Gelman Library has been a U.S. Federal Depository Library since 1984. As a selective depository, the Library receives only some of the documents published by the government, chosen to support the research and teaching mission of the University.
Congress.gov is a legislative information website provided by the Library of Congress. Bills can be searched according to text, sponsorship and status, and the site also includes the text of public and private laws, roll call votes, the Congressional Record, and all documents related to the legislative process. Coverage generally begins with the 104th Congress (1995) unless otherwise noted.
The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It has been published since 1873 and is published daily when Congress is in session. Obtain the Congressional Record:
HeinOnline consists of four major library collections that are image based and fully searchable: the Law Journal Library, Federal Register Library, Treaties and Agreements Library, and U.S. Supreme Court Library. There are also minor libraries like Legal Classics that includes historic legal treatises or the U.S. Attorney General Opinions collection.