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CMST 4140: Policy / Law Resources

[CMST|4140]

Identifying a Policy or Law

For your assignment, you need to find a policy or law at the federal or state level that has some connection to families.

Finding Details: Searching a Government Database

Once you have a policy in mind or to explore ideas, you can search government databases to find more information. Click the blue arrow for a help guide on searching GovInfo.

Tip:

Use Google to Search for Government Documents.

Google can be a powerful tool to find documents on government websites. Use "site:.gov" to precede your search terms to find government agency sites that pertain to your topic. Placing your search terms in quotation marks may help as well. Need additional help? Ask a Librarian.

Finding Details: Searching Agency Sites

The following links to federal and Utah state agencies can help you either identify potential policies related to families or research information about a known policy.

Government Information Librarian

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Merril-Cazier Library, Lower Level, Room 012
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