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U. S. Congress-Legislation
Congress.gov is the official source for federal legislative information, replacing Thomas. On the main page, the default search is for current legislation. You can change the pull-down menu on the left to "All Legislation." Enter your keywords, topic, e.g., "mental health," "child nutrition," etc. On the results page, use the facets on the left to limit your search to specific Congresses and legislation type, e.g., "Status of Legislation."
Congressional Publications (ProQuest)
For current legislation
, select only Bills & Laws
, from the facets on the left, and search by keyword. Also make sure you limit by Congress-the current Congress is the 114th.
For enacted legislation
, select only Legislative Histories
from the facets on the left and search by keyword or act name.
To search by bill number, public law number
, etc., go here
To search, on the left, enter your keyword(s), select a Congressional term and current status. Alternatively, select a Congressional term, scroll down and select a subject. You can also browse by subject: From the home page (www.govtrack.us), select "Bills and Resolutions" and then select the "By Subject" tab.