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Federal Legal Resources

The public enjoys unlimited access to the following web sites.

GPO Access Official Federal Government Information Website

FDLP Electronic Collection A comprehensive digital library of U.S. Government information

Legislative Branch

Constitution of the United States

Congress The Government Printing Office's website devoted to Congress


House of Representatives

U.S. Code

Congressional Record The official record of the proceedings and debates of the Congress

Congressional Reports Senate, House, and Executive Reports

Congressional Hearings Transcripts of House and Senate hearings

Public Laws Laws as passed by Congress

THOMAS The THOMAS website of the Library of Congress contains links to bills, public laws and other legislative documents

American Memory Project: Century of Law Making for a New Nation Online access to the historical records and acts of Congress before 1873

Executive Branch

White House

Executive Branch Links to regulatory publications, presidential documents and federal agency information

Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies Alphabetical index to U.S. government departments and agencies

Presidential Documents Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents

Public Papers Public Papers of the President of the United States

CFR, Code of Federal Regulations

Federal Register

Judicial Branch

Federal Judiciary

Legal Information Institute Cornell Law School's Legal Information Institute

Findlaw Supreme Court Opinions docket, briefs, and other resources

Oyez Supreme Court oral arguments for landmark opinions

Federal Rules of Court Links to the Rules of Procedure for the various federal courts, including specialized courts and lower courts

U.S. Tax Court

Understanding the Federal Courts


U.S. Sentencing Commission Information regarding U.S. sentencing guidelines and recent developments

Small Business Administration

IRS Forms and publications of the Internal Revenue Service

Department of Homeland Security

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