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ABOUT CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS
Published hearing transcripts from Congressional committees and subcommittees contain all witness testimony, the question-and-answer portion of the hearing, and any other material requested of the witness by the committee. It takes several months, or even years, for a hearing to be published; some may never be published.
There are several types of Congressional hearings:
WHERE TO LOOK FOR INFORMATION ABOUT HEARINGS
WHERE TO FIND HEARINGS
ProQuest Congressional: ProQuest Congressional is a comprehensive online collection of primary source congressional publications and legislative research materials covering all topics, including government, current events, politics, economics, business, science and technology, international relations, social issues, finance, insurance, and medicine. Finding aid for congressional hearings (published and unpublished), committee prints, committee reports and documents from 1824-present, and the daily Congressional Record from 1985-present.
Resources beyond OSU and the internet
The Knight Library at the University of Oregon also has a more complete collection of hearings in print; if we can identify what is needed they or another depository library may be able to provide them via ILL.
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