♦ 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.
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