HeinOnline Library provides access to over 900 volumes and one million pages of tax and economic reform legislative history documents. It includes the 146 volume Carlton Fox collection covering internal revenue laws from 1909-1950. You can search or browse the materials in numerous ways including by the title of the act, the bill number, and the public law number.
Provides access to and search capability across several CQ publications, including CQ Researcher, CQ Weekly, Congressional Staff Directory, Judicial Staff Directory, CQ Press Political Reference Suite, and the Supreme Court Compendium
This weekly publication provides an in-depth examination of current events and controversies in U.S. policy. The archive provides full text access to every issue of the CQ Researcher and its precursor, Editorial Research Reports, back to its inception in 1923.
Reports on the activities of the U.S. Congress by analyzing issues, providing a wrap-up of the previous week's news, and summarizing the status of bills in play, committee and floor activity, debates, and roll-call votes. Provides full text access to all content dating back to October 1983.
This resource is based on indexes created by the Congressional Information Service and is particularly useful for compiling legislative histories and tracking bills. It includes information on bills, laws, committee prints, House and Senate documents and reports, the Congressional Record, and more. Users can search by subject, keyword, document number, and public law number. This resource also allows full text access to Congressional Research Service reports Congressional hearings.
Congress.gov is the legislative documents database from the Library of Congress, and it is particularly useful if you seek recent materials. You can search or browse to the "Bill Summary & Status" for each bill or law. Click on "Text of Legislation" to see the full text of all versions of the bill," and on "All Congressional Actions" to see its chronological history, with links to full text of the documents produced (no hearings). Dates of coverage for different types of legislative documents varies.
Interdisciplinary journal archive of titles in the arts, botany, business, ecology, general science, history, mathematics, and the social sciences. Many journal runs go back to the 19th century and before with subject coverage going back to the medieval period and up to within 3-5 years of current (depending on journal title). Coverage is constantly expanding with the addition of more scholarly journals to the collection. Moving wall publishes to within 3-5 years of most titles that are still in publication.