Answered By: Meghan Dolan
Last Updated: Nov 13, 2017     Views: 103

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U. S. Congress; legislation, voting records, laws
Where can I find U.S. Congressional information on legislation, voting records and laws?

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Harvard College Library's Research Guide to US Congressional Publications includes a wide variety of links and resources for locating House of Representatives and Senate information.

Use the Harvard Law School Library Statutes: US and State Codes Guide to understand and find codes or acts.

To search for specific laws and legislative information use LexisNexis Congressional Publications

Use Lexis Securities Mosaic  and click on the Laws, Rules and Agency Materials link to access all points along the bureaucratic conveyor belt: from legislation in the halls of Congress, to codification in federal law, to agency rulemaking and guidance, to enforcement and litigation.

Browse through or text-search across:
• The complete US Code, Code of Federal Regulations, and Federal Register;
• Recent Public Laws and congressional bills; and
• Data from federal regulatory and oversight agencies.