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Congressional hearings are meetings conducted by the various committees of the US Congress. While most hearings are open to the public, some hearings are held in executive session and are closed to the public.
Transcripts of congressional hearings normally include written statements submitted by the members of the committee and witnesses, and the verbatim dialogue between committee members and witnesses. At times, additional materials are added to the hearing transcript including the full-text of articles in newspapers and journals and reports that were mentioned during the testimony.
Not all hearings are transcribed and published.
|CIS||1970 -present||Fiche cabinet: #26 - #32|
|Unpublished House Committee Hearings||1833 - 1964||Fiche cabinet: #44, Drawers 5-7|
|Unpublished Senate Committee Hearings||1825 - 1972||Fiche cabinet: #44, Drawer 7 - #45, Drawer 1|
|Congressional Committee Hearings||89th - 91st Congress||Fiche cabinet: #43, Drawers 6 - #44, Drawer 3|