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Databases
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Unless otherwise specified, all of the call numbers refer to items which can be requested and retrieved from the B. Altman Delivery Desk on the Lower Level of the Science, Industry and Business Library. (Where *R-SIBL precedes Library of Congress call numbers, these items are on the Open Reference Shelves on the Lower Level or at the McGraw Desk.)

Databases

State Capital Universe [Lexis/Nexis State Capital]. Available at SIBL and the other Research Libraries. State legislative and regulatory materials: State constitutions and current state codes, with annotations including session laws and caselaw; bills from 1990 (availablility may vary by state); State registers and administrative codes, as well as regulatory tracking. Additional features include links to official state websites, searchable legislator directory, issue tracking and the Martindale-Hubbell® Law Digest.

Statistical Universe [Lexis/Nexis Statistica]. Available at SIBL and the Humanities and Social Sciences Library. Index to statistical Information from state government sources as well as private organizations. Provides some full text as well as an extensive range of citations and abstracts for the library's set of Statistical Reference Index (SRI) Microfiche: call number *XLF-358 (SIBL has from 1988 through current).

Index

Index to Current Urban Documents. Latest 10 years under call number *R-SIBL Z7165.U5 I654. Earlier editions, from 1972, under call number JLM 87-1599. Microfiche for documents indexed in this set can be found under call number *XLE-372, available from 1984 through 2000. Documents on CD-ROM from 2000 - 2005.

Websites

Library of Congress - State Government Information: Links to official state websites and additional state and local government resources.

State Agency Databases (from ALA GODORT): Annotated list of links to state regulators' websites and databases, prepared by the American Library Association's Government Documents Round Table.

For additional recommended resources, see the Government & Law section of the NYPL Best of the Web page: http://www.nypl.org/links.

Updated KJ 8/2008