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ProQuest Congressional
Database of congressional information and publications, including congressional hearings, reports, the Congressional Record, public laws, and Statutes at Large. Also provides bill-tracking and legislative histories. Hearings, Prints, and other Committee documents go back to early 1800s and are full text.  Congressional Research Service from 1916 are also present. Also provides legislative histories back to 1969.                

THOMAS
Contains Bills, Resolutions, Congressional Record, Schedules/Calendars, Committee information and presidential nominations.  Most information is from 1994-present.  Does allow for some legislative tracking as well. 

U.S. Congressional Serial Set (1817-1980)  
This digital collection is comprised of the Reports, Documents and Journals of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that have been bound in sequential volumes sine 1817. 

DiscoverE 
Most all of our hearings and other congressional documents in print and electronic are available in DiscoverE.  Individual hearings and prints available in ProQuest Congressional are also available in DiscoverE.

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