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A series of short videos explaining the different steps in the federal process of enacting bills into public laws from introduction in Congress to actions taken by the President.
Digitized copies of documents, including tribal charters and constitututions, found in the Law Library of Congress collection of Native American legal materials. Some are in the tribal language. The collections span the 19th century as well as materials drafted after the 1934 Indian Reorganization Act.
Links to materials in the collections of the Law Library of Congress as well as links to tribal websites and primary source materials found on the Web.
Access to federal legislative information since 1973, including committee materials, the Congressional Record and links to live video or on-demand sessions of the House and Senate.
Initiated by the University of California, Berkley Library, this project was developed to investigate the interest and the prospect of developing an encoding standard for machine-readable finding aids such as inventories, registers, indexes, and other documents created by archives, libraries, museums, and manuscript repositories to support the use of their holdings.