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After a bill becomes law, it is first published separately as a slip law. Slip laws are later republished in the Statutes at Large, in a chronological arrangement. The general and permanent laws are then consolidated and codified under fifty subject titles in the United States Code. The first official appearance of the law, the slip law provides references to the Statutes at Large citation and the bill number. At the end of each slip law is a legislative history.
The text of Public Laws from the 104th Congress to the present. Available as soon as the text is received from GPO. The text of Enrolled (final) versions of legislation is available from the 101st Congress to the present.