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New Legal Resources @ CSL Thursday, March 12, 2009

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Environmental Crime. Kathleen F. Brickey. KF 3775 .B725 2008.

Everyday Law for Latino/as. Steven W. Bender, Raquel Aldana and Gilbert Paul Carrasco. KF 4757.5 .L38 E934 2008.

Privacy: The Lost Right. Jon I. Mills. KF 1262 .M55 2008.

A Legacy of Leadership: Governors and American History.  Clayton McClure Brooks, editor. JK 2447 .L45 2008.

American Indians And State Law: Sovereignty, Race, and Citizenship, 1790-1880. Deborah A. Rosen. KF 8205 .Z95 R67 2007.


Access to the State Library during St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Sat. Mar. 14 Tuesday, March 10, 2009

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On Saturday, March 14, 2009, the City of Hartford hosts the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Many streets around the State Library will be closed to traffic, but the Library will be open.

The parade route begins at Capitol Avenue by the state Capitol. The staging area for the parade includes the following streets which will be closed by 8:45 a.m.:

  • Capitol Avenue from Broad to Hudson;
  • all of Trinity Street;
  • all of Elm Street;
  • Washington Street & Lafayette Street from Capitol to Park,
  • Oak Street and
  • Hungerford Street.

The I-84 East Capitol Avenue exit will also be closed.

The Parade will begin at 11:00 a.m. in front of the State Capitol.

Please use Russ St. to access the State Library. The Russ St. gate to the parking lot (normally Exit Only) will be open for your convenience.

Please call 757-6500 if you have questions.

Database of the Week: BNA Tax Management Library Wednesday, March 4, 2009

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BNA Tax Management Library features the multiple tax aspects of U.S. and foreign income as well as Estates, Gifts and Trusts.  Updated daily, the News and Commentary section includes Daily Tax Report Highlights.  Currently, the “American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009” is summarized, analyzed and addresses specific aspects of the new law.  “Client Letters” explain the COBRA Premium Subsidy, the First-time Homebuyer’s Credit and other individual tax incentives that are relevant to today’s events.  The historical side of the database has full text Federal Cases from 1913, Board of Tax Appeals from 1917-1942 and Tax Court Opinions from 1942-present.  Along with the full text Internal Revenue Code are interactive tax forms and samples of will and trusts.  State portfolios feature a state by state breakdown of a state’s laws, regulations, codes, cases etc… for the tax practitioner.  The homepage has a list of Internal Revenue Service links and other tax related links. See Librarian for Log-in.

Two Billion Cars: Driving Toward Sustainability is March eBook of the Month Tuesday, March 3, 2009

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NetLibrary eBook of the Month

At present, there are roughly a billion motor vehicles in the world. Within twenty years, the number will double to 2 billion, largely a consequence of China’s and India’s explosive growth. Given that greenhouse gases are already creating havoc with our climate and that violent conflict in oil-rich nations is on the rise, does this mean that matters will only get worse? Or are there hopeful signs that effective, realistic solutions can be found?

In Two Billion Cars, transportation experts Daniel Sperling and Deborah Gordon provide a concise history of America’s love affair with cars and an overview of the global oil and auto industries. Two Billion Cars: Driving Toward Sustainability will be available to Connecticut State Library patrons March 1-31. If you already have a NetLibrary account established through the Connecticut State Library, visit www.netLibrary.org and log in. If you do not have a NetLibrary account, you can create one from any State Library computer.