The Congressional Record Daily to Bound Locator tool allows you to quickly locate a page from the Congressional Record Daily within the bound volume or vice versa. NOTE: This tool does not provide coverage for all volumes. Please refer to the coverage information listed in the heading for detailed dates.
Select a date: Results will include a citation for the Daily and Bound Volumes broken out by chamber/section (House, Senate, Extension of Remarks, Daily Digest) for the chosen date.
Enter citation: Enter an exact citation and the results will return the corresponding citation for that section from either the Bound or Daily edition.
When selecting a month and year, results will be shown in table format, displaying the citation to each section of the Daily and Bound volumes for each day of the chosen month.
Easily search within the Serial Set by using various tools.
To use the structured Citation Lookup Tool on the left, enter the Document Type, Congress, and Document Number to quickly and easily locate a document without knowing the exact citation. For example to find a House report from the 111th Congress with a document number of 100, select the following from the drop-downs.
Alternatively, users may enter an accepted citation into the free-field citation lookup tool to the right for the same result. A free-field Volume quick locator tool also allows users to search for specific volumes within the Serial Set.
For more informational on browsing the Serial Set, check out our Serial Set LibGuide!
The quick finder tool will allow you to browse and search by Congress, Document Type, Chamber, Committee, or Text and gives you the ability to broaden and narrow your search by each category. Your search results will display facets, allowing you to further refine your results. This searching tool is available for both "Congressional Hearings" and "Committee Prints."
This tool allows you to quickly search for a hearing by:
Like all content in HeinOnline, the full text and metadata of U.S. Congressional Documents are fully searchable. Select the Advanced Search link located beneath the main search bar to perform a more specific search. Choose various metadata fields to search, such as Text, Section Date, Section Description, Volume Date, Section Author, Section Title, and Volume Title.
For example, perform an advanced search in the Congressional Record for a section of the transcript from the House Proceedings on April 30, 2003, in which Congressman Sessions spoke to the floor regarding the act entitled “Improving Education Results for Children with Disabilities Act of 2003,” introduced as bill H.R. 1350.
Refine your search by selecting Search within Results to find the references to the bill H.R. 1350.
A Congress member’s name, a word or phrase, or a roll call vote could get several hits on any given search. Therefore, it is recommended that you refine your search as much as possible in order to receive the most relevant results. The following provides you with a few examples of how to refine your search to get the most on-point results.