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What's in this Guide

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Dusk at US Capitol

  • Background
    Suggested starting points and the U.S November 2012 elections
  • Legislative
    Legislative process summary and sources for tracing legislation.
  • Executive & Regulatory
    The Federal Executive branch structure and locating its regulations.
  • Judicial
    The 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.

U.S. Depository Library

The DePaul University Rinn Law Library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. government publications. It selects 8% of government published items and adds them to the library catalog. More information is available at the Rinn Law Library.


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