A relational database of over 400,000 public and private bills introduced in the U.S. House and Senate since 1947. The dataset is primarily intended for use by scholars and students of legislative politics.
Acronyms and abbreviations commonly used by the U.S. federal government. Each acronym is defined and links to the home page (or best alternative) of the identified department, agency, office, program or publication.
ProQuest Congressional provides searchable full-text access to current and historical congressional publications including committee prints, hearings, House and Senate documents and reports, legislative histories, and the U.S. Serial Set.
The library contains many print and e-books on the U.S. Congress and the legislative process. The call numbers starting with JK and KF will lead you to relevant resources. For those interested in politics influenced by religion, the BL area is where to look. Political biographies are also a great resource.(Click on the images above to get information and/or access if e-book.)