Seattle Public Library & National Association of Secretaries of State Announce New URLs for Local & State Code Resources
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Both the Seattle Public Library and the National Association of Secretaries of State have changed the URLs for their Municipal Code and State Code Resources (respectively).*

Internet access to the National Association of Secretaries of State's Administrative Code & Register section is now available at This state-by-state table links to the Registers, Codes and/or Manuals of any of the 50 states (or six protectorates/territories-American Samoa, D.C, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands) that have made this material available on the Internet. The page also includes links to corollary Federal Government resources.

The Librarians of the Seattle Public Library have put together an extensive list of selected Municipal Codes from 33 states and the District of Columbia that are available online. The site also links to six other Code publishers' siites and code indices. That list is now available at

*Owners of the new 4th Edition of "How to Use the Internet for Legal, Business & Investigative: A Guide for Legal Professionals" should note these changes on pages 48 and 47 & 53 respectively.

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