Legislative History, Govt BenefitsLegislative History, Compiled Legislative Histories & BillsLegislative History, Hearings, Committee Reports, & Debates
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Federal Programs (SSI, Medicaid, and SNAP) Research  

This guide provides information on three govt. programs (SSI, Medicaid, and SNAP) and identifies pertinent print and online resources available through the NYU Law Library.
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Legislative History Pages

Legislative history is defined as "[t]he background and events leading up the enactment of a statute, including hearings, committee reports, and floor debates." (Black's Law Dictionary, 8th ed.).

The pages under this tab "Legislative History" provide links to resources offering legislative history materials focused on legislation related to SSI, Medicaid, and SNAP, as well as to links to resources offering legislative history materials not so focused. Researchers investigating the legislative history of govt. benefits legislation can find pertinent materials from both. Below are links to the pages located under this tab:

      

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