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Federal Statutes and Legislative Information

Statutes and other materials from the federal government.

Secondary Sources

Secondary sources can help elucidate constitutional provisions.  Many books, treatises, and periodicals have been written but the following are a few of the most well-know constitutional law secondary sources.

Database and Web Resources for the U.S. Constitution

Database and web resources on the U.S. Constitution.

Print Sources of the U.S. Constitution

Both the United States Code Annotated (catalog record) and the United States Code Service (catalog record) include annotated versions of the Constitution of the United States.  These versions of the Constitution will contain the most current annotations of the sources listed in print.