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Legislative History — District of Columbia (Westlaw PRO™)

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Legislative History — District of Columbia (Westlaw PRO™)

104937399

104937399
104937399
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This unlimited-use subscription lets you easily investigate the intent, meaning, and history of District of Columbia statutes. You can find bill titles, the date a bill was introduced, and committee assignments. House and Senate journals, committee reports, floor testimony, and each draft of a bill from initiation to passage are included where available. Reference tools include indexes, popular name tables, tables of contents, word searches, and KeyCite® status flags.

WestlawNext™ builds on Westlaw's strengths to bring you the next evolution of legal research. Now searches are even more intuitive and efficient, and results even more inclusive and relevant. So you'll have confidence that a simple word search delivers the documents you need.

Other content on WestlawNext is also available to you at additional charges based on Westlaw plan inclusion. If you link outside your subscription content, messages will inform you that you will be billed at regular WestlawNext rates.

Features

  • Analyze and organize your research more efficiently using folders, highlighting, adding research notes, and more
  • The most relevant results display first; or narrow results by filling in a blank or checking a box
  • New search algorithm ensures confidence in your search results, giving you the right answers, right away
  • Provides a clean and intuitive design, customizable display, and on-screen icons for easy use
  • Unlimited access plus free research and technical support for one low monthly fee
  • Simple natural language queries allow for better searching in all WestlawNext content without needing to select a database