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‘FAQ’ doesn’t have force of law   (access required)

FAQs, or “Frequently Asked Questions,” in a government guide are not the kind of legal statement that can be challenged in a court action, the 4th Circuit has said in a case involving gun dealers. Two dealers, one from Virginia and one from North Carolina, asked the 4th Circuit to overturn a “Frequently Asked Question” in ...

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