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ProQuest® Congressional
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No other database, web-based or otherwise, covers congressional information as comprehensively as the ProQuest Congressional service. Controlled vocabulary indexing, indicative abstracts, and detailed bibliographic data make searching easy. Researchers can access the full text of congressional publications and legislation, as well as a wide variety of information about Congress, including member biographical and committee assignment information, voting records, and financial data.

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  • Extensive searchable Help text providing both how-to-search tips and background on congressional information
  • Easy-to-use index term look-up tool
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