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Updating Arizona Regulations with Westlaw

Just like with statutes, there are three things you want to know when you are updating a regulation.

  1. Do you have the most current version of the regulation (or was there a recent amendment)?
  2. Are there any proposed regulations that might soon amend your regulation?
  3. Has the regulation received any negative treatment from case law?

Most Current Version

On Westlaw, a regulation with a recently adopted amendment that changes the text of the regulation will have a red flag. 

If an A.A.C. section has a "Adopted Regulation" red flag, click on the flag to see the new current text of the regulation, because the version you see on the screen is the old version.

Example: A.A.C. R9-19-305. Fetal Death Registration

Proposed Amendments to Regulations

On Westlaw, a regulation with a proposed amendment will have a yellow flag. 

If an A.A.C. section has a "Proposed Regulation" yellow flag, click on the flag to see the text of the proposed regulation. 

Example: A.A.C. R9-19-305. Fetal Death Registration

Negative Treatment from Case Law

On Westlaw, a regulation with negative case law treatment will have a yellow or red flag. 

If an A.A.C. section has a negative treatment yellow or red flag, click on it to see the negative treatment that it has received. 

Example: A.A.C. R9-10-1508. Patient Rights