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Important materials generated by the President include:
- Executive orders: statements by the President that instruct government agencies to take specific actions.
- Proclamations: ceremonial statements, such as those declaring holidays.
- Signing and veto statements: formal statements explaining the President's decision to sign or veto a bill.
Code of Federal Regulations (Title 3)
Call Number: 2nd Floor Row 203A-203B
Each year's edition of the CFR publishes that year's executive orders in Title 3. The CFR is available from a variety of sources but the most complete is HeinOnline's complete scans of all CFR editions since the CFR was first published in 1938, including all executive orders.