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Legal Research Resources for USD Students (Non-Law): Statutes & Legislative History From Other States
This guide is intended for academic research in legal resources by University of South Dakota graduate and undergraduate students from colleges and schools other than the School of Law. The information in this guide is not intended as legal advice.
LexisNexis contains annotated state constitutions and codes. Refer to the LexisNexis diagram on the Courts and Case Law tab. Under Legal, choose "State Statutes and Regulations" and Advanced Options. Check "Constitution" or "Statutory Code." Click on a state to browse the table of contents. Check one or more states and use the box for a segment search i.e. TEXT(search term), or keyword or Boolean search.
The Law Librarians' Society of Washington, D.C. created and maintains this extensive list of state government links, state government information links, and commercial sources for state legislative research. It was last updated September 9, 2014.
An Inventory of State Legislative History Research Guides