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Citations to legal information sources such as US Reports, the US Code, the Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations are given in two formats. The first is the legal citation style used in The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 19th ed. (Harvard Law Review Association, 2010). The second format conforms closely to the examples in Diane Garner’s The Complete Guide to Citing Government Information Resources: A Manual for Social Science & Business Research (3rd ed., rev. by Debora Cheney. Congressional Information Service, 2002). Where Garner's sample citations to legal information differed significantly from MLA style, a citation was constructed to conform to MLA standards for a source published in a non-government periodical, such as a popular magazine.
Below, are examples of the two citation formats mentioned above:
16 U.S.C. Sec. 668 (1988).
"Protection of Bald and Golden Eagles." Title 16 US Code, sec. 668, Government Printing Office,1988, pp. 839-846.
Admission of Refugees, 8 C.F.R. pt. 207 (1992).
"Admission of Refugees." Title 8 Code of Federal Regulations, pt. 207, 1992, pp. 104-106.
Reno [Nevada]. Opportunities for Citizen Participation in Reno City Government: Boards, Commissions and Committees. Reno, 1995.
Nevada, Department of Transportation. Travel Demand Analysis of Selected Small Urban Areas of Nevada. Nevada. Department of Transportation .
"DP04. Selected Housing Characteristics, 2010-2014 American Community Survey 5-year Estimates. Gabbs CDP, Nevada." American FactFinder, Bureau of the Census, 2016, factfinder.census.gov/bkmk/table/1.0/en/ACS/14_5YR/DP04/. Accessed 19 August 2016.
United States, National Park Service. Final General Management Plan, Environmental Impact Statement. Glacier National Park: Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, the World's First International Peace Park, a World Heritage Site. National Park Service, 1999.
Borrie, William T., and James A. Harding. Effective Recreation Visitor Communication Strategies: Rock Climbers in the Bitterroot Valley, Montana. US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station , www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_rn015.pdf. Accessed 12 January 2016.