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What's in this Guide

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Dusk at the U.S. Capitol

  • Basic eCollection
    Depository libraries are required to provide direct access to these basic resources.
  • Legislative
    Legislative process summary and sources for tracing legislation.
  • Executive & Regulatory
    Federal executive branch structure and locating its regulations.
  • Judicial
    Federal judicial branch structure and U.S. Court cases.
  • Research
    Major government research gateways, statistics sources, and Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports.
  • Articles
    Publications monitoring events inside the government and article databases.
  • Illinois & Chicago
    Illinois administrative, legislative, and judicial sources. City of Chicago's municipal code, ordinances and Open City Apps.
  • Citing Sources
    Legal and government citation guides.

Federal Depository Library Program

Both the DePaul University Library and the Rinn Law Library are members of the Federal Depository Library Program, which provides public access to federal government information and publications. The DePaul University Library is an “e-only” depository, providing access to selected digital government information through its Web site and other online resources.


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