Q. Where can I find U.S. House and Senate committee hearings?

The U.S. Senate's "Hearings & Meetings" webpage includes a listing of current and upcoming hearings as well as links to conducting committee hearings research. The U.S. Senate also has a "Find Hearings" page with links to references and resources related to current and past U.S. Congressional hearings.

The U.S. House committee hearings videos can be searched on Congress.gov.

Printed U.S. Congressional hearings that were distributed through the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) can be located by contacting a FDLP depository.

Contacting or visiting the website of the Congressional committee that held the hearing may also provide additional information on a specific hearing. Congress.gov's "Committees" webpage includes links to committees and other related committee hearing resources.

The National Archives and Records Administration's (NARA) "Center for Legislative Archives" may also have congressional hearing related materials.

For unpublished Congressional hearings, the Library of Congress (LOC) has an article about "Unpublished Congressional Hearings" that include links to locating free and subscription resources.


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  • Last Updated Jun 07, 2019
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