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  • Arizona Administrative Code  Icon  Icon  Icon
    Arizona's equivalent to the CFR. Contains Arizona administrative agency regulations.
  • Arizona Administrative Register  Icon  Icon  Icon
    Arizona's equivalent to the Federal Register. Contains proposed and new Arizona administrative agency regulations.
  • Arizona State Legislature  Icon  Icon  Icon
    Provides free access to Arizona Revised Statutes, current and historical bill information, session laws, live proceedings, information on legislators and the legislative process.
  • Century of Lawmaking  Icon  Icon
    A part of the American Memory database which focuses on historical lawmaking in the United States. A project of the Library of Congress, this site provides access to the Statutes at Large, as well as the United State Congressional Serial Set (House and Senate Documents and House and Senate reports), and the American State Papers.
  • Compilations of Legislative Histories of Selected U.S. Laws on the Internet: Free Sources  Icon
    Organized by popular name listing and public law number listing. Site also provides link to Federal Legislative History Research: A Practitioner's Guide.
  • Congress.gov  Icon  Icon
    Congress.gov is the official website for U.S. federal legislative information. The site provides access to accurate, timely, and complete legislative information for Members of Congress, legislative agencies, and the public. It is presented by the Library of Congress (LOC) using data from the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives, the Office of the Secretary of the Senate, the Government Publishing Office, Congressional Budget Office, and the LOC's Congressional Research Service.
  • FDsys (Federal Digital System)  Icon  Icon
    FDsys contains the full text of some of the most frequently used government information. Includes official publications from all 3 branches of the U.S. government including: Federal Register, U.S. Code, court opinions, congressional hearings and Presidential documents.
  • Findlaw  Icon
    FindLaw.com offers a mix of cases, statutes, legal news, a lawyer directory, an online career center and community-oriented tools such as mailing lists and message boards.
  • Hieros Gamos  Icon
    The objective of this site "is to make law, government and related professional information easily accessible to the legal profession, businesses and consumers."
  • Justia.com: Virtual Chase  Icon
    The Virtual Chase informs about Web sites and research strategies for finding the law.
  • Legal Information Institute (Cornell)  Icon
    The LII publishes free electronic versions of core materials in numerous areas of the law. They range from the Constitution to the U.S. Code, from Supreme Court decisions to the Code of Federal Regulations to state, foreign and international law and a legal encyclopedia.
  • National Survey of State Laws  
      
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    This Hein database version of Rich Leiter's National Survey of State Laws provides an overall view of some of the most sought-after and controversial legal topics in the United States. Users are able to make basic state-by-state comparisons of current state laws. The new 7th edition, along with the 6th and 5th editions, are included in database format, which also allows users to compare the same laws as they existed in 2005, 2008 and 2015. All print editions are included in HeinOnline's image-based, fully searchable, user-friendly platform. For Help go to Hein Online Help and Training
  • Public Library of Law  Icon
    PLoL is one of the largest free law libraries in the world, assembling law available for free scattered across many different sites -- all in one place. PLoL is a great starting place to find freely available law resources on the Web.
  • Regulations.gov  Icon  Icon
    This is a site that posts proposed rules and regulations of administrative agencies so that interested parties can comment.
  • Session Laws Library  
      
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    This Hein library contains the session laws of all 50 U.S. states as well as Canada, Australia, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, and the D.C. Register. All states are current within 60 days of the printed publication, and all states are available back to inception! For Help go to Hein Online Help and Training
  • State Statutes: a historical archive  
      
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    Part of HeinOnline, this collection includes superseded state statutes for all fifty states. Search the statutes by state, date, description and text. Coverage goes back until 1717. For Help go to Hein Online Help and Training
  • Tax and Accounting Sites Directory  Icon
    Tax and Accounting Sites Directory is a comprehensive index of web-based tax and accounting resources. The directory is designed to be a starting point for people who are searching for tax and accounting information, products, and services.
  • U.S. Congressional Documents  
      
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    This Hein collection features the complete Congressional Record Bound version, as well as the daily version back to 1980. It also includes the three predecessor titles: Annals of Congress (1789-1824), Register of Debates (1824-1837) Congressional Globe (1833-1873), and Congressional Hearings (1927-2015), as well as other important congressional material. Using the Daily-to-Bound Locator Tool, you can quickly find a page in the Bound volume from the Daily edition.For Help go to Hein Online Help and Training
  • U.S. Federal Agency Documents, Decisions and Appeals  
      
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    Featuring reports, decisions, and records, this Hein library is a complete collection of the official case law of some of the United States' most important U.S. Federal Agencies such as: The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It also includes more than 65 GPO best-selling legal titles. For Help go to Hein Online Help and Training
  • United States Code (U.S. Office of Law Revision Counsel)  Icon  Icon
    A consolidation and codification by subject matter of the general and permanent laws of the United States. It is prepared by the Office of the Law Revision Counsel of the United States House of Representatives
  • Washlaw Web  Icon
    WashLaw Web provides users with links to law-related state, federal and international/foreign materials on the Internet. All links on WashLaw Web are maintained by staff members of the Washburn University School of Law Library.
  • U.S. Federal Legislative History Library  Icon
    In addition to the inclusion of comprehensive federal legislative histories published by the U.S. GPO and private publishers, this HeinOnline library also includes a unique finding aid based on Nancy Johnson's award-winning work, Sources of Compiled Legislative Histories. Researchers should begin their U.S. federal legislative history research with this finding aid, which often includes references to law review articles on-point to a particular legislative history.
 
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