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Course & Subject Guides
From a Bill to a Law
How Our Laws Are Made
Revised and updated by John V. Sullivan, Parliamentarian, United States House of Representatives, July 2007.
Enactment of a Law
By Robert B. Dove, Parliamentarian, United States Senate, February 1997.
Kids in the House
Educational site for kids, parents, and teachers
The Legislative Process
This series of 9 short videos shows how bills are written, voted on, and become law.
This guide will help you do social work policy research.
This guide will assist in conducting social work policy research. If you encounter any problems along the way, please consult the social work librarian in Hillman Library.
Things to remember about policy research and writing tips.
The following PowerPoint presentation covers some of the basic things to remember when doing policy research.
The Writer's Handbook will serve as a valuable resource for writing.
The Writer's Handbook by
Publication Date: 2014-02-11
The Writer's Handbook: A Guide for Social Workers is a writing reference for social work majors and graduate students.
I'm Just A Bill - Schoolhouse Rock