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Oregon Law Librarian Wins National Award for 1953-1993 Oregon Revised Statutes Digitization Project
The American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) awarded their
June 16, 2017

U.S. Supreme Court Web Citation Link Rot Fix (UC Berkeley)
If you think the U.S. Supreme Court posts official versions of their opinions on their website … hahaha … I have a virtual bridge and an inside WH or Congressional source to sell you for $1B dollars. (Tip: Beware of any source who charges too much or too little and read those disclaimers, e.g.
April 3, 2017

More Sources of Free Full-text Versions of Articles
People like “free.’ People like getting free content from other people who paid for the content. Long live the free-loader, long live the person who spends $20 in time and gas looking for a free parking spot instead of paying $10 for a paid space! It’s the principle, isn’t it?
April 3, 2017