U.S. Statutes Explained
Statutes are bills or resolutions that have been passed into law. It may be assigned various identifiers in the process. For example, National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 has three sets of identifiers —
          Pub L 91-190 Sec. 102               83 STAT 56               42 U.S.C. 4332
This example is used to explain how to input specific document identifier in this form. Please provide at least one of these document identifiers.
      U.S. Congressional Publications - Statutes, Law, and U.S. Code      

Congress Number (if applicable)
Congress Session (if applicable)
1st2d
*Title of Statutes
* Please give at least one set of document identifier information below —

Public/Private Law:
Law Number (ex. for Pub L 91-190, type 91-190)
Section (Sec.) number
Date of Publication (Public/Private Law)
Month:
Day:
Year:
Statutes at Large (ex. 83 STAT 56 — 83 is Volume Nr., 56 is Page Nr.)
          Volume number
          Page number
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Year of Publication (U.S. Statutes at Large)
U.S. Code (ex. 42 U.S.C. 4332 — 42 is Title Nr., 4332 is Section Nr.)
          Title number
          Section number
Year of Publication (U.S. Code)
Online Info
Permalink, DOI or a complete web address (including http:// or https://):
Enter the accessed date in a format like this (no abbreviations):
Input Online Database name:

Citation Format:
   Bibliography / Footnotes
   Reference List / Parenthetical

    
 


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