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This guide provides an overview of how to find federal and state government resources, including publications, bills and laws, statistics, and web sites.
Best Bets for Government
govinfo This link opens in a new window
Provides free public access to official publications from all three branches of the Federal Government.
Nexis Uni: Codes This link opens in a new window
Search the full text of Federal and State codes. Restricted to UP students, faculty and staff.
ProQuest Congressional This link opens in a new window
U.S. congressional reports, hearings, bills, etc., & biographical, financial and voting information on congressional members. Congress in Context reports for a given Congress
are an overview of the major congressional legislation, as well as world events, Supreme Court decisions, and economic trends.
Create thematic maps and reports of US states, cities, neighborhoods, congressional districts, etc. using data from US Census, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Dun & Bradstreet, among other sources. You may create a personal account to save your work and customize the interface. Watch a video about SimplyAnalytics: https://libguides.up.edu/tutorials/databases/simply-analytics
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