How to Read the Proposed Regulations. As you review the draft regulations, you will notice some wording that is underlined. This underlining indicates new wording that the division proposes to add to an existing regulation. Wording proposed to be repealed or deleted is bracketed and shown in capital letters [AS IN THIS EXAMPLE]. If part of the regulation has no underlining or capitalization, this means that no change is being proposed to that wording. However, if the entire regulation or a section of it is new, it is identified as new in a lead-in line rather than being totally underlined. To view complete proposed regulation, click once on subject.