Researching Legislative Histories: Statutory
and Code Research
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If you are researching legislative histories, you
need a thorough understanding of the sources and
publication of laws, i.e., statutes and codes.
During this program, you will:
Learn about the "print and
selected electronic" sources and publications of
"federal" laws in layperson's terms
Examine the U.S. Statutes at
Large and U.S. Code, and other compilations of
Learn the fastest ways to find
these documents in print and online
Be apprised of other research
Drafting Reference and Research Tools, including Statutory
Legislative History Reference and Research Tools
Recorded 2008 ISBN 10: 1-58733-080-6
Total run time: 94 minutes 0806
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