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Paper Topic Selection: International: U.S. Congressional Dev's.

Sources to identify international law developments.

U.S. Congressional Developments

  • ‚ÄčCQ Magazine (subscription required) contains articles about key U.S. Congressional bills.  TIP: Many bills, such as those dealing with energy, climate change or trade, could be the focus of an international law-oriented article.  Page might load slowly--please be patient. 

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  • GovTrack.us tracks activities of the U.S. Congress.  Find a Bill provides a user-friendly search template for Congressional bills.
  • Congress.gov is the site at which the U.S. Library of Congress provides Congressional bills and status reports about bills.
  • Govinfo is the site at which the U.S. Government Printing office provides Congressional bills, hearings, reports, the daily (M-F) Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations.