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Legislative History Research: A Guide

Basic research tools for tracking the progress of bills, hearings, and other legislative steps in the United States federal government.

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Where Can I Find Bills?

Listed below are the following resources that will provide you access to bills and their amendments (including private bills), and other types of proposed legislation such as joint, concurrent and general resolutions. Keep in mind that there are different versions of bills are produced through the legislative process. All final published bill versions will be available through from GPO of FDSys.

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