How do you cite a hearing in APA?

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How do you cite a hearing in APA?

Title of Hearing, Number of Congress Cong. Page number (Year) (testimony of Name of witness).

How do you cite a resolution?

General format: Author (if applicable),Title (if applicable), Resolution or Decision number, UN Body and OR Designation, Session number or year, Supplement number, UN Document number (Date or Year) pinpoint.

How do I cite a House resolution in APA?

Include the bill title (if relevant), the abbreviated name of the house (H.R. or S.) and number of the bill, the number of the Congress, and the year of publication. When the URL is available, include it at the end of the reference list entry.

How do you cite legislative history?

The Bluebook states that when citing United States legislative material (except debates), you should include the title, if relevant, the abbreviated name of the chamber, the number of the Congress, the number assigned to the material, and the year of publication. State materials are typically cited the same way.

What does Rep mean in citation?

Standard APA Abbreviations

Edition ed.
Technical Report Tech. Rep.
Translator(s) Trans.
Volume (as in Vol. 4) Vol.
Volumes (as in 4 Vols.) Vols.

How do you cite a piece of legislation?

Basic format to reference legislation and cases

  1. Short Title of Act (in italics).
  2. Year (in italics).
  3. Jurisdiction abbreviation (in round brackets).
  4. Section number and subdivision if applicable.
  5. Country abbreviation (in round brackets).
  6. The first line of each citation is left adjusted.

Do you italicize court cases?

Standardize titles of legal sources in your prose unless you refer to the published version: as the MLA Handbook indicates, italicize the names of court cases, but capitalize the names of laws, acts, and political documents like titles and set them in roman font. In the names of court cases, use the abbreviation v.

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