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Federal Legislative History Materials

About Hearings

Hearings are the testimonies of witnesses before House and Senate committees and are documented by transcripts. Hearings may be held on an individual bill or a group of bills. Not all hearings are published. There is often a lengthy delay for those hearings that are officially published. Final official versions may include other documentary evidence presented to a committee during the hearing process.

Committee Hearings