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  • David P. Dillard
    UNITED STATES: GOVERNMENT: FEDERAL: CONGRESS: Congressional Committee Prints: Search Congressional Committee Prints: Search
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 30, 2007
      UNITED STATES: GOVERNMENT: FEDERAL: CONGRESS:
      Congressional Committee Prints: Search


      Congressional Committee Prints: Search
      <http://www.gpoaccess.gov/cprints/search.html>


      GPO Access contains congressional committee prints for the 105th Congress
      (1997-98) forward. Documents are available in ASCII text and, in some
      cases, in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).

      Select a Volume(s):

      110th Congress (2007-08)
      House Committee Prints
      Senate Committee Prints

      109th Congress (2005-06)
      House Committee Prints
      Senate Committee Prints

      108th Congress (2003-04)
      House Committee Prints
      Senate Committee Prints

      107th Congress (2001-02)
      House Committee Prints
      Senate Committee Prints

      106th Congress (1999-00)
      House Committee Prints
      Senate Committee Prints

      105th Congress (1997-98)
      House Committee Prints
      Senate Committee Print


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      To find variations on words, truncation can be used. For example:
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      use the mouse to highlight individual databases.

      PC: To choose non-contiguous items, hold down the <CTRL> key and use the
      mouse (left-click) to highlight individual databases.



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