The official compilation of the public laws in force, the general and permanent laws of the United States. It is a subject arrangement (instead of chronological) of the laws reflecting all additions, deletions and revisions at the time of publication. The print edition is updated once every six years with annual supplements that document current changes.
Contains the cumulative regulations in force at the time of publication. The CFR is divided into 50 titles, which represent broad areas subject to Federal regulation. The 50 "titles" are updated on a rotating basis over a one-year period.
A daily publication that contains all proposed changes (additions, deletions and updates) to the Code of Federal Regulations plus presidential and other materials. The current years are available in documents [U.S. AE 2.106:]. Earlier volumes are kept on microfiche.
The Supreme Court is the highest court in the judicial branch of the U.S. government. Its main activity is as the court of last resort exercising appellate jurisdiction over cases involving federal law. The official print version of Supreme Court Decisions is the United States Reports or U.S. Reports.
Contains selected appellate court decisions. Its editors scan all current decisions and select what they think will be the leading cases. The editorial essays that follow each case are a valuable research tool. Selected cases are included from areas of the United States.
Click on "Supreme Court" for database of decisions. Click on U.S. Code for to search the Code by Title and section, i.e. Title 7 Agriculture. Also contains the Popular Names Index, a list of common names for legislative acts, i.e. Honeybee Act.