Search bill text, status, summaries, sponsor memos, and floor vote. Links to search for NYS Legislative Bills, NYS Legislative Resolutions, and the Laws of New York (see also: Nexis Uni for Federal & State Codes - NY Consolidated Law Service).
1794+ New York's highest court. Court of Appeals decisions from the State of New York. Also contains decisions from predecessor courts: The Court for the Correction of Errors; and the Supreme Court of Judicature.
1803+ Decisions from the Appellate Terms of the Supreme Court, and the lower courts of NY, including: The Supreme courts, County courts, Court of Claims, Family courts, Surrogate's courts, the District Court (Suffolk and Nassau counties), City courts, and the Town and Village Justice courts. Also includes decisions of the Civil Court of the City of NY, and the Criminal Court of the City of NY.
Sept 1973+ (selected coverage from 1936-1973). Decisions of the Freshwater Wetlands Appeals Board are also included inthe file. The Department of Environmental Conservation was created on July 1, 1970 tobring together in a single agency all state programs directed toward protectingand enhancing the environment. NYDEC is responsible for administration and enforcement of the Environmental Conservation Law (NY CLS ECL @ 1-0101 et seq.)
1991+ This annual reporter series, consisting of quarterly updates, contains decisions essential to New York education professionals and attorneys who keep up to date with the practical application of New York education law.
The New York Open Government site is maintained by the Office of the Attorney General. It is a product of the aggregation of data from several New York State agencies, including data on campaign contributions and expenditures, lobbyist disclosures, government contracts, and registered charities.
Published March 20, 2012 in the New York Times, this interactive map of Congressional Districts allows users to compare old and new districts by entering a zip code. By Jeremy White, Ford Fessenden and Matthew Ericson.
The New York State Library began digitizing New York State government documents in 1995. Today the State Library's Digital Collections includes a substantial number of New York State publications, both contemporary materials from 1995 to the present and rare 18th and 19th century documents.
Codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the departments and agencies of the Federal Government. The 50 subject matter titles contain one or more individual volumes, which are updated once each calendar year, on a staggered basis. Each title is divided into chapters, which usually bear the name of the issuing agency. Each chapter is further subdivided into parts that cover specific regulatory areas.
If the cases and codes you need are found here, this search works well with Zotero (downloading into a bibliographic manager). The cases are not annotated with core terms, summary, headnotes, and treatment as are cases in Westlaw and LexisNexis.
Nexis Uni file containing: White House briefings and Presidential statements. Includes some Congressional hearings, National Press Club Speeches and conferences when they address major topics of current interest
A digital archive of the Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States from Hoover to Bush (1929 to present); see also IC Library stacks at: J80 .A283. The site also includes: inaugural addresses, radio addresses, fireside chats, debates, convention speeches, and party platforms.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress. Often called the "congressional watchdog," GAO investigates how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars.
The Dean Peter Krogh Foreign Affairs Digital Archives were created by the Georgetown University Library in collaboration with Dr. Peter Krogh, Dean and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service. The site includes more than two hundred episodes from three television series moderated by Dean Krogh between 1981 and 2005 (Digital Georgetown).
Declassified documents pertaining to national security obtained by FOIA requests. Contains collections such as the Torture Archive (primary sources related to the detention and interrogation of individuals by the United States).