Other Federal Legislative Branch Pages
Federal Legislative Branch Supersites
- THOMAS–Federal Legislative Information (Library of Congress) Information on U.S. Congress floor activities, databases of bills and amendments (1993-present), Public Laws (1973-present), Congressional Record (1993-present), committee reports (1995-present), historical documents and other links.
- U.S. House of Representatives Internet Law Library
- U.S. Legislative Branch (Library of Congress) Includes extensive links, such as e-mail addresses for all members of Congress, history, etc.
- Vanderbilt Center on Information Law and Policy Includes a) Federal laws arranged by original published source; b) Federal laws arranged by agency; c) U.S. state and territorial laws; d) laws of other nations; e) treaties and international law; f) laws of all jurisdiction (arranged by subject), g) links to law school libraries; h) attorney/legal profession directories; and i) law book reviews and publishers.
Other U.S. Legislative Branch Links
- Congressional Directory (Government Printing Office) On-line version is the most current available compilation of contact information for U.S. members of Congress, committees, etc. Includes 105th Congress (1997-98) and 104th Congress (1995-1996).
- United States House of Representatives Information on House legislative activities, committee information, directory of Members and their Web sites.
- United States Senate Information on Senate legislative activities, committee information, directory of Senators and their Web sites.
- United States Code (U.S. House Internet Law Library: searchable) U.S. Code (USC) includes all general and permanent laws of the United States.
- United States Code (U.S. House of Representatives, Office of the Law Revision Counsel: downloadable files in XML, XHTML, PCC and PDF)
- Code of Federal Regulations (National Archives: searchable)
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) contains full text of all public regulations issued by agencies of U.S. federal government.
- VOTENET Information on selected issues, tracking a local Congressperson’s voting record, contact information, and discussion groups.