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       Citing Legal Materials in APA Formal
   A guide on how to cite legal materials in APA format, compiled by the California State University, Stanislaus Library.
       Congressional Digest
   Search Congressional Digest, Supreme Court debates, and International Debates. Full-text is NOT available here.
       FindLaw-New Mexico is a popular site for free legal information on the Internet and a large legal directory.
       IBR Standards Portal
   This portal provides access to ANSI standards that have been incorporated by reference in the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). These standards incorporated by the U.S. government in rulemakings are offered at no cost in “read only” format and are presented for online reading. There are no print or download options.
       National Archives and Records Administration
   The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation's record keeper. Of all documents and materials created in the course of business conducted by the United States Federal government, only 1%-3% are so important for legal or historical reasons that they are kept by us forever.
       New Mexico Legislature
   The Legislature is composed of a 70-member House of Representatives and a 42-member Senate.
       New Mexico Legislature Bill Finder
   Search by keyword, subject, number or sponsor.
       New Mexico Statutes and Court Rules
   Unannotated state statutes and court rulings.
       New Mexico Supreme Court Library
   Law Library Governmment Documents Site
       Thomas - U.S. Legislative Information
   THOMAS provided by the Library of Congress makes federal legislative information freely available to the public. Find information on congressional bills, resolutions, and schedules.
       UNM Law Library
   The Law Library serves and supports the Law School in its mission of educating and training students to become excellent lawyers who will enrich the local community after graduation, and in focusing resources through education, research, and service on some of New Mexico’s most pressing legal needs.