Researching Legislative Histories: Bills,
Resolutions, Committee Hearings, and Committee Reports
If you are researching legislative
histories, you need a thorough understanding of federal legislative
documents. During this program, you will learn about:
Bills, resolutions, and the print and
Internet sources for them
Committee hearings—types and sources to
locate published hearings
Other miscellaneous documents and
Drafting Reference and Research Tools, including Statutory
Legislative History Reference and Research Tools
Recorded 2008 ISBN 10: 1-58733-082-2
Total run time: 88 minutes 0822
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