Where can I find a copy of a law with the president's signature?
Although the Law Library collects all versions of the bills introduced in congress and Congress.gov provides digital versions of these items, the Library does not have copies of the bills signed by president. The enrolled version of a bill which is signed by House and Senate presiding officers and the president is sent to the National Archives where it is held as part of Record Group 11 (RG 11).
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