I am unsure about the specific NEC Code followed by my town now, but the last time I had the town inspect an upgrade they used the 2008 version which required AFCI breakers for all new installs.Receptacles need to be GFCI protected. This can be done using breakers or receptacles. You might want to look into GFCI/AFCI breakers if they are available for your panel. What NEC code cycle is your area using?
So for the combo AFCI/GFCI breaker (found this one for my Eaton panel: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Eaton-20...t-Ground-Fault-Breaker-CHFAFGF120CS/206178657), does this mean i can install normal TR outlets at each spot in the circuit?