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Housing and Development Resources: Legislation

New Jersey

New Jersey Affordable Housing Law Resources
Part of the New Jersey Digital Legal Library
Housing Legislation: New Jersey
Compilation from

New Jersey State Legislature
Includes searchable index to New Jersey Statutes, as well as index to and legislative histories of bills in the current session. Also includes links to current and archived audio (and in some cases, video) legislative proceedings.

United States

THOMAS - Legislative Information on the Internet
Browse or search legislation from the 93d (1973) Congress to the present. You can also browse legislation by sponsor (1973- ), browse roll call votes (1989-), or search the Congressional Record (1989- ) as well as Committee reports (1995- ).
Westlaw Campus Research
Search U.S. Codes, federal regulations, state codes, and case law. Rutgers-restricted Access
Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook: Model Statutes for Planning and Management of Change.
American Planning Association. 2002.
Compilation of Basic Laws on Housing and Community Development
Extensive compilation from the House Committee on Financial Services. Includes laws passed through December 31, 2002.
A Chronology of Housing Legislation and Selected Executive Actions (1892-2003)
Compiled by the Congressional Research Service for the House Committee on Financial Services.
Survey of State Land Use and Natural Hazards Planning Laws
Prepared by the American Planning Association for the Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS).
From Traditional to Reformed: A Review of the Land Use Regulations in the Nation's 50 Largest Metropolitan Areas. August 2006
Report by Rolf Pendall, Robert Puentes, and Jonathan Martin. A Brookings Institution Research Brief.
24 CFR Parts 100-125
The "Fair Housing" regulations.

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