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The Congressional Record and its predecessors are the official proceedings of the U.S. Congress. Use the CR to determine what happened on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate.
Provides research and analysis concerning legislative activity of the United States Congress. The content can be browsed by year or by topic, and is supplemented with tables that analyze voting trends.
In the process of making laws, the U.S. Congress publishes hearings, prints, and reports related to the legislative process. These resources include expert testimony and debates on important topics in history and public policy as well as almost every aspect of American life.
The Federal Digital System is the U.S. government's repository for authentic digital information. Use FDsys to locate the latest publications from Congress, the Executive Office of the President, and more.
Research the history of Congress and early Congressional publications, including materials from the Continental Congress and the Constitutional Convention.
The Congressional Research Service analyzes public policy topics for the U.S. Congress. These reports are excellent resources for understanding the basics of almost anything for which Congress has the power to legislate.