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CFS 193 - Cooperative Education

Statutory & Regulatory Law

Codes   Current statutory law arranged by subject (codified)
U.S. Code via the U.S. House of Representatives Law Revision Counsel
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Regulations   Administrative Law
e-CFR Electronic Code of Federal Regulations
U.S. Administrative Law (Regulations)
Guide to the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations

Proposed Legislation
Bills are drafts of laws which propose new laws, or amend or repeal existing law   Library of Congress
Text of bills from 1989 on; bill summary and status from 1973 on.

Guide to Finding Federal Legislation

California Codes
   • Use AND between words if you want both  (the search assumes "or")
   • Use "  " to find a phrase  "raw milk" 

Regulations (Administrative Law)
   •  California Code of Regulations (CCR)
   •  California Regulatory Notice Register
      Notices of proposed regulatory actions


Bill information. 1993-
Text of bills, resolutions, and constitutional amendments, their status, history, votes, analyses, and veto messages.
 • Search by keyword or author, or browse by session.
 • Use AND between words if you want both  (the search assumes "or")
 • Use "  " to find a phrase:  "raw milk"

Guide to Finding California Legislation

Ballot Measures
California Secretary of State

California Local Codes and Charters IGS Library, UC Berkeley

Legal Research Databases on LexisNexis Academic
Search the full text of federal and state codes and regulations, law reviews, case law and other resources.

1. Above the search box, open up Search by Subject of Topic
Select a legal source type to search
3. Under the search box, open up Advanced Options to further specify what sources to be searched

• Use and between words unless you want a phrase

• Use ! for multiple-letter wildcard.