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Government Information Resources

Gateway to online and printed federal government information resources available to the Middlebury College Community.

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These are the most widely-used resources for finding information about the U. S. Congress:

Historical Collections


Congressional Record

The Congressional Record is, according to Chapter 9 of Title 44 of the United States Code, "substantially a verbatim report of [the] proceedings" of Congress. It is the official record of Congress, and is published daily while Congress is in session. Indexes are published approximately every two weeks, and at the end of a session of Congress, the daily editions are compiled and bound into the official permanent edition.





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