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Statutes

The United States Code is also available through HeinOnline (need New England ID and barcode to access off-site) and FDsys.  Statutes at Large are also available on HeinOnline and FDsys.

Legislative History

  • FDsys (Federal Digital System)
    Find many legislative history documents including bills, congressional reports, congressional hearings and congressional record.
  • Guide to finding Congressional Documents on FDsys
    Helpful when used in conjunction with the above site.
  • THOMAS
    Great website for beginning legislative history research. Includes links to documents available through FDsys.
  • Proquest Congressional
    Probably the most comprehensive source of legislative history documents. Recent documents are full text; older ones provide access numbers for the New England Law Library microfiche collection. Access using New England ID and barcode.
  • Open CRS: Congressional Research Reports
    Produced by the Congressional Research Service which provides reports to congress on current topics of interest. Note: Some CRS reports are also available via Proquest Congressional (available through the New England database list).
  • American Memory, Library of Congress
    Congrssional documents and debates, 1774 - 1875.

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