laws , policies , and regulations ?

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    I have googled around but I am still confused about some of the differences between these.

    I know law is the top level , regulations are subordinate to laws but still enforceable , and policies are not enforceable by country , state , or town but the business can use them to keep employs in line (sort of)

    Question 1)
    I know congress is the only people that can define country/federal law
    but who is able to define country/federal regulations ?
    (i.e which place or people are allowed to do that... is it just the CDC , EPA , IRS , congress or is their others)

    Question 2)
    Who has the right to define regulations that are enforce able ? And how would an entity get this privilege .
     

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