With the exception of Bloomberg Law, Westlaw, and Lexis, all other resources are available to the overall UIC community. These three resources require individual passwords and present UIC Law enrollment.
Likely you will start with individual user password based research with Westlaw or Lexis, but these are also great law-based sources:
A different interface of Lexis, you can use this database for the basics of legal research, including cases, law review articles, and news
Lots of useful historical government documents and law review articles.
All Bloomberg links below require individual user password logins. Those enrolled in UIC Law classes can get an account here.
For related Health Policy topics within the Chart Builder, look at Health Care, as well as Labor & Employment
Includes ability to see everything Bloomberg has related to each state
PubMed, a service of the National Library of Medicine, provides access to MEDLINE citations back to the mid-1960s to present.
A resource for finding literature across a variety of disciplines.
Accessing Google Scholar through this guide will provide direct links to UIC's full text journal subscriptions
Law & policy information at the local, state, national, & international level.
Overview of state legislation, including health concerns.
Search the full text of Congressional bills, debates, and committee reports.
Congress.gov is the official website for U.S. federal legislative information.
Official record of the proceedings and debates of the U.S. Congress.
These reports are gold if you can find one on your topic.
Provides snapshots of current affairs