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Other Sources for Legislative History Research
Other possible avenues of legislative history research include:
- House Research Department Bill Summaries (1975-2008), summarize main provisions of bills and compare House bills with companion Senate bills.
- Personal papers of legislators influential in the passage of the bill. Search both the MNHS catalog and finding aids.
- Contemporary newspaper articles about the issues raised by the bill. See the Newspaper Collection for information on searching Minnesota newspapers.
- Records or publications of state agencies, political parties, or groups concerned with the legislation. Search both the MNHS catalog and finding aids.
Other Source Links
Finding aid for House Research Department's documents summarizing and comparing bills.
Search historic newspapers for advertisements and articles about people, events, and activities.
Search for books, pamphlets, maps, A/V materials, and archival and manuscript collections in our Library Catalog.
Search the full text of digital finding aids for State Archives and manuscript collections at MNHS.