The legislative process begins when a bill is introduced in the Senate or the House of Representatives. A bill may undergo many revisions as it works its way through the legislative process. An enrolled bill is the version of the bill that was passed by Congress.
|Library of Congress||House Bills and Resolutions||6th Congress - 42nd Congress||Open Access|
|Library of Congress||Senate Bills and Resolutions||16th Congress - 42nd Congress||Open Access|
|FDsys||Congressional Bills||103rd Congress - present||Open Access|
|WestlawNext||Historical Proposed Legislation||104th Congress - present||Special Restrictions|
|Congressional Bills||73rd - 107th Congress||Fiche Cabinet: #23, Drawer 3 - #24, Drawer 4||Legal Information Center|
|Congressional Bills||1st - 55th Congress||Microfilm||Library West|
*Note: To access Congressional bills between the 56th and 72nd Congress (1899 - 1933), please contact the Law Library of Congress for information