November 26, 2014

New from Law Library of Congress: How to Trace Federal Legislation – A Research Guide

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“How to Trace Federal Legislation – A Research Guide is a new reference resource in a series of useful research guides from the Law Library of Congress (LLOC).

It was compiled and written by Barbara Bavis, a reference librarian at the LLOC and is organized into the following sections:

  • Beginning Your Search with the United States Code and Source Credits
  • Using Source Credits to Find Public Laws
  • Next Steps

How to Trace Federal Legislation – A Research Guide includes links to a number of other LLOC research guides.

You can browse the complete collection of guides (31 as we post this item) here.

Titles include:

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