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Federal legislative history
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U.S. Capitol Building

U.S. Capitol in June
Photo credit: Architect of the Capitol, U.S.-PD

This guide provides an overview of resources for locating federal legislative history research. Print and electronic resources available from the University of Minnesota Law Library are highlighted.  For information and resources relating to Minnesota legislative history research, consult the legislative history section of our Researching Minnesota Law guide.

Accessing Databases: access to some databases linked to in this guide may be restricted to members affiliated with the U of M Law School or the U of M Twin Cities campus. Please see our Databases Directory for further information on access privileges.

 

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