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AALL believes that federal, state, and local governments should provide a universal citation for government information that it disseminates for citizen use. A universal (or public domain) citation system is both medium and vendor neutral. AALL recommends that federal, state, and local governments should adopt AALL's universal citation formats, as illustrated in the
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"Universal Citation and the American Association of Law Libraries: A White Paper"
(LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL Vol. 103:3 [2011-22])
"AALL Task Force on Citation Formats Report"
(87 L. Libr. J. 577 (1995))
President's Briefing - "The Path to Citation Reform
, July 1998
Letter to Colorado Supreme Court,
"Comments on the proposed adoption of a public domain citation format for the Colorado Supreme Court and the Colorado Court of Appeals published opinions"
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