Monthly Archives: February 2009

Stimulus Watch

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A new website, StimulusWatch.org, lists by state the “shovel-ready” projects that the U.S. Conference of Mayors has identified as those that should receive stimulus dollars. The website allows users to discuss and rate particular projects. The site identifies 30 projects in San Francisco alone, including $8 million for a Civic Center Sustainable District.

Lincoln and the Law

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The Law Library of Congress has a newly digitized collection to celebrate the bicentennial of Abraham Lincoln’s birth. The collection of rare books covers three eras including nine items in the Lincoln the Lawyer collection, five on Habeas Corpus and the War Powers of the President, and eight covering The Assassination: Trials.

The Federal Digital System is Now Online

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Today the Government Printing Office released the beta model of its new Federal Digital System (FDsys). This currently holds Congressional and Presidential documents: * Compilation of Presidential Documents (1993 to Present) * Congressional Bills (103rd Congress to Present) * Congressional Documents (104th Congress to Present) * Congressional Hearings (105th Congress to Present) * Congressional Record… Continue reading

Patent Law Blog

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Want to keep abreast of the latest news and litigation in patent law? Check out Patently-O, one of the nation’s most popular patent law blogs. Edited by a University of Missouri law professor, it provides excellent coverage of litigation developments.