The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law. (Title 44 United States Code). The King Library is one of over 1,300 libraries in the United States designated as a federal depository library. The library joined the depository program in 1962 and serves California's 16th U.S. Congressional District.
Sources for citing: DocsCite, RefWorks. and Basic Legal Citation. Arizona State University has set up an interactive program, called DocsCite. Use this to cite in either APA or MLA style. RefWorks also has a government publication module. Basic Legal Citation is from Cornell University.
Basic legal citation by Peter Martin is helpful in determining the correct legal citation. This also includes 3 tutorials on the basics related to legal citation.
How to search for Government Publications at the King Library
This is a search engine for freely available public domain govt information (inc Congressional member & committee sites, members' social media, news etc). Developed by James Jacobs, Stanford University.