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All University of Utah libraries course and research guides, in one place.
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Federal Legislative Materials
Congress.gov is the official source for federal legislative information. It replaced THOMAS.gov with a new designed and comprehensive research website. It includes includes federal bill and legislative history information, as well as other federal legislative information.
Provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government, including legislative materials.
LLSDC - Law Librarians Society of D.C.
Maintained by the Law Librarians Society of Washington, D.C., this site provides links to online legislative histories for specific acts, many going back to the early 1900s. If prompted for a pin, enter "laws".
ProQuest Congressional Publications
Created and maintained by ProQuest, this is an index of abstracts of federal congressional materials with coverage going back to 1789. Items from the Serial Set are included through 2010, as are Congressional hearings (1824-2003), and Serial Set maps through 1969.
ProQuest Legislative Insight
ProQuest's searchable database of prepared legislative histories for major acts between 1929 and 2012.
ProQuest U.S. Bills & Resolutions
Provides searchable full text of all versions of all U.S. bills and resolutions from 1789 to the present.