Researching Legislative Histories: Finding
Legislative Intent in Bills and Committee and Conference
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Learn where to start your legislative history research. This audio
course provides a framework for researching legislative histories of
federal laws. Legislative documents such as bills, joint
resolutions, and committee and conference reports are analyzed and
discussed. A brief review of statutory research is also provided.
Where is the best place to start your research
Learn what laws are codified
U.S. Statutes at Large, U.S. Code Congressional &
Administrative News, U.S. Code, U.S. Code Annotated, U.S. Code
What can you find in committee reports
Drafting Reference and Research Tools, including Statutory
Legislative History Reference and Research Tools
Recorded 2006 ISBN 10: 1-58733-033-4
Total run time: 94 minutes 0334
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