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  • 2010 California Fire Code: Title 24, Part 9
    Part 9 of 12 parts of the official triennial compilation and publication of the adoptions, amendments and repeal of administrative regulations to California Code of Regulations, Title 24, also referred to as the California Building Standards Code. This part is known as the California Fire Code.
  • California Code
    Find the official text of California laws. Use CODE SEARCH to find a particular code section by number or to see the table of contents of one code at a time (Education Code, Vehicle Code, etc.). Use TEXT SEARCH to search for your topic words in one or more codes at the same time.
  • Carbon Offset Research & Education (CORE)
    An initiative of the stockholm Environment Institute and the Greenhouse Gas Management Institute this site provides authoritative data regarding various types of carbon offset program legislation both in the US and abroad. Has a bias toward promoting this type of program.
  • Directory of open access journals in law and political science
    Free, full text scholarly journals
  • FedLaw
    FedLaw was developed to see if legal resources on the Internet could be a useful and cost-effective research tool for Federal lawyers and other Federal employees. Fedlaw has assembled references of use to people doing Federal legal research and which can be accessed directly through "point and click" hypertext connections.
  • FindLaw
  • Guide to Law Online - Law Library of Congress
  • History and Politics Out Loud: a searchable archive of politically significant audio materials
    A searchable archive of politically significant audio materials. Borrow headphones from the Library for use at Library computers.
  • How Our Laws Are Made - THOMAS (Library of Congress)
  • Law - The Public Library of Law
    A free resource for any and all types of legal research: simple, easy to use, comprehensive, and reliable. It is a continuously updated database covering federal law and the laws of all 50 states. Separate portals include Case Law, Statutes, Regulations, Court Rules, Constitutions, and (unlike some online legal research tools) legal forms, which are continuously updated and available by state for a nominal additional fee.
  • Nolo Legal Information
  • Nolo Legal Research
  • The Sentencing Project
    High-quality and reliable content, data driven analysis, and best practices and principles in the areas of sentencing, incarceration, racial disparity in the criminal justice system, drug policy and felony disenfranchisement.
  • US Constitution
    An annotated version of the US Constitution prepared by the Legal Information Institute of Cornell University

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