Title 42 of the United States Code


Title 42 of the United States Code

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Title 42 of the United States Code is the title of the United States Code dealing with public health and social welfare

*—The Public Heath Service
*—The Public Health Service; Supplemental Provisions
*—Sanitation and Quarantine
*—Leprosy
*—Cancer
*—Viruses, Serums, Toxins, Antitoxins, Etc.
*—Maternity and Infancy Welfare and Hygiene
*—The Children's Bureau
*—Public Health Service (Public Health Service Act)
*—Social Security
*—Temporary Unemployment Compensation Program
*—Low-Income Housing
*—Slum Clearance, Urban Renewal, and Farm Housing
*—Public Works or Facilities
*—Open-Space Land
*—Housing of Persons Engaged in National Defense
*—Federal Security Agency
*—Compensation for Disability or Death to Persons Employed at Military, Air, and Naval Bases Outside United States
*—Compensation for Injury, Death, or Detention of Employees of Contractors with United States Outside United States
*—School Lunch Programs
*—Child Nutrition
*—Development and Control of Atomic Energy
*—Disaster Relief
*—Reciprocal Fire Protection Agreements
*—Air Pollution Control
*—National Science Foundation
*—Grants for Support of Scientific Research
*—Contracts for Scientific and Technological Research
*—Federal Employment Service
*—Youth Medals
*—Saline and Salt Waters
*—Water Resources Research Program
*—Water Resources Planning
*—Elective Franchise
*—Civil Rights Commission
*—Civil Rights
*—Privacy Protection
*—Religious Freedom Restoration
*—Protection of Religious Exercise in Land Use and by Institutionalized Persons
*—Indian Hospitals and Health Facilities
*—Development and Control of Atomic Energy
*—Disposal of Atomic Energy Communities
*—Federal Flood Insurance
*—National Space Program
*—National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program
*—Biomedical Research in Space
*—Loan Service of Captioned Films and Educational Media for Handicapped
*—Area Redevelopment Program
*—Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Offenses Control
*—Manpower Development and Training Program
*—Public Works Acceleration Program
*—Third Party Liability for Hospital and Medical Care
*—Community Mental Health Centers
*—Economic Opportunity Program
*—Programs for Older Americans
*—Community Service Employment for Older Americans
*—Compensation of Condemnees in Development Programs
*—Community Facilities and Advance Land Acquisition
*—Public Works and Economic Development
*—Solid Waste Disposal
*—Soil Information Assistance for Community Planning and Resource Development
*—Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Program
*—Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation
*—Department of Health and Human Services
*—Department of Housing and Urban Development
*—Fair Housing
*—Justice System Improvement
*—Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Control
*—Guarantees for Financing New Community Land Development
*—National Housing Partnerships
*—National Flood Insurance
*—Design and Construction of Public Buildings to Accommodate Physically Handicapped
*—Intergovernmental Cooperation
*—Joint Funding Simplification
*—Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relation
*—Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People
*—National Environmental Policy
*—Environmental Quality Improvement
*—Environmental Pollution Study
*—Disaster Relief
*—National Urban Policy And New Community Development
*—Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation Program
*—Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies for Federal and Federally Assisted Programs
*— [Intergovernmental Personnel Act|Intergovernmental Personnel Program]
*—Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention
*—Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction
*—Public Service Employment Programs
*—Noise Control
*—Domestic Volunteer Services
*—Child Abuse Prevention And Treatment And Adoption Reform
*—Disaster Relief
*—Community Development
*—Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards
*—Solar Energy
*—Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
*—Development of Energy Sources
*—Nonnuclear Energy Research and Development
*—Programs for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities
*—Age Discrimination in Federally Assisted Programs
*—Energy Conservation
*—National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska
*—Science and Technology Policy, Organization and Priorities
*—Public Works Employment
*—Energy Conservation and Resource Renewal
*—Solid Waste Disposal
*—Energy Extension Service
*—Department of Energy
*—Air Pollution Prevention and Control
*—Earthquake Hazards Reduction
*—Water Research And Development
*—Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control
*—Congregate Housing Services
*—Neighborhood and City Reinvestment, Self-Help and Revitalization
*—National Energy Conservation Policy
*—Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use
*—Emergency Energy Conservation
*—Low-Income Energy Assistance
*—United States Synthetic Fuels Corporation
*—Biomass Energy And Alcohol Fuels
*—Acid Precipitation Program And Carbon Dioxide Study
*—Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Research And Development
*—Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion
*—Wind Energy Systems
*—Magnetic Fusion Energy Engineering
*—Mental Health Systems
*—Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, And Liability
*—Nuclear Safety Research, Development, And Demonstration
*—Community Services Programs
*—Community Services Block Grant Program
*—Consumer-Patient Radiation Health And Safety
*—Nuclear Waste Policy
*—Water Resources Research
*—Membrane Processes Research
*—Family Violence Prevention And Services
*—Emergency Federal Law Enforcement Assistance
*—Victim Compensation And Assistance
*—State Justice Institute
*—Protection And Advocacy For Mentally Ill Individuals
*—Child Development Associate Scholarship Assistance Program
*—Emergency Planning And Community Right-To-Know
*—Encouraging Good Faith Professional Review Activities
*—Alzheimers Disease And Related Dementias Research
*—Homeless Assistance
*—Enterprise Zone Development
*—International Child Abduction Remedies
*—Native Hawaiian Health Care
*—Drug Abuse Education and Prevention
*—Public Housing Drug Elimination
*—Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Technology Competitiveness
*—Equal Opportunity For Individuals With Disabilities
*—Coordinated Services For Children, Youth, And Families
*—Hydrogen Research, Development, And Demonstration Program
*—National and Community Service
*—National Affordable Housing
*—Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS
*—Victims of Child Abuse
*—Pollution Prevention
*—Energy Policy
*—Residency and Service Requirements in Federally Assisted Housing
*—Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement
*—Management of Rechargeable Batteries and Batteries Containing Mercury
*—Assisted Suicide Funding Restriction
*—Volunteer Protection
*—Criminal Justice Identification, Information, and Communication
*—Jennifer's Law
*—Commercial Space Opportunities and Transportation Services
*—Poison Control Center Enhancement and Awareness
*—Intercountry Adoptions
*—Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights
*—Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor and Tributes
*—Election Administration Improvement
*—Prison Rape Elimination
*—Windstorm Impact Reduction

External links

* [http://www.access.gpo.gov/uscode/title42/title42.html U.S. Code Title 42] , via United States Government Printing Office
* [http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/42 U.S. Code Title 42] , via Cornell University


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