United States Code, Statutes at Large, and Public Laws
- United States Code (U.S. House of Representatives, Office of the Law Revision Counsel) offers introductory material to the Code and access to a search engine. Titles 1 through 10 Appendix are based on Supplement V of the 2000 edition (January 2, 2006) of the Code. Titles 11 through 50, Tables I-VII and the Table of Popular Names are based on Supplement IV of the 2000 edition (January 3, 2005) of the Code. The Organic Laws are based on the 2000 edition (January 2, 2001) of the Code.
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- Search Prior Versions of the U.S. Code - beginning with 1988 ed., Suppl. II (January 2, 1991)
- United States Code Classification Tables - sorted by Congress, then by either Public Law or U.S. Code section; includes prior tables extending to 1995
- United States Code (U.S. Government Printing Office, GPO Access) provides a search engine for searching the 2000 edition, Supplement IV of the Code (as of January 3, 2005)
- United States Code (Cornell Legal Information Institute) provides an updated interface to the U.S. Code, with links to notes and legislative activity through THOMAS.
- United States Statutes at Large (Law Library / National Digital Library Program)
v. 1-18 (1789-1875)
- United States Statutes at Large (U.S. Government Printing Office, GPO Access) v. 118 (2004)
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- United States Public Laws (U.S. Government Printing Office, GPO Access) - Provides access to United States Public laws enacted since the 104th Congress, 1st Session (January 1995).
- United States Public Laws (U.S. National Archives and Records Administration) includes lists of Public Laws from current and previous Congressional sessions
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- United States Statutes and the United States Code: Historical Outlines, Notes, Lists, Tables, and Sources (Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C.)
- For the process of creating U.S. federal laws, see GUIDE TO LAW ONLINE: U.S. Legislature - U.S. Congress and the Federal Legislative Process
- For federal regulations and Code of Federal Regulations, see GUIDE TO LAW ONLINE: U.S. Executive Agencies and Regulations