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Includes information on Congress from official and non-official sources
Congressional Directory 1994 - present
This is the official directory of the U.S. Congress. Provides short biographies and additional data such as committee memberships and terms of service.
Library of Congress, Thomas
Provides full text of Congressional bills 1989 - present, text of all bill versions, legislative status, links to reports and debates, and the Congressional Record.
Congressional Bills 1993 - present
The current Congress database is updated by 6 a.m. (EST) daily when bills are published and approved for release. Files are available as ASCII text and PDF.
History of Bills 1983 - present
Lists legislative actions on bills that are reported in the Congressional Record.
Bills and Resolutions
Library of Congress - American Memory: A description of the process is provided, as well as a searchable database of House bills and resolutions from the 6th - 42nd Congress, Senate bills and resolutions from the 16th - 42nd Congress, and Senate joint resolutions from the 18th - 42nd Congress.
Statutes at Large
The official source of the laws passed by the U.S. Congress, of which 18 volumes are provided for the first 42 Congresses, 1789 - 1875.
The American State Papers
The first set of congressional papers produced from 1789-1838 in 38 volumes.
The U.S. Congressional Serial Set
Partially digitized House and Senate Documents and Reports from the 23rd Congress - 1833-1835 through the 65th Congress - 1915-1917.
Resources in the Library
Roll Call Votes
House of Representatives Roll Call votes 1990 - present
Includes brief description of bill numbers, votes of individual members, and yeas and nays by party.
Congressional Hearings 1995 - present
A hearing is a meeting of a Senate, House, Joint, or Special Committee for Congress usually open to the public. Their function is to obtain information on proposed legislation or to conduct an investigation into the activities of a government department, among other functions. Includes only hearings released to the Government Printing Office from the Committees.
Committee Reports 1996 - present
From Thomas, Library of Congress.
Congressional Budget Office
Projects trends in federal income and expenditures, and revenue issues for proposed legislation
General Accounting Office (GAO)
Includes lists of Reports and Testimonies, 1995 - present
GAO Bluebook Reports
Includes full text of Reports to Congress on government management, 1994 - present
Government Printing Office
Index to Federal publications 1994 - present
Library of Congress
Serves as the research arm of Congress.