The House on Monday passed a bill requiring the Federal Register to be only published online instead of printed.

Passed 386-0, the measure would further require that documents in the Federal Register are available for sale or distribution to the public. 

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The Federal Register is the official publication for regulations, proposed rules and notices of federal agencies. 

Rep. Paul GosarPaul Anthony GosarPressure builds as Pelosi, Schumer, Trump meet over border wall demands Zinke picks fight with key Dem at an odd time Overnight Energy — Sponsored by the National Biodiesel Board — Texas coal plant to shut down | Macron rejects trade deals with climate pact outsiders | Vote on park funding bills to miss deadline MORE (R-Ariz.) said the measure would help modernize the Federal Register.

"Today there are only 124 paid subscribers to the print version of the federal register," Gosar said. "Despite this fact, the government is legally required to produce a print version of the register."

Rep. Elijah CummingsElijah Eugene CummingsPelosi agrees to term limits vote; insurgency collapses Black Caucus huddles as talk of term limits heats up Trump visit to Baltimore called off, event relocated to White House MORE (D-Md.), the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee, said the reform would save federal money.

"This is a good government bill that will reduce waste and save taxpayers' money," Cummings said.