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The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) annual edition is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the departments and agencies of the Federal Government produced by the Office of the Federal Register (OFR) and the Government Publishing Office.
A library of municipal codes and ordinances for most municipalities in Wisconsin and other states. (Note: The contents of this site may not immediately reflect the most current legislation.)
Find information about upcoming elections; local, state and federal elected officials; voting districts and wards; voting information for members of the military and their families; and voting information for U.S. citizens temporarily or permanently living overseas.
A multimedia archive devoted to the Supreme Court of the United States and its work. It aims to be a complete source for all audio recorded in the Court since October 1955. The Project also provides information on all justices and a virtual reality tour of portions of the Supreme Court building, including some justices’ chambers.
Collects forms, publications, and laws related to landlord and tenant issues. A nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting positive relations between rental housing consumers and providers throughout Wisconsin.
In partnership program with the U.S. Small Business Administration, offers workshops, online training, counseling, and helpful information for small businesses or those considering starting a small business.
The Wausau Municipal Code is provided as a convenience to citizens and the legal community. The ordinances reproduced on this website are derived from the updated computer files used to produce the official Wausau Municipal Code. Changes to the code are enacted on a continuous basis by the Wausau Common Council and will be posted to this...
Published annually from 1879-1883 and then biennially since 1885, Wisconsin Blue Books provide extensive description and statistics on virtually all aspects of life in Wisconsin, including major sections on the state’s population, geography, history, election data, educational resources, social services, finance, agriculture, industry, transportation system...
Provides access to public records of the circuit courts of Wisconsin, searchable by name, county, case number, and other details. These are exact copies of the case information entered by court staff in the counties where the case files are located.
The Wisconsin Digital Archives is a growing collection of documents published by state government from 2001-current. These full-text documents provide a record of major state government programs and cover current, newsworthy topics about life in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Judicare is a non-profit law firm dedicated to providing equal access to justice to Wisconsin residents. Located in the U.S. Bank Building in downtown Wausau, Wisconsin Judicare is the civil legal service provider for Wisconsin's northern 33 counties and 11 federally recognized Indian tribes. From its inception, Wisconsin...
This resource offers Wisconsin legal forms, databases of state law and local ordinances, landlord/tenant resources, directories of legal assistance, directories of local legal authorities, and information on small claims court, divorce, child support, foreclosure, etc.
A list of links to the ordinances of cities, towns, villiages, and counties throughout Wisconsin, assembled and maintained by the Wisconsin State Law Library.
The Wisconsin Statutes are a compilation of the general laws of the state of Wisconsin currently in effect that have been given statute section numbers by legislation or supreme court order.