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New York State: Locating Information
The indexes and web sites aid in locating New York State
information. Unless otherwise specified, all of the call numbers refer
to items which can be retrieved on the Lower Level of the Science, Industry
and Business Library. (*R precedes Library of Congress call numbers,
which are on items on the Open Reference Shelves of the Lower Level
or at the McGraw Desk).
|Dictionary Catalog of Official Publications of the State of New
||JBM 00-441 (Dec. 18, 1973-June 1989)
|A Checklist of Official Publications of the State of New York
||*R Z 1223.5 .N57 .N55 (Oct. 1947-)
|Official Publications of the State of New York
||Microfiche in *XLE-365 (1983-1994)
Microfilm in *ZAN-T3182 (1975-1982)
|Statistical Reference Index annual (private organizations and
state government sources)
||*R Z 7554 .U5 .S73 (Latest annual at McGraw Desk)
Microfiche in *XLF-358 (1988-)
New York (State) Governor
Very Good site for New York State information. This is where the latest Executive
Budget and the Governor's latest speeches and press
releases can be found. Links to other important executive agencies'
New York (State) Senate
New York State Legislative information: Current Bills and Resolutions, Statutes,
Constitution, Chapter Laws, Vetoes, Senate member directory, Senate legislative
New York (State) Assembly
New York State Assembly Calendar, Hearing Schedules, Committees Agenda, Legislative
Reports, Member Directory. Help to understand the state legislative process.
Searching Bill information by bill no. or keyword.
New York State Library
Access to Excelsior, the Library's Catalog;
the Checklist of Official
Publications of the State of New York; the New York State Government
Information Locator Service.
Legislative History Tutorial
Descriptions of Governor's Bill, Veto and Recall Jackets from the New York
York State Court of Appeals Decisions
Full text of decisions from 1992 to date, searchable by topic, key word,
or name of parties. Current year arranged by date. Very current; decisions
often available the day after release.
Written by Cornell law students, these bulletins offer extensive notes and
commentary on significant recent New York Court of Appeals decisions.