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Explanations and Justifications (E&Js) chronological index

The chronological index for the FEC's Explanations and Justifications (E&Js) is organized by the date of transmittal to Congress or publication in the Federal Register. To locate the E&J for a particular regulation, select the decade that contains the year in which the E&J was published. Then, on the page for that decade, look up the title of the E&J and select the year listed.

Other E&J indexes

Citation Index

In the Citation Index, the E&Js are indexed by citation. The citations are listed numerically, then indexed chronologically.

Appendix and conversion tables: past-to-current citations

The appendix and conversion tables show previously different citations for current regulations.