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LexisNexis Congressional offers access to substantial collections of information by and about the United States Congress. These collections are interlinked, allowing for in-depth exploration of legislative debates, reports, progress though committees, and congressional discussions about issues that defined the day, throughout American history. For more in-depth information on searching for Congressional publications see the Government and Law Guide.
The following collections are accessible through Miami University's LexisNexis Congressional access:
Congressional Hearings (more info)
Serial Set (more info)
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House and Senate Reports (more info): 1819 - Present
House and Senate Documents (more info): 1819 - Present
Committee Prints & miscellaneous publications (more info): 1830 - Present
Legislative Histories (more info): 1969 - Present
Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports (more info): 1916 - 2003
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