Statutory laws are the laws created by federal and state legislators. When a legislative body (e.g. the U.S. Congress or the Ohio Legislature) passes a bill, it becomes a statute after the executive signs it into law.
the text of bills and Laws at every level are increasingly available free online from the governmental bodies that create them.
If that doesn't do it, there are lots of other places to go looking, which you will find attached to this guide.
Confusing things to watch out for:
The U.S. Code is a topical arrangement of all of the federal laws currently in force.
All states also publish chronological public laws and codified laws. In Ohio, the topical arrangement of laws is called the Ohio Revised Code.
There are several websites below that will help you find bills and laws for specific states. This is not an exhaustive list of resources, but a starting point for your research.
Sometimes these websites include legislative documents, hearings, committee reports, and analyses.
You can also find the annotated revised codes for specific states in LexisNexis, which will include statutory history for specific sections of the code.