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Congressional Publications: Congressional Reports

What Are They?

Congressional reports originate from congressional committees and deal with proposed legislation and issues under investigation.Congressional reports, along with Congressional documents, are part of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, commonly referred to as the Serial Set.  

Text source: FDsys
Image source: The Library of Congress

Coverage: 1789-current

How to Find Them?

  1. Make sure to select "Advanced Search"

  2. Select "House & Senate Reports"


Other Resources

  • Congressional Reports (Print)
    OWU Beeghly Government Documents Area
    SuDoc#: Y 1.1/5: & Y 1.1/8:
    SuDoc#:  Y 1.1/2:SERIAL (Serial Set)
  • Congressional Reports via FDsys (Online Full Text) (1995-current)

Proceeded by American State Papers, SuDoc# Y 1.1/2: