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Where can I find full text of testimony from a U.S. Congressional hearing?

Last Updated: Apr 10, 2017  |  45 Views

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ProQuest Congressional includes full text of U.S. Congressional hearings from 1824 to present. 

If the text of a hearing is not listed there, also try:

Federal News Service which has verbatim transcripts (including speeches, congressional hearings, and interviews). Aug. 1988-current.

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