Public service law in the United States

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Public service law in the United States is the body of law, primarily based on a multitude of statutes, which establishes and organizes the delivery of public services in the United States.

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Administrative law[edit]

Education[edit]

Health[edit]

Housing[edit]

Utilities[edit]

Energy[edit]

Water[edit]

Transport[edit]

Communications[edit]

Telecomms[edit]

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Agriculture and environment[edit]

Taxation[edit]

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