- LexisNexis™ Congressional
Access to this database is restricted to the IUB Campus.
This comprehensive legislative database provides indexing, abstracts, and full text of Congressional materials from 1789 to the present.
Library of Congress website about the United States Congress containing the full-text of Congressional publications (bills, hearings, reports, debates, and statutes). It also contains committee information and information on the legislative process.
- GPO Access
Provides full-text searching capabilities of Congressional bills, reports, debates, public laws, and related
Congressional information. Also, find Supreme Court decisions, the Federal Register,
Code of Federal Regulations, and selected agency reports in GPO Access. This site offers the
earliest availability of Congressional material.
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Access to this database is restricted to the IUB Campus.
Includes digitized collections of government documents, including the Federal Register, Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, bibliographies and compiled full-text legislative histories on historically significant legislation, the U.S. Statutes at Large, U.S. Reports, U.S. Attorney General Opinions and the Opinions of the Office of Legal Counsel of the United States Department of Justice. HeinOnline also contains a “Treaties and Agreements Library” with official and unofficial treaty publications, treaty guides and indexes, and other texts.
- CQ.com Access to this database is restricted to the IUB Campus.
A full service legislative tracking Web site from Congressional Quarterly. The Law Library's subscription includes the
following databases: CQ Weekly, CQ Budget Tracker, CQ Legislative Impact, CQ BillTrack, CRS Bill Digest, CQ BillWatch, Bill Text, CQ Bill Comparison Reports, Committee Amendment Text, CQ Committee Coverage,
and CQ Homeland Security.
- A Century of Lawmaking For a New Nation:
U.S. Congressional Documents And Debates 1774-1873. The Library of Congress, American Memory: Historical
Collections for the National Digital Library.
- Documents from the Continental Congress and the
Constitutional Convention 1774-1789. The Library of Congress, American Memory: Historical Collections
for the National Digital Library.
- e-CFR The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations is a frequently updated version of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Authorized and maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration’s Office of the Federal Register and the Government Printing Office, the e-CFR is not an official legal edition of the CFR.
- USA.gov, the official U.S. Government portal to 47 million pages of government information, services, and online transactions.
- The Reference Center and General Government page is specifically designed for librarians and researchers.
- The U.S. Federal Government page provides a gateway into the three branches of U.S. government.
- An A to Z Index allows quick access to U.S. Government Departments and Agencies.
- Federal Depository Library Program Electronic Collection
The purpose of the Collection is to assure current and permanent public access to electronically published information
by the U.S. Government.
State Law links:
- The Council of State Governments
Identifies issues common among state governments, provides directory of state government officials from all 50
states and territories, and lists research publications produced by CSG staff.
- National Conference of State Legislatures
Serves as a resource for those who draft legislation on the state level, providing a searchable database that
accesses publications and court decisions on a variety of legislative issues.
- National Association of Secretaries of State Provides links to states' homepages, registers, adminstrative codes and agency rulewriting manuals in the Administrative Code and Registers Section
- State of Indiana
Indiana's official Web site includes information on Indiana government, business,
- Indiana Code
Full-text of current Indiana statutory law maintained by the Office of Code Revision, Indiana
Legislative Services Agency.
- Indiana Administrative Rules Full text of the Indiana Register and Indiana Administrative Code (current and archived).
- Indiana Courts
Court decisions from the Indiana Supreme, Appellate, and Tax Courts.
- Southern District of Indiana Provides Court Information, the text of the Local Rules, an Attorney's Handbook, a Guide to Jury Service, and a Case Search page. Cases may be found by division and case number or by party name.
- Selected Indiana Municipal Codes
- Allen County
- Dune Acres
- Hamilton County
- Indianapolis/Marion County (consolidated city & county)
- La Porte
- Michigan City
- Monroe County
- South Bend
- St. John
- Terre Haute
- West Lafayette
- Winona Lake
- IN.gov Indiana's official Web site includes information on Indiana government, business, and communities.
- Other States
- Municipal Codes Online Seattle Public Library.
- Online Codes Municipal Code Corporation.
- Municipal Codes Web Library LexisNexis™
- Code Library American Legal Publishing Corporation.
- State and Local Government Information from Library of Congress Contains general information on state and local government issues, state maps, and individual state Internet links.
- American FactFinder profiles demographic data for varied geographic areas and provides Economic Census information.
- Census Bureau offers broad range of statistics
- CenStats provides detailed searching of demographic and economic information at the U.S. Census Bureau.
- FedStats provides statistical information from more than 70 U.S. Federal agencies.
- Statistical Abstract of the United States provides statistical information in table format from a wide variety of Federal agencies. Earlier editions.
- Stat-USA provides business, economic and trade statistics plus full text documents from Federal agencies on domestic and international issues.
- StatsIndiana is a source for population, economic, workforce and county statistics for the State of Indiana
- Campus Security and Crime Statistics provides information on crime statistics, crime prevention, law enforcement, crime reporting, and other related issues for the Bloomington Campus.
Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) Administrative Materials: