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Congressional Committee Prints are publications issued by congressional committees on topics pertaining to their legislative or research activities or on other congressional matters, such as memorial tributes.
The prints are an excellent source of statistical and historical information and of legislative analyses. The subjects of committee prints vary greatly because of the different concerns and actions of each committee.
Some basic categories of congressional committee prints:
The prints are generally viewed as internal background information publications and often are not announced for public distribution. Procedures for the printing and publication of these prints differ with each committee, and formats are inconsistent. A few prints have been allocated serial numbers, but most have not. The individual committee prints are not a part of the U.S. Congressional Serial Set, because those documents come from the Senate and the House of Representatives as a whole. The Senate has a numbering system for its committee prints (e.g., "S. Prt. 108-3"), but the House does not.