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United States Congressional Information: Congressional Hearings

Congressional information can be a great source if you are interested in looking at specific bills or laws, or if you are looking to understand the intent behind a law, or if you are looking for background information, data and statistics on a variety of

Congressional Hearings

A hearing is a meeting or session of a Senate, House, joint, or special committee of Congress used to obtain information and opinions on proposed legislation, an investigation, and more. Hearing publications contain data and testimonies from external experts, researchers, and organizations and can be a valuable resource for researching various issues and topics. 

Congressional research guides and sources