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POLI 212 - Introduction to Public Policy: Find Legislation

Government Resources

Congress.gov: The official website of Congress. Useful for the most current information on bills and legislative activities.

Policy Areas at Congress.gov: Can browse for bills and resolutions based on topic. You can also refine your results to show only those bills that have become law.

White House Legislation: Search pending, signed and vetoed legislation that has reached the President's desk. 

Keeps a list of Active Legislation with links to both House and Senate bills; click on the Legislation & Records tab.

Especially useful for committee information, rules and procedures and information on current legislation

Follow the latest action in Congress, research members' votes, and set up your own feeds to track specific legislation.

International policy issues are broken into broad topics to browse. 

State Legislation

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