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Government Information

 

The following list offers a variety of sites to find government information available online for federal, state, international, and foreign levels of government.

The first hyperlink within selected sections below is designated UMLL -- for University of Minnesota Law Library.  Clicking on the UMLL link in these sections will take you to detailed hardcopy holdings (with locations and call numbers) of the University of Minnesota Law Library for the type(s) of material covered by that section.

As a member of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP), UMLL selects 14% of the publications that are available to depository libraries in the List of Classes (see primer). Many of these publications are also available electronically on government web servers.  Though some of these publications may be available via GPO's Federal Digital System (FDsys), many others are beyond the scope of that service.  Links to these publications are arranged (below) by the Superintendent of Documents (SuDocs) classfication numbers just as they are in the List of Classes.


Federal Government: General Information

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Federal Legislative Information

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Federal Executive Branch & Administrative Agency Information

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Federal Judicial Information

  • At UMLL
  • Cornell's Legal Information Institute (LII) offers full-text U.S. Supreme Court opinions from 1990- under the auspices of Project Hermes. Also includes current court calendar and schedule of arguments. Various search options. http://supct.law.cornell.edu/supct/
  • FindLaw offers links to full-text, U.S. Supreme Court opinions from 1990- plus selective coverage of earlier opinions. Also includes calendar and argument schedules, background information on justices, related news sources, rules, and oral arguments.
    http://www.findlaw.com/10fedgov/judicial/supreme_court/index.html
  • The Oyez Project at Northwestern University provides U.S. Supreme Court information, including audio files of oral arguments to which you can listen over your computer with the appropriate software and hardware (RealAudio, a soundcard, and speakers). http://www.oyez.org/oyez/frontpage
  • The Federal Judiciary Homepage - links to many federal jurisdictions, some of which provide full-text opinions free via the Internet. http://www.uscourts.gov/links.html
  • Federal Court Locator; http://www.uscourts.gov/courtlinks/
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State Government Information

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Minnesota Judicial Information

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Minnesota Administrative Agency Information

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Government Information: Statistical Resources

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Government Information: Additional Resources

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