Carolina Blawg

GPO Updates the Digitized Congressional Record (Bound Edition) from 1941-2007

On August 2, 2017, the Government Printing Office announced the release of a digitized version of the Congressional Record (Bound Edition) from 1941-1950, which is available for free viewing here. This latest addition supplements previous releases of the Congressional Record begun earlier this year and provides users with access to the digitized Congressional Record from 1941-2001, 2005-2007. 
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Posted by Melissa M. Hyland on Thu. August 3, 2017 8:28 AM
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Neil Gorsuch Project

The Neil Gorsuch Project: A website to help researchers locate information on Supreme Court Nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch.
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Posted by Tiffany Camp on Fri. March 17, 2017 2:26 PM
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Social Media Searching on ProQuest Congressional

ProQuest Congressional is a great resource for finding information regarding government documents.  But did you know that there is a way to search social media platforms?
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Posted by Allison Symulevich on Wed. March 8, 2017 11:13 AM
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Researching Executive Orders - A New Twist

It was recently reported that the White House posted incorrect versions of executive orders on whitehouse.gov. With the government website appearing to be an unreliable source for final executive orders, where can you locate reliable, official versions of executive orders?
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Posted by Nicole M. Downing on Fri. February 24, 2017 9:06 AM
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United Nations Treaty Series

The United Nations Treaty Series, the largest collection of treaty documents, is available online at no charge and in pdf format.
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Posted by Jim Sherwood on Wed. February 22, 2017 2:38 PM
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UNC Law Library Remembers Sylvia Mathis


The first black woman FBI agent in the United States was UNC-Chapel Hill’s Sylvia Elizabeth Mathis (J.D., 1975)
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Posted by Tiffany Camp on Fri. February 3, 2017 12:59 PM
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