♦ See the Legislative History Indexes tab for details on using these indexes. ♦
1969 to the present - Hearings are in the Law Library in the CIS Microfiche Library. See the Legislative History Indexes tab for details on how to request fiche.
1789-present - Full text of hearings are available in Proquest Congressional.
1985-present - Full text of selected hearings beginning with the 99th Congress are also available on FDSys.
Selected pre-1935 - Hearings may be located in the Law Library by doing a title search in the MLaw Catalog. If the Law Library does not have the hearing, ask a librarian in the Docs Center at the Grad Library for assistance in locating a specific hearing.
1833 to the present - The Documents Center at the Graduate Library has hearings on CIS fiche from Please see the Finding Legislative Materials tab of this guide.
Links to additional Internet Resources can be found on the Internet Resources tab and on the Law Library’s Electronic Resources List.
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