performance-enhancing Substances
MCL 431.309a, 431.320(14) Horse Racing Law
MCL 432.16, 432.41(4), 432.43
Lottery Act
MCL 432.101-120 Bingo Act
MCL 432.201-226 Michigan Gaming Control & Revenue Act
MCL 432.209c Michigan Gaming Control & Revenue Act, Toll-free compulsive gaming helpline number; posting
MCL 432.251-256 Compulsive Gaming Prevention Act
MCL 423.321-324 State Contracts with Certain Employers Prohibited
MCL 500.3425 Insurance Code, Excerpt: Substance Abuse Care Coverage
MCL 722.641-645 Youth Tobacco Act
For the MCL Chapter Index, click here.
   
Michigan Administrative Code     (Rules that provide detail on how the executive branch will follow the law.)
R 325.4151-325.14428 (not inclusive)
Administrative Rules for LARA Bureau of Health Care Services pertaining to Substance Abuse Services


Federal Legislation & Regulation

Anti-Drug Abuse Act (Within: National Drug Control Policy)   (21 USC 1701-1714)
U.S. Public Law 100-690 (amended portions of PL 99-570, Oct. 1986, 100 STAT. 3207) creates the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) to better plan a nationwide drug control effort and assist Congress in overseeing that effort.
  (Printer-friendly version of PL 100-690, Nov. 1988, 102 Stat. 4181
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 100-690, 21 USC 1701-1714.

Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations   (OMB Circular A-133)
This circular, last revised June 2007, sets forth standards for obtaining consistency and uniformity among federal agencies for the audit of states, local governments, and non-profit organizations expending federal awards. (Rescinds/replaces Circular A-128.)
  See bottom of Circulars webpage for links to Annual Compliance Supplements and Data Collection Form SF-SAC.
   citation notes: Federal Office of Management and Budget Circular. (year). Title. Circular A-133.

Certification of Opioid Treatment Programs   (42 CFR 8)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 42, Part 8, procedures to determine whether a practitioner is qualified to dispense opioid drugs in the treatment of opioid addiction, federal opioid treatment standards, and related information.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 42 CFR 8.

Charitable Choice Under the Community Services Block Grant Act Programs   (45 CFR 1050)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 1050,applies to programs authorized under the Community Services Block Grant Act (42 USC 9901, 9913, 9920, 9921, 9922, 9923), and prohibits discrimination on the basis of an organization's religious character or affiliation. Source: 68 FR 56469, Sept. 2003.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 45 CFR 1050.

Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records   (42 CFR 2)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 42, Part 2, requires records of patients be confidential and only disclosed for purposes expressly authorized.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 42 CFR 2.

Controlled Substance Act (Control and Enforcement)   (21 USC 13 § § 801-904)
U. S. Public Law 91-513, October 1970, 84 Stat.1236, is the legal foundation of the government's fight against abuse of drugs and other substances. It is a consolidation of many laws regulating the manufacture and distribution of narcotics, stimulants, depressants, hallucinogens, steroids and chemicals used in the illicit production of controlled substances. Particularly, is designed to limit and control access to drugs, and allows for finer control of substances through their placement in categories according to their medicinal value, harmfulness, and potential for abuse or addiction.
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 91-513 as amended, 21 USC 13 § § 801-904.

Cost Principles for Non-Profit Organizations   (OMB Circular A-122)
This circular, revised May 2004, establishes principles for determining costs of grants, contracts and other agreements with non-profit organizations.
  (Printer-friendly PDF version of A-122)
   citation notes: Federal Office of Management and Budget Circular. (year). Title. Circular A-122.

Cost Principles for State, Local, and Indian Tribal Governments   (OMB Circular A-87)
This circular, revised May 2004, establishes principles and standards for determining costs for federal awards carried out through grants, cost reimbursement contracts, and other agreements with state and local governments, and federally-recognized Indian tribal governments (governmental units).
  (Printer-friendly PDF version of A-87)
   citation notes: Federal Office of Management and Budget Circular. (year). Title. Circular A-87.

Drug Addiction Treatment Act (Within: Drug Abuse Prevention and Control, Registration Requirements)   (21 USC 823(g))
U. S. Public Law 106-310, Section 3502, Sub-section 823(g), October 2000, 114 Stat. 1122-7 of the Children's Health Act of 2000, provides waiver authority for physicians who dispense or prescribe certain narcotic drugs for maintenance treatment or detoxification treatment.
  After clicking above link, see 'Notes' tab for revision history.
  (Printer-friendly version of Public Law 106-310)
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 106-310, § 823(g), as amended, 21 USC 823(g).

Drug-Free Communities Act   (21 USC 20 § II)
U.S. Public Law 105-20, § 2(b), June 1997, 111 STAT. 234, seeks to reduce substance abuse among youth in communities throughout the United States, and over time, to reduce substance abuse among adults.
  (Printer-friendly version of 21 USC 20)
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 105-20, 21 USC 20 § II.

Drug-Free Workplace Act   (41 USC 81)
U.S. Public Law 100-690, Sections 8102-3, November 1988, require contractors and grantees of federal funds, other than individuals, to certify to the granting agency that it will provide a drug-free workplace.  After clicking above link, see 'Notes' tab for revision history.
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 100-690, Sec. 8102-3, as amended, 41 USC 81, Sec. 8102-3

Drugs Used for the Treatment of Narcotic Addicts   (21 CFR 291)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Part 291, is regarding the use of narcotic drugs (including methadone) in the prolonged maintenance of narcotic dependence.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 21 CFR 291.

Equal Opportunity for Individuals with Disabilities   (42 USC 126)
U.S. Public Law 101-336, Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended, provides a clear and comprehensive national mandate for the elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities.  After clicking above link, see 'Notes' tab for revision history.
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 101-336, as amended, 42 USC 126

Grants and Cooperative Agreements with State and Local Governments   (OMB Circular A-102)
This circular, last revised August 1997, establishes consistency and uniformity among federal agencies in the management of grants and cooperative agreements with state, local, and federally- recognized Indian tribal governments.
  (Printer-friendly PDF version of A-87)
   citation notes: Federal Office of Management and Budget Circular. (year). Title. Circular A-87.

Limitation on use of appropriated funds to influence certain federal contracting and financial transactions [Lobbying]   (31 USC § 1352)
U.S. Public Law 101-121, Oct. 1989, as amended, states no funds appropriated by any Act may be expended by the recipient to pay any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of the executive or legislative branch in connection with any action described in this subsection.
  After clicking above link, see 'Notes' tab for revision history.
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 101-121, as amended, 31 USC § 1352

Non-discrimination- Civil Rights Act, Handicap, Sex, Age (Within: DHHS General Administration)   (45 CFR 80,81,84,85,86,91)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Subtitle A, Subchapter A, Parts listed below, provide non-discrimination guidance for agencies receiving federal assistance.

   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 45 CFR 80,81,84,85,86,91.

OMB Guidelines to Agencies on Government-wide Debarment and Suspension (Non-procurement)   (2 CFR 180)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 2, Part 180, guidance for federal agencies on the government-wide debarment and suspension system for non-procurement programs and activities. (This replaced 45 CFR 76.)
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 1 CFR 180.

Opioid Drugs in Maintenance and Detoxification Treatment of Opiate Addiction; Addition of Buprenorphine and Buprenorphine Combination to List of Approved Opioid Treatment Medications -Interim final rule. Amends 42 CFR Part 8
Federal Register, Volume 68, Number 99, pages 27937-27939, May 2003, interim final rule adds buprenorphine and buprenorphine combination products to the list of approved opioid treatment medications that may be used in federally certified and registered opioid treatment programs.
   citation notes: Federal Register. (year). Title. -Interim final rule. 68 FR 99, pp27937-9.

Protection of Human Subjects   (45 CFR 46)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 46, applies to all research involving human subjects conducted, supported or otherwise subject to regulation by any federal department or agency which takes appropriate administrative action to make the policy applicable to such research. Source: 56 FR 28012,28022, Jun. 1991.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 45 CFR 46.

Poison Prevention Packaging Act (Within: Special Packaging of Household Substances for Protection of Children)   (15 USC § § 1471-7)
U.S. Public Law 91-601, Dec. 1970, 84 Stat. 1670, as amended, establishes standards for the special packaging of a substance to protect children from serious personal injury or serious illness resulting from handling, using, or ingesting such substance. 
 
   citation notes: U.S. Legislature. (year). Title. PL 91-601, 15 USC Ch. 39A, § § 1471-7.

State Law Regarding Sale of Tobacco Products to Individuals Under Age of 18 [Federal Requirements]   (45 CFR 96.130)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 96, Subsection 130, revised 1996, mandates states conduct annual, random, unannounced inspections of both over-the-counter and vending machine outlets.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 45 CFR 96.130.

Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant   (45 CFR 96.L)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 96, Subpart L, revised 1996, enables allocations be made to states for the provision of substance abuse services. It also provides detail regarding certain allocations and requirements (ex. primary prevention, women services, TB and HIV) and defines requirements of states regarding their annual block grant application for funding.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 45 CFR 96.L.

Tobacco Regulation for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grants -Final rule, Amends 45 CFR Part 96 § L
Federal Register, Volume 61, Number 13, pages 1491-1509, Jan. 1996, final rule comments regarding activities to restrict the sale and distribution of tobacco products to individuals under the age of 18.
   citation notes: Federal Register. (year). Title. Final rule. 61 FR 13, pp1492-1509.

Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-profit Organizations   (2 CFR 215)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 2, Part 215, is the relocation of OMB Circular A-110 and provides guidance to federal agencies on the administration of grants to and agreements with institutions of higher education, hospitals, and other non-profit organizations. Source: 69 FR 26281, May 2004.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 2 CFR 215.

Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State, Local, and Tribal Governments   (45 CFR 92)
Code of Federal Regulations, Title 45, Part 92, (formerly OMB Common Rule), establishes uniform administrative rules for federal grants and cooperative agreements and sub-awards to state, local and Indian tribal governments. Source: 53 FR 8079, 8087, Mar. 1988.
   citation notes: Code of Federal Regulations. (year). Title. 45 CFR 95.

Federal Items in Number Order for Title Cross-Reference:

Federal Register     (FR contains most routine publications and public notices of federal government agencies. The final rules promulgated by a federal agency and published in the FR are ultimately reorganized by topic/subject and codified in the CFR, which is updated annually.)
56 FR 28012, 28022 Protection of Human Subjects (45 CFR 46)
61 FR 13, pp1492-1509
Tobacco Regulation for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grants -Final rule, Amends 45 CFR Part 96 § L
68 FR 99, pp27937-9
Opioid Drugs in Maintenance and Detoxification Treatment of Opiate Addiction; Addition of Buprenorphine and Buprenorphine Combination to List of Approved Opioid Treatment Medications -Interim final rule. Amends 42 CFR Part 8
68 FR 56469 Charitable Choice Under the Community Services Block Grant Act Programs (45 CFR 1050)
To browse FR issues from 1994 (Vol. 59) to present, click here.
   
Code of Federal Regulations     (CFR spell out in further detail how the executive branch will interpret the law.)
2 CFR 180 OMB Guidelines to Agencies on Government-wide Debarment and Suspension (Non-procurement)
2 CFR 215 Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-profit Organizations
21 CFR 291 Drugs Used for the Treatment of Narcotic Addicts
42 CFR 2 Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records
42 CFR 8 Certification of Opioid Treatment Programs
42 CFR 8 Opioid Drugs in Maintenance and Detoxification Treatment of Opiate Addiction; Addition of Buprenorphine and Buprenorphine Combination to List of Approved Opioid Treatment Medications -Interim final rule.
45 CFR 46 Protection of Human Subjects
45 CFR 80,81,84,85,86,91
Non-discrimination- Civil Rights Act, Handicap, Sex, Age (Within: DHHS General Administration)
45 CFR 76 Replaced by 2 CFR 180
45 CFR 92 Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State, Local, and Tribal Governments
45 CFR 96.L Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant
45 CFR 96.L Tobacco Regulation for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grants -Final rule
45 CFR 96.130 State Law Regarding Sale of Tobacco Products to Individuals Under Age of 18 [Federal Requirements]
45 CFR 1050 Charitable Choice Under the Community Services Block Grant Act Programs
For the CFR Table of Contents, click here.
   
Office of Management and Budget Circulars     (Instructions or information issued by OMB.)
Circular A-87 Cost Principles for State, Local, and Indian Tribal Governments
Circular A-102 Grants and Cooperative Agreements with State and Local Governments
Circular A-110 see 2 CFR 215
Circular A-122 Cost Principles for Non-Profit Organizations
Circular A-133 Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organization
For the OMB Circular listing, click here.
   
Public Law     (An act of both houses of Congress that is promulgated, which will become part of USC.)
PL 91-513 Controlled Substance Act (21 USC 13 § § 801-904)
PL 91-601 Poison Prevention Packaging Act (Within: Special Packaging of Household Substances for Protection of Children) (15 USC § § 1471-7)
PL 99-570 Anti-Drug Abuse Act (Within: National Drug Control Policy) (21 USC 1701-1714)
PL 100-690 Anti-Drug Abuse Act (Within: National Drug Control Policy) (21 USC 1701-1714)
PL 100-690, Sect. 8102-3
Drug-Free Workplace Act (41 USC 81)
PL 101-121 Limitation on use of appropriated funds to influence certain federal contracting and financial transactions [Lobbying] (31 USC § 1352)
PL 101-336 Equal Opportunity for Individuals with Disabilities (42 USC 126)
PL 105-20 Drug-Free Communities Act (21 USC 20 § II)
PL 106-310, § 823(g) Drug Addiction Treatment Act (Within: Drug Abuse Prevention and Control, Registration Requirements) (21 USC 823(g))
To browse PL from 1995 (104-) to present, click here.
   
United States Code     (USC is a compilation and codification of federal law, it reflects changes made by PL and precedes any CFR.)
15 USC § § 1471-7 Poison Prevention Packaging Act (Within: Special Packaging of Household Substances for Protection of Children)
21 USC 13 § § 801-904
Controlled Substance Act
21 USC 20 § II Drug-Free Communities Act
21 USC 823(g) Drug Addiction Treatment Act of 2000 (Excerpt from: Drug Abuse Prevention and Control, Registration Requirements)
21 USC 1701-1714 Anti-Drug Abuse Act (Excerpt from: National Drug Control Policy)
31 USC § 1352 Limitation on use of appropriated funds to influence certain federal contracting and financial transactions [Lobbying]
41 USC 81 Drug-Free Workplace Act
42 USC 126 Equal Opportunity for Individuals with Disabilities
For the USC Table of Contents, click here.


 

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