Historical U.S. Congressional documents and debates, including the Congressional Record and its predecessors.
Congress and the Courts, featuring William H. Manzâ€™s Congress and the Courts: A Legislative History, brings together materials reflecting congressional concern with the composition and structure of Article III Courts and provides all relevant documents prepared by various Congresses relating to the purpose, formation, organization, and restructuring of the federal government.
Congress.gov contains federal legislative information from the United States government. It is the new platform for legislation, the Congressional Record, committee reports, nominations, treaties, Senate and House Executive Communications and member profiles. As the Congress.gov project progresses, all of the information on Thomas will be integrated into Congress.gov.
Full-text of U.S. Congressional bills and resolutions.
Browse the current catalog of Congressional Committee Prints.
A selective bibliography of guides to the United States Congress
Selected hearings from U.S. Congressional committee hearings proceedings. Most hearings are published two months to two years after they are held. For older hearings, see ProQuest Congressional.
Published and unpublished hearings from U.S. Congressional committee hearings proceedings. All hearings contain the full transcripts of the proceedings, including all oral statements, committee questions, and discussion. Published hearings also contain texts of related reports, statistical analyses, correspondence, exhibits, and articles presented by witnesses or inserted into the record by committee members and staff. For more recent hearings, see FDsys.
The official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. Note that this is the bound edition - Congressional Record citations may be to the daily edition. The primary ways in which the bound edition differs from the daily edition are continuous pagination; somewhat edited, revised, and rearranged text; and the dropping of the prefixes H, S, and E before page numbers.
The official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. Note that this is the daily edition - Congressional Record citations may be to the bound edition.
The official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress back to 1789. Includes both daily and bound editions of the Congressional Record, as well as its predecessor titles: the Congressional Globe, the Register of Debates, and the Annals of Congress.
The official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. Note that this is the daily edition - See Fdsys for bound edition citations.
A guide to researching the legislative history of federal laws.
The J. Willard Hurst Collection details the career of the man commonly identified as the father of modern American legal history. Hurst was a professor at the University of Wisconsin Law School, where he developed the field of American legal economic history through his scholarship and teaching. The collection includes Hurst's personal outlines and notes; course texts; publications; publication reviews; research notes; correspondence (incoming and outgoing); personnel records; photographs; audio recordings; and typewriter.
Case law, legislation, regulations and other materials from the U.S. (federal, states, military, Native American), Canada, UK and other foreign countries. Coverage is especially good for older materials, although some newer content is available including California Records and Briefs.
Index and many full text publications of the United States Congress since 1789. Includes acts, committee reports, conference committee reports, hearings, regulations, selective legislative histories, the Congressional Record (bound & daily editions), the Serial Set, and more.
Formerly known as LexisNexis Congressional. For more complete legislative histories of enacted laws, see ProQuest Legislative Insight.
A complete collection of full text publications generated in the course of congressional lawmaking useful for compiling a federal legislative history. PDFs include the public law, all bill versions, floor debate from the Congressional Record, committee reports, conference committee reports, hearings, and prints. Also included are Presidential signing statements, CRS reports, and other miscellaneous congressional publications. Note that only enacted laws are included. For bills which were not enacted, see ProQuest Congressional.
Reports and documents either produced or ordered by Congress, as well as presidential communications and treaty materials. Contains comprehensive and often detailed information on an extremely wide range of subjects. Includes the American State Papers, a collection of legislative and executive documents preceding the Serial Set. Also includes color and high resolution maps contained in the Serial Set.
This Library contains exact replications of the official bound session laws of all 50 states since inception, as well as Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. It also includes the D.C. Register and the Session Laws of the U.S. Federal Government, as well as the entire back file of the Acts of Parliament of Canada and Acts of Parliament of Australia.
Links to web sites of state legislatures and legislators with access to bills, constitutions, and issue reports.
Fact sheets summarizing European Union legislation divided into 32 subject areas which are the Activities of the European Union. Includes summaries of existing measures, as well as a follow-up of legislative proposals in policies as diverse as External Relations and Employment and Social Affairs.
Generated from the most recent official version made available by the U.S. House of Representatives. Includes an update service.
Published every six years, with an annual supplement.
Full text of the United States Code from the 1925-1926 edition through the present. With annual supplements.
Selected full-text hearings and committee prints from the U.S. Congress.
The United States Statutes at Large contains both public and private laws published in numerical order.
Complete coverage of the Statutes at Large, containing both public and private laws published in numerical order, and treaties to 1950.
A guide to researching the legislative history of Wisconsin laws.
Case law, legislation, treaties, law reform reports, law journals, and other materials from foreign countries, the United States, and the 50 states.
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