Internet Resources [Laws & Regulations]

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Go to resource (Constitution Finder) link.

Constitution Finder

From the University of Richmond. "This database offers constitutions, charters, amendments, and other related documents. Nations of the world are linked to their constitutional text posted somewhere on the Internet."

Go to resource (Duhaime

Duhaime's Legal Dictionary

Researched, written in plain language and provided free of charge by lawyer Lloyd Duhaime. Includes "Ask a Lawyer Online."

Go to resource (FindLaw) link.

FindLaw

Excellent one-stop gateway for legal resources in the U.S. "Find a Lawyer" feature provides detailed profiles of attorneys from across the United States.

Go to resource (FindLaw Cases and Codes U.S. Constitution) link.

FindLaw Cases and Codes U.S. Constitution

From FindLaw: Full text of the U.S. Constitution with annotations of cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. Searchable by table of contents and keyword.

Go to resource (GPO

GPO's Federal Digital System (FDsys)

GPO's Federal Digital System (FDsys) provides public access to Government information submitted by Congress and Federal agencies and preserved as technology changes.

Go to resource (Kentucky State Police) link.

Kentucky State Police

The official Web site for the Kentucky State Police.

Go to resource (Municode Library) link.

Municode Library

Municipal Code Corporation was founded in 1951 as a one man operation, for the sole purpose of codifying municipal laws and ordinances and publishing this material in looseleaf form. At that time, and until 1963, the publication phase was subcontracted, while the editorial processes were performed in-house. In 1961 MCC acquired its own premises. Two years later a complete printing plant was installed so that all stages of the operation would be under the direct management of MCC, eliminating the need for and dependency on a subcontracted printing service. The company moved to its present location in 1970.

Go to resource (Regulations.gov) link.

Regulations.gov

Regulations.gov is your source for U.S. government regulations and related documents. On this site you can find, read and comment on documents. Share your knowledge and make your voice count.

Go to resource (The WATCH File Writers, Artists and Their Copyright Holders) link.

The WATCH File Writers, Artists and Their Copyright Holders

Find contact information for the copyright holders of authors and artists whose works can be found in libraries and archives across North America and the United Kingdom.

Go to resource (THOMAS (Library of Congress)) link.

THOMAS (Library of Congress)

THOMAS was launched in January of 1995, at the inception of the 104th Congress. The leadership of the 104th Congress directed the Library of Congress to make federal legislative information freely available to the public. Since that time THOMAS has expanded the scope of its offerings to include Bills, Resolutions, Activity in Congress, Congressional Record, Schedules, Calendars, Committee Information, Presidential Nominations, Treaties and Government Resources.

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