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Provides comprehensive indexing for US legislative information, with much full text from mid-1990s . Added in 2017 is full text for Congressional hearings (1824-1979), committee prints and Congressional Research Service reports (1830-2003), and unpublished hearings (House: 1973-1982; Senate: 1985-1992). Dates of coverage: 1789-current