Microforms constitute a major part of the collection, comprising about 90,000 volume equivalents. Many less used, but still, important works are on microfilm or microfiche such as collections of congressional bills and hearings, U. S. Supreme Court briefs, session laws of all the states, state attorney general opinions and bar journals. Newer documents are now published in a digital format, which the library now exclusively collects. As more of these collections become available digitally, microforms will be replaced. Microforms are housed in cabinets along the hallway on the north side of the building on level one. A reader-printer is available on the counter near the compact shelving on level one. Pages may be downloaded to a USB drive, emailed to your account, or paper copies may be made for 10ȼ per page. If you need assistance with printing, please go to the information desk on level one.