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HathiTrust is a partnership of major research institutions and libraries working to ensure that the cultural record is preserved and digitally accessible. A major source of digitized books and other documents. Some of the collection if available for free to all, and additional content is available to Carleton faculty, staff, and students.
HathiTrust offers many digital collections of federal government documents, including from the U.S. Civil Rights Commission and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. A very good place to discover the full text of government documents.
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Published annually by the Council of State Governments, this compendium is the definitive resource for what's happening year-by-year, at a glance but in rich detail all the same, in state legislatures. The library has 1937-current, with the most recent issue in Reference. Also now available online.
Gould Library Research Guide for Government Documents