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Database Highlight: Proquest Legislative Insight

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Overview: Proquest Legislative Insight is an excellent point to start your Federal legislative history research. It’s comprised of fully searchable PDFs of congressional legislative documents, which include the full text of the Public Law itself, all versions of related bills, law-specific Congressional Record excerpts, committee hearings, reports and prints, and other related documents.   Coverage:… Continue reading

New and Improved California Legislative History Website

Published on: Author: Teresa L

Leginfo.ca.gov has long been a go-to source for free California legislative information, including the legislative calendar, legislative history information, bill updates, as-enacted statutes, and up-to-date California codes.  A new version of the website is now available at http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov.  The new site includes some great new features, including a “Today’s Law as Amended” feature that identifies… Continue reading

Learn How to Compile a Federal Legislative History

Published on: Author: Teresa L

What’s a committee print? How do I find one? Join the librarians in classroom 640 on Tuesday, March 5th, from noon to 12:45 PM, as they demonstrate how to compile a federal legislative history. They’ll explain which documents are important in determining legislative intent and show you how to locate them. RSVP to hardcast@uchastings.edu.