A bill which has been approved or "enacted" by both houses of the General Assembly and has become a law either with or without the Governor's signature. The acts adopted in each session of the legislature are published annually in bound volumes, called the Session Laws of Colorado. Acts are also compiled, edited and published in Colorado Revised Statutes.
The Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 (52 U.S.C. §§30101 et seq.), as amended. 100.18. Prior to September 1, 2014, the Act appeared in Title 2 of the U.S. Code. A conversion table is available on FEC.gov.
Act has been defined 21 different ways in documents like Regulation 13-105 Definitions, Legislative Terminology, Legislative Terminology, and 7 more.