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Government Resources

Information about national, state, and local government resources.

State Resources

The Budget and Policy Division aids the Governor in formulating and implementing state policy by coordinating with state agencies, the Legislature, and various constituents and stakeholder groups. Throughout the legislative session, the division analyzes each piece of legislation and makes recommendations to the Governor.

Texas Constitution and Statutes is a searchable database for the Texas Constitution and Texas statutes and codes. 


The Handbook of Texas was created by the Texas State Historical Association. This handbook strives to promote a comprehensive history of Texas and includes multiple secondary handbooks.


Texas Legislature Online helps users find their district and legislator, provides information about the legislative process and the status of bills and hearings.

Type your address into Who Represents Me? and get a complete list of your state representatives and links to their government websites.


​Municode is the nation’s leading publisher of local government codes of ordinances. The Municode library can be used to search for municipal codes for most cities in Texas.  

The Texas Public Information Act, supported by the Attorney General’s office, requires governmental bodies to release information to a requestor. Visit this site to find information on how to file a request.