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Years of Congresses

When was the 43rd Congress? Which number are we on now? 

Government Assistance

    Answer questions to find out which government benefits you may be eligible for.

Government Documents

MTSU is a selective depository for federal government publications. These selected resources, including electronic resources, can be located through our library catalog. Federal depository materials can be used by all MTSU students, faculty and staff and the general public.

Starting Points for Government Information

    Electronic access to U.S. Government documents including the U.S. Budget; Code of Federal Regulations; congressional bills, documents, and hearings; the Congressional Record; the Federal Register; Public and Private Laws; the U.S. Code; and U.S. court opinions.
    U.S. government's official web portal.
    Legislative information from the Library of Congress, dating back to the 93rd Congress.
  • United States Government Manual  
    Online, 1995-present. Also in print, 1st floor -- Reference 353 Un3g.

Statistics and Data

For additional resources, see our Statistical Sources guide.

Library Catalogs of Government Information

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