Use the resources on this guide to help you:
If you need assistance at any time during the research process, contact your subject librarian for help.
When searching for primary and secondary sources about a law or policy, it helps to know the following:
Knowing these basic facts can help guide your search for primary documents (legislative hearings, news coverage) and scholarly research.
Try brainstorming these policy stakeholders before you search, or use reference sources (encyclopedias, even Wikipedia!) to learn the names, dates, and key terminology you will need to conduct efficient searches.