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The three standards for web accessibility adopted by the Government are as follows:
Some elements on this website do not comply with the three standards adopted by the Government:
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|Display the list of regulations made under a given statute.
|Display the historical versions of a section or article, a schedule, etc.
|Print a document.
|Link to external website.
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