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A source of links to electronic format government documents on both the state and federal level.
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Resources for the Executive Branch

Resources for the Judicial Branch

Resources for the Legislative Branch

  • Congress.gov
    A collection of legislative information made free for users. Covers bills, resolutions, activity in congress, and other areas of interest regarding the legislative branch of the U.S. government.
  • Congressional Directory
    A source that gives short biographies on the members of Congress and other information, including their committee memberships and terms of service. Also lists officials for other federal departments.
  • Congressional Record (Daily)
    A publication of the proceedings and debates of both houses of Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session.
  • House Journal
    A record of the proceedings of each legislative day in the House.
    - Print to 1971-2000 in Government Documents
    - CD-ROM to 1991-1999 in Government Documents
  • Public and Private Laws
    Full-text versions of all signed bills.
  • Senate Journal
    A record of the proceedings of each legislative day in the Senate.
    - Print 1971-2002 in Government Documents
    - CD-ROM to 1991-1999 in Government Documents
  • The House of Representatives
    Official website for the House of Representatives.
  • The Senate
    Official website for the Senate.
  • United States Code
    The codification of permanent and general laws in the U.S. It is divided by subject into 50 titles and can be search through publication year.
  • United States Statutes at Large
    A collection of all the laws and resolutions from each session of Congress.

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