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Case law can be found in a variety of subscription and free sources.
US Code, USCA and USCS comparison
Statutes and Regulations
In addition to the paid subscription services like Lexis, Westlaw, Bloomberg and HeinOnline, the following sites are where legislative and administrative materials can be found:
FDSys: Government Printing Office
FDSys is a FREE government website that has links to the U.S. Code, public and private laws, and various other legislative materials including the Congressional Record. An excellent free resource for federal materials.
Formerly thomas.gov, Congress.gov is the source for tracking current legislation and has legislator profiles. It is also contains the Congressional Record back to 1995, the 104th Congress.
On this website you can find and comment on proposed rules, as well as guidance, notices, final regulations and related materials.
There are hundreds of federal agencies and commissions. Here are a few that you may find helpful.
HeinOnline has several legislative history libraries. Below are links to several HeinOnline libraries as well as other legislative history sources.