The Library of Congress HomePage-The Library of Congress is the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution. The Library preserves a collection of more than 119 million items, more than two-thirds of which are in media other than books. These include the largest map, film and television collections in the world. In addition to its primary mission of serving the research needs of the U.S. Congress, the Library serves all Americans through its popular Web site and in its 22 reading rooms on Capitol Hill.
Library of Congress Marvel-Covers Census Data, Congressional Info, White House Documents, State Department Reports, etc.
Library of Congress Information System (LOCIS)-An on-line catalog containing U.S. government copyright files, databases containing current info about federal legislation and foreign law. Visiting this link is a Telnet session and NOT a website link.
The Law Library of Congress HomePage-Global Legal Information Network (GLIN)-The Law Library of Congress provides an online database with information on the national laws of more than 35 countries, with additional countries being added on a continuing basis. Presently it consists primarily of searchable legal abstracts in English of laws and regulations enacted since 1976, but the full texts of items of legislation in the original languages are now being added for some nations. There is also a guide to Online Law available through this site.
The Library of Congress: Law Library Reading Room Services- Although the Law Library serves primarily as the foreign law research arm of Congress, its reference and legal specialists also provide American law reference and foreign law research and reference to the other branches of Government. The Law Library encourage patrons to first consult their local public and academic libraries, county library, and state library before contacting the Law Library for assistance. The Law Library should be considered a library of “last resort.”
Global Legal Information Network-The Global Legal Information Network (GLIN) maintains and provides a database of laws, regulations, and other complementary legal sources. The documents included in the database are contributed by the governments of the member nations from the original official texts which are deposited, by agreement of the members, in a server initially at the Library of Congress of the United States of America.
National Institutes of Health Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Consensus Statement, October 1998-Download from the internet, or request your free copy by toll-free telephone 888-644-2667.