California Ballot Propositions - Lists and summarizes all California Ballot Propositions from 1884 to present and whether the proposition passed or failed. Provided by the Los Angeles County Law Library.
California Code of Regulations - Provides access to current regulations of California agencies. Searchable by agency or keyword. Provided by the California Office of Administrative Law.
California Courts Self-Help Center - Designed to help people learn about California law, represent themselves in legal matters, and find legal assistance. Provided by the California Judicial Council.
Code of Federal Regulations - Current Code of Federal Regulations searchable by citation, by keyword or by using the detailed table of contents. Provided by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University.
Court TV Online - Provides information on current newsworthy cases and controversies. Also includes a Crime Library of famous cases. Provided by Court TV (television program).
FindLaw - Includes categories: U.S. case law, law codes, international law, law review articles, legal news, lawyers, law schools, and legal organizations; organized into sections for: legal professionals, students, business, and the public; provided by FindLaw, Inc.
Human Rights Library - Includes over 6,500 human rights documents and links to over 2,400 sites; provided by the University of Minnesota Human Rights Center.
Internet Legal Resource Guide - Includes a categorized index of more than 4,000 sites from over 200 countries, with an emphasis on the U.S; provided by Internet Legal Resource Guide.
Justice Information Center - Includes categories: Corrections, Courts, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice Statistics, Drugs and Crime, International, Juvenile Justice, Law Enforcement, Research and Evaluation, and Victims; provided by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service.
Legal Information Institute - Includes categories: Law About..., Constitutions and Codes, Court Opinions, and Law by Source or Jurisdiction; provided by Cornell University Law School.
Legislative Counsel of California - Official site for California legislative information; includes text of California Codes and text, status, analysis, and votes for Assembly and Senate bills; provided by the Legislative Counsel.
Municipal Codes - Extensive collection of links to city and county codes available via the Internet. Provided by Seattle Public Library.
Nolo Law Centers - Includes Nolo's Legal Encyclopedia and Nolo?s Law Dictionary. Provides answers to legal questions in plain English. Provided by Nolo Press.
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention - Includes information, publications, links, and statistics; provided by the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Regulations.com - The central online rulemaking portal of the United States government; enables searching, viewing, and commenting on proposed Federal regulations from approximately 160 U.S. federal departments and agencies.
Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics - Includes data from more than 100 sources about all aspects of criminal justice in the U.S.; presented in over 600 tables available in Adobe Acrobat format; provided by the University of Albany and the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics.
American Government and Public Policy Internet Resources - Includes categories: Gateway Sites, Academic and Research Sites, Congress and Law, Executive Branch, Media, Political Parties, Campaigns, Elections, Public Opinion, Public Policy, States and Localities, and Statistics; provided by Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley.
The Brookings Institution - The nation's oldest think tank; nonpartisan organization which sponsors research, analysis, education, and publications focused on public policy issues in the areas of economics, foreign policy, and governance; provided by the Brookings Institution.
California Government and Public Policy Internet Resources - Includes categories: Gateway Sites, Academic and Research Sites, State Agencies, State Legislature and Law, Local and Regional Government, Media, Political Parties, Campaigns, Elections, Public Opinion, Public Policy, and Statistics; provided by Institute of Governmental Studies, UC Berkeley.
California Institute for County Government - Includes county profiles with financial, economic, and demographic statistics for each county in the state; also provides selected newspaper articles about California counties; provided by California State Association of Counties and CSU Sacramento.
Elections Around the World - Includes information on election results around the world as well as links to parties, parliaments, and election institutes; provided by Electionworld.org.
The Field (California) Poll - Selected reports from an independent, non-partisan, media-sponsored public opinion news service that focuses on California political and social issues; provided by the Field Research Corporation.
Foreign Affairs Online - Includes categories: General Reference, Map Resources, Media, US Government, Foreign States, UN, NGOs and IGOs, International Law, Human Rights, International Relations, Think Tanks, and Digital Divide; provided by Robert J. Beck.
Government in Latin America - Includes categories: Government, Human Rights, Law & Justice, Military, and Political Science; many sites are not in English; provided by Latin American Network Information Center, University of Texas.
Governments on the WWW - Includes over 16,000 links to parliaments, ministries, offices, law courts, embassies, city councils, public broadcasting corporations, central banks, multi-governmental institutions, and political parties; provided by Gunnar Anzinger.
ICPSR (Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research) - Provides a vast archive of social science data for research and instruction; for information about access and use, CSUMB students, faculty and staff should contact the campus ICPSR representative, Dr. Jennifer Dyer-Seymour (SBS); provided by the University of Michigan.
International Affairs Resources - Includes over 2,000 links in categories: Getting Started, Media Resources, Organizations, Regions and Countries, and Topics; provided by Wayne A. Selcher, Elizabethtown College.
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press - Summaries of results from an independent public opinion research group that studies attitudes toward the press, politics, and public policy issues; provided by the Center.
Political Resources on the Net - Political sites sorted by country, with links to Parties, Organizations, Governments, Media and more from all around the world; provided by Roberto Cicciomessere.
PollingReport.com - Nonpartisan site which reports poll data on topics of national, political, economic, and sociocultural interest; sources include: Gallup, Harris, CNN, CBS/NYT, and NBC/WSJ; provided by The Polling Report, Inc.
Project Vote Smart - Tracks more than 40,000 current elected officials and candidates; includes voting records, issues and background information, campaign finances and performance evaluations; zip code access to listings of state and federal representatives; provided by Project Vote Smart.
Political Science Resources on the Web - Includes categories: Area Studies, Foreign Politics, International Relations, Local Governments, Political Theory, State Governments, Statistics, Think Tanks, U.S. Politics and Elections; provided by the University of Michigan Documents Center.
Public Opinion Poll Database - Search an archive of over 230,000 poll questions by keywords; provided by the Odum Institute for Research in Social Science at UNC Chapel Hill.
Public Policy Institute of California - Private, nonprofit organization which sponsors research on major economic, social and political issues affecting the state; includes the full text of published reports; provided by the Institute.
State and Local Government on the Net - Includes links to all 50 state governments as well as many county and city governments; provided by Piper Resources.
Stateline.org - Includes comparative information on the public policies of all 50 states, searchable by state or by issue (e.g., healthcare or election reform); contains current and archived news and background information about the states and their governments; provided the Pew Center on the States.