Provides information for a wide variety of government services and departments.
The U.S. Government Printing Office disseminates official information from all three branches of the Federal Government, and does so extensively on this web site.
Provides access to various courts, legislative search engines, and several alternative sources for the U.S. Constitution. It also has a section for
Links to various commissions, agencies, and departments of the federal governmet.
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This government web site provides access to the Federal Register, CFR, Presidential materials, executive publications, and more.
Provides executive orders, federal regulations (CFR and LSA, or List of Sections Affected), and other administrative materials.
This official site provides access to the Federal Register via simple, advanced (by fields), and page number searches. It also offers several ways to search the CFR.
This official site offers several ways to search the CFR.
This official website provides information about the President and Vice-President and their spouses.
Executive Orders Disposition Table since 1937, plus information about the Federal Register.
This official U.S. Courts website has sections on the Supreme Court, Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and Bankruptcy Courts.
Has a map of all the circuit courts, which links to the web pages of all federal courts.
Has decisions going back to 1994, arranged my month and year or party names. Has a keyword case search.
Access to Supreme Court and other federal court decisions.
Provides access to Supreme Court and U.S. Courts of Appeals opinions and websites, and links to federal trial courts websites.
Legislation (bill summary, bill text, public laws), Congressional Record, Committee Information, going back several Congresses.
This official site offers both a searchable and a browsable Code (based on Supplement I of the 2000 edition (January 22, 2002) of the Code), as well as classification tables listing sections of the U.S. Code affected by recently enacted laws.
Lists popular names of legislative acts, and where possible links the Popular Names item to its relevant section of the U.S. Code.
This official site offers both a searchable and a browsable Code, 2000 edition.
This site offers the most updated edition possible of the U.S. Code.
This site offers a variety of ways to search the Congressional Record back to 1994, including a simple search, search by fields, and search by page number.
This official site offers a search engine for pending legislation. One can also track recent floor activity, such as in the Congressional Record.
This official site provides contact information for representatives, committee information, and more.
Annotations of cases decided by the Supreme Court of the
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This official site provides various types of opinions (last three years), docket, oral arguments, court rules, and more.
This site is especially useful for recent decisions by the Court.
This site offers search of Supreme Court decisions by case name, key word, and citation.
It also has links to databases which contain historic and older decisions.
Has recent articles about the Supreme Court, and material about the Court, such as current and past justices and how the Court works.