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Congressional Record (Daily), 1994 to Present

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About the Congressional Record

What is the Congressional Record?

The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873, and is still published today.

Note: Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873). These can be accessed through A Century of Lawmaking For a New Nation: U.S. Congressional Documents and Debates.

The public proceedings of each House of Congress, as reported by the Official Reporters thereof, are printed pursuant to directions of the Joint Committee on Printing as authorized by appropriate provisions of Title 44, United States Code, excepting very infrequent instances when two or more unusually small consecutive issues are printed one time. The Laws and Rules for Publication of the Congressional Record are published periodically.

What is available?

  • Govinfo currently contains Congressional Record volumes from 140 (1994) to the present.
  • The current year's Congressional Record database is usually updated daily by 11 a.m., except when a late adjournment delays production of the issue.
  • Documents are available in ASCII text and Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). The date of the publication refers to the date the proceedings were recorded, not necessarily the date of delivery.
  • he Bound Congressional Record and the Congressional Record Index are available as separate collections on govinfo, and Congressional Record Index Corrections are also available.
  • Resume of Congressional Activity
  • Daily Digest from the most recent issue of the Congressional Record
  • The Laws and Rules for Publication of the Congressional Record are published periodically and available in PDF and ASCII text. PDF | Text
  • Some Congressional Record products are available for sale from the U.S. Government Online Bookstore.

How is it organized?

The Congressional Record consists of four sections:

  • Daily Digest
  • House section
  • Senate section
  • Extension of Remarks 

At the back of each daily issue is the "Daily Digest," which summarizes the day's floor and committee activities and serves as a table of contents for each issue. The House and Senate sections contain proceedings for the separate chambers of Congress. Finally, the Extension of Remarks includes tributes, statements, and other information that supplements statements made on the Congressional floor.

Daily Digest Section of the Congressional Record

This section of the Congressional Record serves as a table of contents for the House and Senate actions reported in the issue and statements published in the Extensions of Remarks.

The Daily Digest begins with highlights of the day's action, followed by a summary for the Senate and a summary for the House. Each summary includes such items as measures introduced, reported or passed, as well measures under consideration. Each entry references the Senate or House page number where the item is reported.

The Daily Digest also includes a list of Committee meetings held that day and scheduled for the following day; the schedule for the next meeting of each chamber, and a list of Extensions of Remarks inserted in that issue.

Pages are number sequentially throughout the session of Congress. Each Digest page begins with the letter D and appears in the format D1234.

House Section of the Congressional Record

This section of the Congressional Record contains the public proceedings and debates of the U.S. House of Representatives. It includes both words spoken on the floor of the House and words inserted or appended by Members of Congress. The list of registered lobbyists is published quarterly in the House section.

Pages are number sequentially throughout the session of Congress. Each House page begins with the letter H and appears in the format H1234.

Senate Section of the Congressional Record

This section of the Congressional Record contains the public proceedings and debates of the U.S. Senate. It includes both words spoken and the floor of the Senate and words inserted or appended by Senators.

Pages are number sequentially throughout the session of Congress. Each Senate page begins with the letter S and appears in the format S1234.

Extensions of Remarks Section of the Congressional Record

This section of the Congressional Record contains tributes, statements, and other information that supplements statements made by Members on the floor of the House or Senate.

Pages are number sequentially throughout the session of Congress. Each Extensions page begins with the letter E and appears in the format E1234.

With the exception of copyrighted articles, there are no restrictions on the republication of material from the Congressional Record.


Searching the Congressional Record

You can locate and search issues of the Congressional Record by:

  • Using basic search for keyword and metadata fielded searches (see Metadata Fields and Values section),
  • Using advanced search; fields specific to the Congressional Record will display after you select Congressional Record in the Refine by Collection column,
  • Refining search results by clicking on links in the Refine Your Search panel on the left hand side of the page (the sections under Refine Your Search correspond to the metadata available for the documents),
  • Using the citation search to retrieve a single Congressional Record document in PDF format if you know the Volume (year), page type (House, Daily Digest, etc.), and Page Number of the document, and
  • Browsing on the Congressional Record browse page.

General govinfo Search Tips

Search Examples

Search Congressional Record by Congress Member Speaking - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents from congress member McConnell.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec member:mcconnell
  • Using Advanced Search, select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection, then under Search In select Congress Member Speaking in the first box and enter mcconnell in the second box 

These examples will search for Congressional Record documents from congress member mcconnell with the word defense in the full text or metadata.

  • Using Basic Search:
    • Enter defense and search
    • Under Refine Your Search, select Congressional Record from the Collection category and select McConnell, Mitch from the Congress Member category
    • Using Advanced Search:
      • Select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection, then enter defense in the second box under Search In
      • Search then under Refine Your Search, select McConnell, Mitch from the Congress Member category

Search Congressional Record Where a Congress Member Voted “Yes” - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents where congress member McConnell voted yes.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec memberyes:mcconnell
  • Using Advanced Search, Select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection then under Search In, select Congress Member Voted Yes in the first box and enter mcconnell in the second box

Search Congressional Record Where a Congress Member Voted “No” - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents where congress member McConnell voted no.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec memberno:mcconnell
  • Using Advanced Search, Select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection then under Search In, select Congress Member Voted No in the first box and enter mcconnell in the second box

Search Congressional Record Where a Congress Member Did Not Vote - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents where congress member Clinton did not vote.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec membernv:clinton
  • Using Advanced Search, select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection then under Search In, select Congress Member Not Voting in the first box and enter Clinton in the second box

Search Congressional Record by Vote Number - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents for vote number 150.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec votenumber:150
  • Using Advanced Search, select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection then under Search In, select Congressional Vote Number in the first box and enter 150 in the second box

Search Congressional Record by Date - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents from May 1, 2008.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec publishdate:2008-05-01
  • Using Advanced Search, under Date Range select Date is from the first box and enter 05-01-2008 in the second box, then select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection
  • Using the Congressional Record Browse page, navigate to 2008 and expand sections for May and May 1, Thursday

Search Congressional Record by Page Number - This example will search for Congressional Record documents starting on page H 1234.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec pageprefix:h firstpage:1234

This example will search for Congressional Record documents starting on page H 1234 from Volume 153.

  • Using Citation Search, select Congressional Record from Select Collections box, then select 153 from Volume, select House of Representatives from Page Type, and enter 1234 in the Numerical Page Number box

Search Congressional Record Where a Congress Member Voted “Yes” and a Keyword - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents with the word defense where congress member McConnell voted yes.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: defense collection:crec memberyes:mcconnell
  • Using Advanced Search, select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection then under Search In, select Congress Member Voted Yes, enter mcconnell in the second box, click + Additional Criteria and enter defense in the next blank box

Search Congressional Record Where a Congress Member Voted “Yes” and a Date Range - These examples will search for Congressional Record documents where congress member McConnell voted yes between May 1, 2008 and August 31, 2008.

  • Using Basic Search, enter: collection:crec memberyes:mcconnell publishdate:range(2007-05-01, 2007-08-31)
  • Using Advanced Search:
    • Under Date Range select Date is between from the first box and enter 05-01-2007 in the second box, and enter 08-31-2007 in the next box
    • Select Congressional Record under Refine by Collection then under Search In, select Congress Member Voted Yes in the first box and enter mcconnell in the second box 

Sample Congressional Record URLs

Govinfo uses two key pieces of information to construct predictable URLs to documents and Details pages.

  • The Package ID is used to identify an individual issue of the publication.
  • The Granule ID for the Congressional Record is used to identify the specific document within an issue of the publication.

Identifier

Structure/Metadata Field

Example

Package ID

CREC-{Publication Date} (in YYYY-MM-DD format)

CREC-2010-09-28

Granule ID

Individual Documents:

{Package ID)-pt{Part Number}-Pg{Page Prefix}{Page Number}{Sequence Number}

 

Notes:

1. Page Prefix is "S" for Senate, "H" for House, "E" for Extensions of Remarks, and "D" for Daily Digest.

2. Page Number is the first page number for the document. Sequence Number is used when there are more than 1 document that start on the same page. Sequence Number is not used for the first document on a page.

 

Section Frontmatter Documents:

{Package ID}-pt{Part Number}-Pg{Page Prefix}-FrontMatter

 

Complete Sections:

Entire Book:

     {Package ID}

House:

     {Package ID}-house

Senate:

     {Package ID}-senate

Daily Digest:

     {Package ID}-dailydigest

Extensions of Remarks:

     {Package ID}-extensions

 

Note: If there are sections that fall in multiple books of a single issue of the Congressional Record, the sections for the following books (starting with the 2nd book) will be followed by -bk{Book Number}. Daily Digest is the only exception to this rule and will have -bk1 for the first section as well when the Daily Digest is published in more than one book.

 

 

Individual Documents:

CREC-2010-09-28-pt1-PgH7019

CREC-2010-09-28-pt1-PgH7019-2

CREC-2004-09-23-pt2-PgS9606

CREC-2004-09-23-pt2-PgS9606-2

CREC-2011-01-07-pt1-PgD15-5

CREC-2011-01-07-pt1-PgE41

 

Section Frontmatter Documents:

CREC-2010-09-28-pt1-PgH-FrontMatter

CREC-2010-09-28-pt1-PgS-FrontMatter

 

Complete Sections:

CREC-2010-09-28

CREC-2010-09-28-senate

CREC-2010-09-28-house

CREC-2010-09-28-extensions

CREC-2010-09-28-dailydigest-bk1

 

CREC-2010-09-28-bk2

CREC-2010-09-28-house-bk2

CREC-2010-09-28-dailydigest-bk2

Details Page for an Entire Issue
Structure: https://www.govinfo.gov/app/details/{packageId}
Example: https://www.govinfo.gov/app/details/CREC-2010-09-28 

PDF File for an Entire Issue
Structure: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/{packageId}/pdf/{packageId}.pdf
Example: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CREC-2010-09-28/pdf/CREC-2010-09-28.pdf

Details Page for an Individual Document
Structure: https://www.govinfo.gov/app/details/{packageId}/{granuleId}
Example: https://www.govinfo.gov/app/details/CREC-2010-09-28/CREC-2010-09-28-pt1-PgS7609-2 

PDF File for an Individual Document
Structure: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/{packageId}/pdf/{granuleId}.pdf
Example: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CREC-2010-09-28/pdf/CREC-2010-09-28-pt1-PgS7609-2.pdf

HTML File for an Individual Document
Structure: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/{packageId}/html/{granuleId}.htm
Example: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CREC-2010-09-28/html/CREC-2010-09-28-pt1-PgS7609-2.htm

PDF File for a Complete Section
Structure: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/{packageId}/pdf/{granuleId}.pdf
Example: https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/CREC-2010-09-28/pdf/CREC-2010-09-28-house.pdf


Use the govinfo link service to create embedded links to content and metadata for the Congressional Record.


Congressional Record Metadata Fields and Values

Metadata fields and values can be used to increase the relevancy of your searches. The metadata fields available for Congressional Record are listed in the table below. Metadata fields and values are used throughout govinfo for:

  • Refining Your Search,
  • Browsing Government Publications,
  • Field Operators,
  • Advanced Search, and
  • Display on Details Pages.

Metadata fields and values can be entered into the Search Box using field operators. The field operators available for Congressional Record are listed in the table below, along with examples for each metadata field. Using Field Operators

Some of these metadata fields are made available for use on the Advanced Search page. The metadata values can be entered in the same format for the fields available on the Advanced Search Page. Using Advanced Search

Metadata Field Display Name

Metadata Field Definition

Field Operator

Field Operator Example

Collection

The collection to which the document belongs. Typically the same as the publication or series.

collection:

 

collection:crec

 

"crec" is used for Congressional Record

Government Author

The names of the Government organizations responsible for authoring or assembling the document.

governmentauthor:

governmentauthor:congress

Publication Date

The date the document was first made available to the public.

publishdate:

publishdate:2015-09-30

 

Date format is YYYY-MM-DD

Language

The language code of the original document, from the ISO639-2b standard.

language:

language:eng

Former Package ID

The document ID of the "package" as originally specified on GPO Access

mods:identifier:(@type:"former package identifier":______)

mods:identifier:(@type:"former package identifier":"cr15ap08")

Former Identifier

The document ID of the article on the former GPO Access website.

formerid:

formerid:cr15ap08-31

Stock Number

The 12 digit GPO Sales stock number for the publication or series. Usually formatted like "769-004-00000-9".

stocknum:

stocknum:752-002-00000-2

SuDoc Class Number

The SuDoc class number from the U.S. Superintendent of Documents which classifies Government publications by publishing agency.

sudocclass:

sudocclass:"x 1.1/a:"

Ingestion Date

The date the document was ingested into the preservation repository.

ingestdate:

ingestdate:2015-12-29

 

Date format is YYYY-MM-DD

Electronic Location (URL)

The URL where the document or the document in context (the content detail page) is located.

url:

url:pkg/CREC-2016-01-04/pdf/CREC-2016-01-04.pdf

Publisher

The government organization who publishes the document or publication. Not typically the Government Publishing Office (who serves as the printer and distributor), except in the case of Congressional publications.

publisher:

publisher:"u.s. government printing office"

Branch

The branch of Government responsible for the document's contents.

branch:

branch:legislative

 

Possible Values: executive, legislative, judicial

Type of Resource

The media type for the document, typically "text". Defined as part of the Library of Congress MODS standard.

typeofresource:

typeofresource:text

WAIS Database Name

The name of the WAIS database to which the document belonged in the former GPO Access system.

waisdbname:

waisdbname:2005_record

Record Origin

How the record was originally generated. Typically "machine generated."

recordorigin:

recordorigin:"machine generated"

Publication Title

The title of the publication. Individual Congressional Record documents can be searched using the title field operator.

title:

title:king

Volume

A new volume of the Congressional Record is started every year.

volume:

volume:152

Issue

A new issue of the Congressional Record is printed every day. Issue #1 is the first issue printed in the year.

issue:

issue:25

Congress Number

The number of the Congress responsible for the document. Congresses last for two years, so for example, the 110th Congress was in session from 2007 through 2008.

congress:

congress:108

Session Number

The session of congress which produced the report.

session:

session:2

 

Possible Values: 1, 2

Section

The section of the Congressional Record in which the document occurs. Field operator values are house, senate, extensions, and dailydigest.

section:

section:house

 

Possible Values: See Table below

Type

The type of document found in the Congressional Record. Examples include Prayer, Adjournment, Nomination, House Committee Meetings, Memorial, Resume of Congressional Activity.

crtype:

crtype:ddresumeongoing

 

Possible Values: See Table below

Page Number Range

The number of the first and last page of the document. Specific pages can be searched using the firstpage and lastpage field operators. Values are always integers. Use the pageprefix operator to specify section. Values are H, S, E, and D.

firstpage:

lastpage:

firstpage:1234

lastpage:1235

Page Prefix

The page number prefix. For the Congressional Record this will be any of 'H', 'S', 'E', or 'D'.

pageprefix:

pageprefix:h

 

Possible Values: h, s, e, d

Congress Chamber

The chamber which is responsible for the unit of business described in the Congressional Record.

chamber:

chamber:senate

 

Possible Values: house, senate

RIN Number

The Regulation ID number, or "RIN number" associated with the rule or notice. Usually a number such as "RIN 3206-AJ69"

mods:rin:(@number:________)

mods:rin:(@number:3052-ac15)

Amendments

A reference to a numbered amendment which may also include the Congress member responsible for it. For example, Amendment No. 432 or Biden Amendment.

amendnumber:

amendnumber:432

Executive Communication Number

A reference to an executive communication from the president to congress. For example, "EC-1322".

execcommnumber:

execcommnumber:EC-1322

Daily Digest Summary

The summary paragraphs from the Daily Digest. Searching over these paragraphs will bring up the items from the body of the Congressional Record to which the summary refers.

ddsummary:

ddsummary:iraq

Daily Digest Category

The category headers from the Daily Digest. For example, Measures Passed, Iraq Resolution, Measures Rejected. Searching over these category headers will bring up documents from the body of the Congressional Record to which the category header refers.

ddcategory:

ddcategory:passed

Congressional Vote Number

Information about a vote taken on the floor of Congress.

votenumber:

votenumber:123

Yes Vote Count

The count of congress members voting yes for a particular vote.

yescount:

yescount:223

No Vote Count

The count of congress members voting no for a particular vote.

nocount:

nocount:196

Not Voting Vote Count

The count of congress members not voting for a particular vote.

nvcount:

nvcount:12

Present Vote Count

The count of congress members voting simply "present" for a particular vote.

presentcount:

presentcount:2

Vote Result

The result of the vote, for example: "So the bill was passed".

voteresult:

voteresult:passed

Congress Member Voted Yes

Search for all items where a named congress member voted 'yes' (or 'aye' or 'yea'). Note that the search will be over the congress member's official name, for example "Barbara A. Mikulski".

memberyes:

memberyes:abercrombie

Congress Member Voted

No

Search for all items where a named congress member voted 'no' (or 'nay'). Note that the search will be over the congress member's official name, for example "Barbara A. Mikulski".

memberno:

memberno:bartlett

Congress Member Not

Voting

Search for all items where a named congress member did not vote. Note that the search will be over the congress member's official name, for example "Barbara A. Mikulski".

membernv:

membernv:weller

Congress Member Speaking

The name of the Congress member who spoke or voted on the floor of Congress.

member:

member:obama

Congress Member

Political Party

The party to which the member belongs, either "democratic", "republican", or "independent".

memberparty:

memberparty:d

 

Possible Values: d, r, i

Congress Member State

Member of Congress state code (the two letter postal code of the state).

memberstate:

memberstate:IL

 

Use two letter state abbreviation

Committee

The name of the Congressional committee referenced in the Record.

committee:

committee:transportation

Citation

The GPO standard method for searching citation references from the selected publication.

citation:

citation:"151 cong. rec. E2379"

Associated Bill Citation

References to associated congressional bills, by citation. These are bills which are primarily associated with the document. For example, "H.R. 132".

associatedbills:

associatedbills:"h.r. 99"

Congressional Bills Citation

Citation references to Congressional Bills. Examples include, "H.R. 99", "S. 99" "H.J. Res. 99", "S.J. Res. 99", "H. Con. Res. 99", "S. Con. Res. 99", "H. Res. 99" or "S. Res. 99".

billscitation:

billscitation:"h.r. 99"

Congressional Calendar Citation

Citation references to Congressional Calendars. For example, "Union Calendar No. 99", "House Calendar No. 99", "Private Calendar No. 9", or "Senate Calendar No. 99".

ccalcitation:

ccalcitation:"Senate Calendar No. 2"

Congressional Document

Citation

Citation references to Congressional Documents. For example, "Treaty Doc. 106-2" or "H. Doc. 106-32".

cdoccitation:

cdoccitation:"h. doc.106-30"

Congressional Report

Citation

Citation references to Congressional Reports. For example, "H. Rept. 106-32".

crptcitation:

crptcitation:"h. rept. 106-656"

United States Code

Citation

Citation references to the United States Code. For example, "42 U.S.C. 5841" or "42 U.S.C. App. 99"

uscodecitation:

uscodecitation:"2 u.s.c. 661"

Statutes at Large

References

Citation references to Statutes at Large. For example, "88 Stat. 1242".

statutecitation:

statutecitation:"64 Stat. 1267"

Public and Private Law

References

Citation references to Public or Private Laws. For example, "Public Law 106-32" or "Private Law 106-3".

plawcitation:

plawcitation:"public law 106-62"

Senate Hearing Citation

Citation references to Senate Hearings. For example, "S. Hrg. 106-32".

chrgcitation:

chrgcitation:"108-227"

CFR Citation

Citation references, including title and part number from the Code of Federal Regulations, in standard citation format.

cfrcitation:

cfrcitation:"24 CFR Part 280"

Reference Citation

Reference to another document within the text of a document.

refcitation:

refcitation:"21 CFR Part 314.94(a)(7)"

Congressional Record Metadata Value Lists

Section Metadata Values

The table below lists the metadata values which can be used when limiting your search using the Section advanced search field or the section: field operator.

Metadata Value

User Readable Value

HOUSE

House of Representatives

SENATE

Senate

DAILYDIGEST

Daily Digest

EXTENSIONS

Extension of Remarks

Type Metadata Values

The tables below lists the metadata values which can be used when limiting your search using the Type advanced search field or the crtype: field operator.

Daily Digest Type Metadata Values

Metadata Value

User Readable Value

DDALLOTHER

All Other

DDSCHAMBER

Senate Chamber Action

DDSCMEETINGS

Senate Committee Meetings

DDHCHAMBER

House Chamber Action

DDHCMEETINGS

House Committee Meetings

DDNEWPUBLAWS

New Public Laws

DDAHEAD

Congressional Program Ahead

DDCOMMITTEEMEETINGS

Committee Meetings Upcoming

DDRESUMEONGOING

Resume of Congressional Activity – Ongoing

DDRESUMEFINAL

Resume of Congressional Activity – Final

DDENDMATTER

End Matter

House, Senate, and Extensions of Remarks Type Metadata Values

Metadata Value

User Readable Value

ALLOTHER

All Other Legislative Business

PRAYER

Prayer

PLEDGE

Pledge of Allegiance

ADJOURNMENT

Adjournment

EXECUTIVECOMM

Executive and other Communications

JOINTMEETINGS

Joint Meetings of the House and Senate

ENROLLEDSIGNED

Enrolled Legislation Signed

ENROLLEDPRESENTED

Enrolled Legislation Presented

MSGPRESIDENT

Messages From the President

TECHNICALCORRECTIONS

Making Technical Corrections

PERSONALEXPLAIN

Personal Explanation

RECOGNIZING

Recognitions

HONORING

Honoring

COMMEMORATING

Commemorations

CELEBRATING

Celebrations

COMMENDING

Commending

PASSINGOF

On the passing of

TRIBUTETO

Tribute

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations

RETIREMENT

Retirement Of

DESIGNATING

Designating

INMEMORYOF

In Memory Of

House Type Metadata Values

Metadata Value

User Readable Value

HDESIGNATION

Designation of The Speaker Pro Tempore

HJOURNAL

The Journal

HMESSAGE

Message From the Senate

HCLERK

Communication From The Clerk of the House

HANNOUNCEMENT

Announcement by the Speaker

HMORNINGDEBATE

Morning Hour Debates

HREPORTON

Report On

HCONFREPORTON

Conference Report On

HSENATEBILLREFERRED

Senate Bill Referred

HLEGPROGRAM

Legislative Program

HTIMELIMIT

Time Limitation Of Referred Bill

HEXPENDITURE

Expenditure Reports Concerning Official Foreign Travel

HCORRECTIONS

Honoring

COMMEMORATING

Commemorations

CELEBRATING

Celebrations

COMMENDING

Commending

PASSINGOF

On the passing of

TRIBUTETO

Tribute

CONGRATULATIONS

Congratulations

RETIREMENT

Retirement Of

DESIGNATING

Designating

INMEMORYOF

In Memory Of

HPETITIONS

Petitions

HAMENDMENTS

Amendments

HEARMARKS

Congressional Earmarks, Limited Tax Benefits, Or Limited Tariff Benefits

Senate Type Metadata Values

Metadata Value

User Readable Value

SENATEALLOTHER

All Other Legislative Business

SAPPOINTMENT

Appointment of The Acting President Pro Tempore

SORDER

Order of Procedure

SSCHEDULE

Schedule

SSSCHEDULE

Senate Schedule

SMEASUREDCAL

Measures Placed on the Calendar

SMBUSINESS

Morning Business

SCONBUSINESS

Conclusion of Morning Business

SRECESS

Recess

SADDITIONAL

Additional Statements

SMSGHOUSE

Message From the House

SCOMMREPORT

Reports of Committees

SEXECREPORT

Executive Reports of Committees

SPETANDMEM

Petitions and Memorials

SREFERRED

Measures Referred

SREADFIRST

Measures Read the First Time

SDISCHARGED

Measures Discharged

SDICHARGEREF

Discharge and Referral

SMSGEXEC

Executive Messages Referred

SINTROBILLS

Introduction of Bills and Joint Resolutions

SSUBMISSION

Submission of Concurrent and Senate Resolutions

SCOSPONSORS

Additional Cosponsors

SSTATEMENTS

Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions

SSUBMITTED

Submitted Resolutions

SRESOLUTION

Senate Resolution

SAMENDMENTSSUB

Amendments Submitted and Proposed

SAMENDMENTTEXT

Text of Amendments

SNOTICE

Notice of Hearings

SAUTHORITY

Authority for Committees to Meet

SPRIVILEGES

Privileges of the Floor

SPROGRAM

Program

SCALENDAR

The Calendar

SCONSENTAGREE

Unanimous Consent Agreement

SCONSENTREQUEST

Unanimous Consent Request

SORDERFOR

Order For

SEXECSESSION

Executive Session

SEXECCAL

Executive Calendar

SLEGISLATIVE

Legislative Session

SNOMINATIONS

Nominations

SWITHDRAWAL

Withdrawals

SCONFIRMATIONS

Confirmation

SCLOTURE

Cloture Motion

Extensions of Remarks Type Metadata Values

Metadata Value

User Readable Value

ESENATECOMMITTEE

Senate Committee Meetings

EINTRODUCTIONOF

Introducing Legislation


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