LexisNexis Congressional is now ProQuest Congressional

Some of you may be familiar with LexisNexis Congressional to which the Law Library subscribes.  Please note that the title has changed to ProQuest Congressional.  This follows ProQuest's purchase of CIS from LexisNexis several months ago.

The content has not changed, nor has the URL (so far, at least).  The database is still one of the very best for searching federal legislation back to 1789, including bills & acts, committee reports, testimony, regulations, legislative histories, the Congressional Record (bound & daily editions), and more. 

You can find a link to ProQuest Congressional, as well as many of the library's other top databases in the drop down menu on the left side of our Law Library website home page.

To view all of our databases, see the E-Resources section near the top of our library home page.  You can browse by title, subject area or do a keyword search.

If you have any questions, please contact a reference librarian.

Submitted by Bonnie Shucha on March 30, 2011

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