If you have not been able to find a relevant C.C.R. section through one of the methods discussed above, you can search for regulations topically by using one of the following methods:
You can also search by topic in the publicly available online version of the C.C.R. Click on "Search" at the upper right-hand of the homepage and then choose the "Search for Words" option. Enter your keywords in the box. You can use AND and OR to link your terms and phrases, and you can truncate terms with an exclamation point (!) to pull up different versions of a particular word (e.g., accommodat! will retrieve documents containing the words accommodate, accommodating, accommodation).
Also, the site allows you to use the proximity connector /# to specify that your terms need to be within a certain distance of each other in each document, the connector /s to specify that the terms need to be within the same sentence, and the connector /p to specify that they need to be within the same paragraph.
Further, be sure to place quotation marks around exact phrases (e.g., "age discrimination").