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FCC 1.80
Revised as of July 30, 2021
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  §  1.80   Forfeiture proceedings.

   (a) Persons against whom and violations for which a forfeiture may be
   assessed. A forfeiture penalty may be assessed against any person found
   to have:

   (1) Willfully or repeatedly failed to comply substantially with the
   terms and conditions of any license, permit, certificate, or other
   instrument of authorization issued by the Commission;

   (2) Willfully or repeatedly failed to comply with any of the provisions
   of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended; or of any rule,
   regulation or order issued by the Commission under that Act or under
   any treaty, convention, or other agreement to which the United States
   is a party and which is binding on the United States;

   (3) Violated any provision of section 317(c) or 508(a) of the
   Communications Act;

   (4) Violated any provision of sections 227(b) or (e) of the
   Communications Act or of § § 64.1200(a)(1) through (5) and 64.1604 of
   this title;

   (5) Violated any provision of section 511(a) or (b) of the
   Communications Act or of paragraph (b)(6) of this section;

   (6) Violated any provision of section 1304, 1343, or 1464 of Title 18,
   United States Code; or

   (7) Violated any provision of section 6507 of the Middle Class Tax
   Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 or any rule, regulation, or order
   issued by the Commission under that statute.

   Note 1 to paragraph (a): A forfeiture penalty assessed under this
   section is in addition to any other penalty provided for by the
   Communications Act, except that the penalties provided for in
   paragraphs (b)(1) through (4) of this section shall not apply to
   conduct which is subject to a forfeiture penalty or fine under sections
   202(c), 203(e), 205(b), 214(d), 219(b), 220(d), 223(b), 364(a), 364(b),
   386(a), 386(b), 506, and 634 of the Communications Act. The remaining
   provisions of this section are applicable to such conduct.

   (b) Limits on the amount of forfeiture assessed.—(1) Forfeiture penalty
   for a broadcast station licensee, permittee, cable television operator,
   or applicant. If the violator is a broadcast station licensee or
   permittee, a cable television operator, or an applicant for any
   broadcast or cable television operator license, permit, certificate, or
   other instrument of authorization issued by the Commission, except as
   otherwise noted in this paragraph (b)(1), the forfeiture penalty under
   this section shall not exceed $51,827 for each violation or each day of
   a continuing violation, except that the amount assessed for any
   continuing violation shall not exceed a total of $518,283 for any
   single act or failure to act described in paragraph (a) of this
   section. There is no limit on forfeiture assessments for EEO violations
   by cable operators that occur after notification by the Commission of a
   potential violation. See section 634(f)(2) of the Communications Act.
   Notwithstanding the foregoing in this section, if the violator is a
   broadcast station licensee or permittee or an applicant for any
   broadcast license, permit, certificate, or other instrument of
   authorization issued by the Commission, and if the violator is
   determined by the Commission to have broadcast obscene, indecent, or
   profane material, the forfeiture penalty under this section shall not
   exceed $419,353 for each violation or each day of a continuing
   violation, except that the amount assessed for any continuing violation
   shall not exceed a total of $3,870,946 for any single act or failure to
   act described in paragraph (a) of this section.

   (2) Forfeiture penalty for a common carrier or applicant. If the
   violator is a common carrier subject to the provisions of the
   Communications Act or an applicant for any common carrier license,
   permit, certificate, or other instrument of authorization issued by the
   Commission, the amount of any forfeiture penalty determined under this
   section shall not exceed $207,314 for each violation or each day of a
   continuing violation, except that the amount assessed for any
   continuing violation shall not exceed a total of $2,073,133 for any
   single act or failure to act described in paragraph (a) of this
   section.

   (3) Forfeiture penalty for a manufacturer or service provider. If the
   violator is a manufacturer or service provider subject to the
   requirements of section 255, 716, or 718 of the Communications Act, and
   is determined by the Commission to have violated any such requirement,
   the manufacturer or service provider shall be liable to the United
   States for a forfeiture penalty of not more than $119,055 for each
   violation or each day of a continuing violation, except that the amount
   assessed for any continuing violation shall not exceed a total of
   $1,190,546 for any single act or failure to act.

   (4) Forfeiture penalty for a 227(e) violation. Any person determined to
   have violated section 227(e) of the Communications Act or the rules
   issued by the Commission under section 227(e) of the Communications Act
   shall be liable to the United States for a forfeiture penalty of not
   more than $11,905 for each violation or three times that amount for
   each day of a continuing violation, except that the amount assessed for
   any continuing violation shall not exceed a total of $1,190,546 for any
   single act or failure to act. Such penalty shall be in addition to any
   other forfeiture penalty provided for by the Communications Act.

   (5) Forfeiture penalty for a 227(b)(4)(B) violation. Any person
   determined to have violated section 227(b)(4)(B) of the Communications
   Act or the rules in 47 CFR part 64 issued by the Commission under
   section 227(b)(4)(B) of the Communications Act shall be liable to the
   United States for a forfeiture penalty determined in accordance with
   paragraphs (A)-(F) of section 503(b)(2) plus an additional penalty not
   to exceed $10,118.

   (6) Forfeiture penalty for pirate radio broadcasting. (i) Any person
   who willfully and knowingly does or causes or suffers to be done any
   pirate radio broadcasting shall be subject to a fine of not more than
   $2,023,640; and

   (ii) Any person who willfully and knowingly violates the Act or any
   rule, regulation, restriction, or condition made or imposed by the
   Commission under authority of the Act, or any rule, regulation,
   restriction, or condition made or imposed by any international radio or
   wire communications treaty or convention, or regulations annexed
   thereto, to which the United States is party, relating to pirate radio
   broadcasting shall, in addition to any other penalties provided by law,
   be subject to a fine of not more than $101,182 for each day during
   which such offense occurs, in accordance with the limit described in
   this section.

   (7) Forfeiture penalty for a section 6507(b)(4) Tax Relief Act
   violation. If a violator who is granted access to the Do-Not-Call
   registry of public safety answering points discloses or disseminates
   any registered telephone number without authorization, in violation of
   section 6507(b)(4) of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act
   of 2012 or the Commission's implementing rules in 47 CFR part 64, the
   monetary penalty for such unauthorized disclosure or dissemination of a
   telephone number from the registry shall be not less than $111,493 per
   incident nor more than $1,114,929 per incident depending upon whether
   the conduct leading to the violation was negligent, grossly negligent,
   reckless, or willful, and depending on whether the violation was a
   first or subsequent offense.

   (8) Forfeiture penalty for a section 6507(b)(5) Tax Relief Act
   violation. If a violator uses automatic dialing equipment to contact a
   telephone number on the Do-Not-Call registry of public safety answering
   points, in violation of section 6507(b)(5) of the Middle Class Tax
   Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012 or the Commission's implementing
   rules in 47 CFR part 64, the monetary penalty for contacting such a
   telephone number shall be not less than $11,149 per call nor more than
   $111,493 per call depending on whether the violation was negligent,
   grossly negligent, reckless, or willful, and depending on whether the
   violation was a first or subsequent offense.

   (9) Maximum forfeiture penalty for any case not previously covered. In
   any case not covered in paragraphs (b)(1) through (8) of this section,
   the amount of any forfeiture penalty determined under this section
   shall not exceed $20,731 for each violation or each day of a continuing
   violation, except that the amount assessed for any continuing violation
   shall not exceed a total of $155,485 for any single act or failure to
   act described in paragraph (a) of this section.

   (10) Factors considered in determining the amount of the forfeiture
   penalty. In determining the amount of the forfeiture penalty, the
   Commission or its designee will take into account the nature,
   circumstances, extent and gravity of the violations and, with respect
   to the violator, the degree of culpability, any history of prior
   offenses, ability to pay, and such other matters as justice may
   require.

   Table 1 to Paragraph (b)(10)—Base Amounts for Section 503 Forfeitures
   Forfeitures Violation
   amount
   Misrepresentation/lack of candor (1)
   Failure to file required DODC required forms, and/or filing materially
   inaccurate or incomplete DODC information $15,000
   Construction and/or operation without an instrument of authorization
   for the service 10,000
   Failure to comply with prescribed lighting and/or marking 10,000
   Violation of public file rules 10,000
   Violation of political rules: Reasonable access, lowest unit charge,
   equal opportunity, and discrimination 9,000
   Unauthorized substantial transfer of control 8,000
   Violation of children's television commercialization or programming
   requirements 8,000
   Violations of rules relating to distress and safety frequencies 8,000
   False distress communications 8,000
   EAS equipment not installed or operational 8,000
   Alien ownership violation 8,000
   Failure to permit inspection 7,000
   Transmission of indecent/obscene materials 7,000
   Interference 7,000
   Importation or marketing of unauthorized equipment 7,000
   Exceeding of authorized antenna height 5,000
   Fraud by wire, radio or television 5,000
   Unauthorized discontinuance of service 5,000
   Use of unauthorized equipment 5,000
   Exceeding power limits 4,000
   Failure to respond to Commission communications 4,000
   Violation of sponsorship ID requirements 4,000
   Unauthorized emissions 4,000
   Using unauthorized frequency 4,000
   Failure to engage in required frequency coordination 4,000
   Construction or operation at unauthorized location 4,000
   Violation of requirements pertaining to broadcasting of lotteries or
   contests 4,000
   Violation of transmitter control and metering requirements 3,000
   Failure to file required forms or information 3,000
   Failure to make required measurements or conduct required monitoring
   2,000
   Failure to provide station ID 1,000
   Unauthorized pro forma transfer of control 1,000
   Failure to maintain required records 1,000

   Table 2 to Paragraph (b) (10)—Violations Unique to the Service
   Violation Services affected Amount
   Unauthorized conversion of long distance telephone service Common
   Carrier $40,000
   Violation of operator services requirements Common Carrier 7,000
   Violation of pay-per-call requirements Common Carrier 7,000
   Failure to implement rate reduction or refund order Cable 7,500
   Violation of cable program access rules Cable 7,500
   Violation of cable leased access rules Cable 7,500
   Violation of cable cross-ownership rules Cable 7,500
   Violation of cable broadcast carriage rules Cable 7,500
   Violation of pole attachment rules Cable 7,500
   Failure to maintain directional pattern within prescribed parameters
   Broadcast 7,000
   Violation of broadcast hoax rule Broadcast 7,000
   AM tower fencing Broadcast 7,000
   Broadcasting telephone conversations without authorization Broadcast
   4,000
   Violation of enhanced underwriting requirements Broadcast 2,000

   Table 3 to Paragraph (b) (10)—Adjustment Criteria for Section 503
   Forfeitures

   Upward Adjustment Criteria:
   (1) Egregious misconduct.
   (2) Ability to pay/relative disincentive.
   (3) Intentional violation.
   (4) Substantial harm.
   (5) Prior violations of any FCC requirements.
   (6) Substantial economic gain.
   (7) Repeated or continuous violation.
   Downward Adjustment Criteria:
   (1) Minor violation.
   (2) Good faith or voluntary disclosure.
   (3) History of overall compliance.
   (4) Inability to pay.

   Table 4 to Paragraph (b)(10)—Non-Section 503 Forfeitures That Are
   Affected by the Downward Adjustment Factors^1
   Violation Statutory amount after 2021 annual inflation adjustment
   Sec. 202(c) Common Carrier Discrimination $12,439, $622/day.
   Sec. 203(e) Common Carrier Tariffs $12,439, $622/day.
   Sec. 205(b) Common Carrier Prescriptions $24,877.
   Sec. 214(d) Common Carrier Line Extensions $2,487/day.
   Sec. 219(b) Common Carrier Reports $2,487/day.
   Sec. 220(d) Common Carrier Records & Accounts $12,439/day.
   Sec. 223(b) Dial-a-Porn $128,904/day.
   Sec. 227(e) Caller Identification $11,905/violation. *$35,715/day for
   each day of continuing violation, up to $1,190,546 for any single act
   or failure to act.
   Sec. 364(a) Forfeitures (Ships) $10,366/day (owner).
   Sec. 364(b) Forfeitures (Ships) $2,074 (vessel master).
   Sec. 386(a) Forfeitures (Ships) $10,366/day (owner).
   Sec. 386(b) Forfeitures (Ships) $2,074 (vessel master).
   Sec. 511 Pirate Radio Broadcasting $2,023,640, $101,182/day.
   Sec. 634 Cable EEO $919/day.

   ^1Unlike section 503 of the Act, which establishes maximum forfeiture
   amounts, other sections of the Act, with two exceptions, state
   prescribed amounts of forfeitures for violations of the relevant
   section. These amounts are then subject to mitigation or remission
   under section 504 of the Act. One exception is section 223 of the Act,
   which provides a maximum forfeiture per day. For convenience, the
   Commission will treat this amount as if it were a prescribed base
   amount, subject to downward adjustments. The other exception is section
   227(e) of the Act, which provides maximum forfeitures per violation,
   and for continuing violations. The Commission will apply the factors
   set forth in section 503(b)(2)(E) of the Act and this table 4 to
   determine the amount of the penalty to assess in any particular
   situation. The amounts in this table 4 are adjusted for inflation
   pursuant to the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 (DCIA), 28
   U.S.C. 2461. These non-section 503 forfeitures may be adjusted downward
   using the “Downward Adjustment Criteria” shown for section 503
   forfeitures in table 3 to this paragraph (b)(10).

   Note 2 to paragraph (b)(10): Guidelines for Assessing Forfeitures. The
   Commission and its staff may use the guidelines in tables 1 through 4
   of this paragraph (b)(10) in particular cases. The Commission and its
   staff retain the discretion to issue a higher or lower forfeiture than
   provided in the guidelines, to issue no forfeiture at all, or to apply
   alternative or additional sanctions as permitted by the statute. The
   forfeiture ceilings per violation or per day for a continuing violation
   stated in section 503 of the Communications Act and the Commission's
   rules are described in paragraph (b)(11) of this section. These
   statutory maxima became effective September 13, 2013. Forfeitures
   issued under other sections of the Act are dealt with separately in
   table 4 to this paragraph (b)(10).

   (11) Inflation adjustments to the maximum forfeiture amount. (i)
   Pursuant to the Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act
   Improvements Act of 2015, Public Law 114-74 (129 Stat. 599-600), which
   amends the Federal Civil Monetary Penalty Inflation Adjustment Act of
   1990, Public Law 101-410 (104 Stat. 890; 28 U.S.C. 2461 note), the
   statutory maximum amount of a forfeiture penalty assessed under this
   section shall be adjusted annually for inflation by order published no
   later than January 15 each year. Annual inflation adjustments will be
   based on the percentage (if any) by which the Consumer Price Index for
   all Urban Consumers (CPI-U) for October preceding the date of the
   adjustment exceeds the prior year's CPI-U for October. The Office of
   Management and Budget (OMB) will issue adjustment rate guidance no
   later than December 15 each year to adjust for inflation in the CPI-U
   as of the most recent October.

   (ii) The application of the annual inflation adjustment required by the
   foregoing Federal Civil Penalties Inflation Adjustment Act Improvements
   Act of 2015 results in the following adjusted statutory maximum
   forfeitures authorized by the Communications Act:

   Table 5 to Paragraph (b)(11)(ii)
   U.S. Code citation Maximum penalty after 2021 annual inflation
   adjustment
   47 U.S.C. 202(c) $12,439
   622
   47 U.S.C. 203(e) 12,439
   622
   47 U.S.C. 205(b) 24,877
   47 U.S.C. 214(d) 2,487
   47 U.S.C. 219(b) 2,487
   47 U.S.C. 220(d) 12,439
   47 U.S.C. 223(b) 128,904
   47 U.S.C. 227(e) 11,905
   35,715
   1,190,546
   47 U.S.C. 362(a) 10,366
   47 U.S.C. 362(b) 2,074
   47 U.S.C. 386(a) 10,366
   47 U.S.C. 386(b) 2,074
   47 U.S.C. 503(b)(2)(A) 51,827
   518,283
   47 U.S.C. 503(b)(2)(B) 207,314
   2,073,133
   47 U.S.C. 503(b)(2)(C) 419,353
   3,870,946
   47 U.S.C. 503(b)(2)(D)
   20,731
   155,485
   47 U.S.C. 503(b)(2)(F) 119,055
   1,190,546
   47 U.S.C. 507(a) 2,053
   47 U.S.C. 507(b) 301
   47 U.S.C. 511 2,023,640
   101,182
   47 U.S.C. 554 919

   Note 3 to paragraph (b) (11): Pursuant to Public Law 104-134, the first
   inflation adjustment cannot exceed 10 percent of the statutory maximum
   amount.

   (c) Limits on the time when a proceeding may be initiated. (1) In the
   case of a broadcast station, no forfeiture penalty shall be imposed if
   the violation occurred more than 1 year prior to the issuance of the
   appropriate notice or prior to the date of commencement of the current
   license term, whichever is earlier. For purposes of this paragraph,
   “date of commencement of the current license term” means the date of
   commencement of the last term of license for which the licensee has
   been granted a license by the Commission. A separate license term shall
   not be deemed to have commenced as a result of continuing a license in
   effect under section 307(c) pending decision on an application for
   renewal of the license.

   (2) In the case of a forfeiture imposed against a carrier under
   sections 202(c), 203(e), and 220(d), no forfeiture will be imposed if
   the violation occurred more than 5 years prior to the issuance of a
   notice of apparent liability.

   (3) In the case of a forfeiture imposed under section 227(e), no
   forfeiture will be imposed if the violation occurred more than 4 years
   prior to the date on which the appropriate notice was issued.

   (4) In the case of a forfeiture imposed under section 227(b)(4)(B), no
   forfeiture will be imposed if the violation occurred more than 4 years
   prior to the date on which the appropriate notice is issued.

   (5) In all other cases, no penalty shall be imposed if the violation
   occurred more than 1 year prior to the date on which the appropriate
   notice is issued.

   (d) Preliminary procedure in some cases; citations. Except for a
   forfeiture imposed under sections 227(b), 227(e)(5), 511(a), and 511(b)
   of the Act, no forfeiture penalty shall be imposed upon any person
   under the preceding sections if such person does not hold a license,
   permit, certificate, or other authorization issued by the Commission,
   and if such person is not an applicant for a license, permit,
   certificate, or other authorization issued by the Commission, unless,
   prior to the issuance of the appropriate notice, such person:

   (1) Is sent a citation reciting the violation charged;

   (2) Is given a reasonable opportunity (usually 30 days) to request a
   personal interview with a Commission official, at the field office
   which is nearest to such person's place of residence; and

   (3) Subsequently engages in conduct of the type described in the
   citation. However, a forfeiture penalty may be imposed, if such person
   is engaged in (and the violation relates to) activities for which a
   license, permit, certificate, or other authorization is required or if
   such person is a cable television operator, or in the case of
   violations of section 303(q), if the person involved is a nonlicensee
   tower owner who has previously received notice of the obligations
   imposed by section 303(q) from the Commission or the permittee or
   licensee who uses that tower. Paragraph (c) of this section does not
   limit the issuance of citations. When the requirements of this
   paragraph have been satisfied with respect to a particular violation by
   a particular person, a forfeiture penalty may be imposed upon such
   person for conduct of the type described in the citation without
   issuance of an additional citation.

   (e) Preliminary procedure in Preventing Illegal Radio Abuse Through
   Enforcement Act (PIRATE Act) cases. Absent good cause, in any case
   alleging a violation of subsection (a) or (b) of section 511 of the
   Act, the Commission shall proceed directly to issue a notice of
   apparent liability for forfeiture without first issuing a notice of
   unlicensed operation.

   (f) Alternative procedures. In the discretion of the Commission, a
   forfeiture proceeding may be initiated either: (1) By issuing a notice
   of apparent liability, in accordance with paragraph (f) of this
   section, or (2) a notice of opportunity for hearing, in accordance with
   paragraph (g).

   (g) Notice of apparent liability. Before imposing a forfeiture penalty
   under the provisions of this paragraph, the Commission or its designee
   will issue a written notice of apparent liability.

   (1) Content of notice. The notice of apparent liability will:

   (i) Identify each specific provision, term, or condition of any act,
   rule, regulation, order, treaty, convention, or other agreement,
   license, permit, certificate, or instrument of authorization which the
   respondent has apparently violated or with which he has failed to
   comply,

   (ii) Set forth the nature of the act or omission charged against the
   respondent and the facts upon which such charge is based,

   (iii) State the date(s) on which such conduct occurred, and

   (iv) Specify the amount of the apparent forfeiture penalty.

   (2) Delivery. The notice of apparent liability will be sent to the
   respondent, by certified mail, at his last known address (see § 1.5).

   (3) Response. The respondent will be afforded a reasonable period of
   time (usually 30 days from the date of the notice) to show, in writing,
   why a forfeiture penalty should not be imposed or should be reduced, or
   to pay the forfeiture. Any showing as to why the forfeiture should not
   be imposed or should be reduced shall include a detailed factual
   statement and such documentation and affidavits as may be pertinent.

   (4) Forfeiture order. If the proposed forfeiture penalty is not paid in
   full in response to the notice of apparent liability, the Commission,
   upon considering all relevant information available to it, will issue
   an order canceling or reducing the proposed forfeiture or requiring
   that it be paid in full and stating the date by which the forfeiture
   must be paid.

   (5) Judicial enforcement of forfeiture order. If the forfeiture is not
   paid, the case will be referred to the Department of Justice for
   collection under section 504(a) of the Communications Act.

   (h) Notice of opportunity for hearing. The procedures set out in this
   paragraph apply only when a formal hearing under section 503(b)(3)(A)
   of the Communications Act is being held to determine whether to assess
   a forfeiture penalty.

   (1) Before imposing a forfeiture penalty, the Commission may, in its
   discretion, issue a notice of opportunity for hearing. The formal
   hearing proceeding shall be conducted by an administrative law judge
   under procedures set out in subpart B of this part, including
   procedures for appeal and review of initial decisions. A final
   Commission order assessing a forfeiture under the provisions of this
   paragraph is subject to judicial review under section 402(a) of the
   Communications Act.

   (2) If, after a forfeiture penalty is imposed and not appealed or after
   a court enters final judgment in favor of the Commission, the
   forfeiture is not paid, the Commission will refer the matter to the
   Department of Justice for collection. In an action to recover the
   forfeiture, the validity and appropriateness of the order imposing the
   forfeiture are not subject to review.

   (3) Where the possible assessment of a forfeiture is an issue in a
   hearing proceeding to determine whether a pending application should be
   granted, and the application is dismissed pursuant to a settlement
   agreement or otherwise, and the presiding judge has not made a
   determination on the forfeiture issue, the presiding judge shall
   forward the order of dismissal to the attention of the full Commission.
   Within the time provided by § 1.117, the Commission may, on its own
   motion, proceed with a determination of whether a forfeiture against
   the applicant is warranted. If the Commission so proceeds, it will
   provide the applicant with a reasonable opportunity to respond to the
   forfeiture issue (see paragraph (f)(3) of this section) and make a
   determination under the procedures outlined in paragraph (f) of this
   section.

   (i) Payment. The forfeiture should be paid electronically using the
   Commission's electronic payment system in accordance with the
   procedures set forth on the Commission's website,
   www.fcc.gov/licensing-databases/fees.

   (j) Remission and mitigation. In its discretion, the Commission, or its
   designee, may remit or reduce any forfeiture imposed under this
   section. After issuance of a forfeiture order, any request that it do
   so shall be submitted as a petition for reconsideration pursuant to
   § 1.106.

   (k) Effective date. Amendments to paragraph (b) of this section
   implementing Pub. L. No. 101-239 are effective December 19, 1989.

   [ 43 FR 49308 , Oct. 23, 1978, as amended at  48 FR 15631 , Apr. 12, 1983;
    50 FR 40855 , Oct. 7, 1985;  55 FR 25605 , June 22, 1990;  56 FR 25638 ,
   June 5, 1991;  57 FR 23161 , June 2, 1992;  57 FR 47006 , Oct. 14, 1992;  57 FR 48333 , Oct. 23, 1992;  58 FR 6896 , Feb. 3, 1993;  58 FR 27473 , May 10,
   1993;  62 FR 4918 , Feb. 3, 1997;  62 FR 43475 , Aug. 14, 1997;  63 FR 26992 , May 15, 1998;  65 FR 60868 , Oct. 13, 2000;  69 FR 47789 , Aug. 6,
   2004;  72 FR 33914 , June 20, 2007;  73 FR 9018 , Feb. 19, 2008;  73 FR 44664 , July 31, 2008;  76 FR 43203 , July 20, 2011;  76 FR 82388 , Dec. 30,
   2011;  77 FR 71137 , Nov. 29, 2012;  78 FR 10100 , Feb. 13, 2013;  78 FR 49371 , Aug. 14, 2013;  81 FR 42555 , June 30, 2016;  82 FR 8171 , Jan. 24,
   2017;  82 FR 57882 , Dec. 8, 2017;  83 FR 4600 , Feb. 1. 2018;  84 FR 2462 ,
   Feb. 7, 2019;  85 FR 2318 , Jan. 15, 2020;  85 FR 22029 , Apr. 21, 2020;  85 FR 38333 , June 26, 2020;  85 FR 63172 , Oct. 6, 2020;  86 FR 3830 , Jan.
   15, 2021;  86 FR 15797 , Mar. 25, 2021;  86 FR 18159 , Apr. 7, 2021]

   


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