While there is some uniformity and predictability to what resources are available on the Web from the various agencies and branches of the federal government, much less comforting similarity exists for the resources provided by the various states. The universe of what is available is expanding, but there are still many gaps. In addition, many states have not yet stabilized their Web resources. They keep reorganizing or changing what they offer, usually changing Web addresses at the same time. Still, in most instances, today you can find the current code, without annotations, and at least a few judicial opinions. Often a much greater extent and variety of resources are available.
Cahill, Maureen, "Law Beyond Our Borders: Legal Resources from the Other 49 States" (2008). Presentations. 44.