The Tarlton Law Library is open at this time with access limited to current UT Law students, faculty, and staff. Members of the UT Austin community unaffiliated with the law school may contact the Circulation Desk (email@example.com, 512-471-7726) for assistance with accessing library resources. Online reference services are also available. Please see the Tarlton Reopening FAQs and the Texas Law Fall 2020 Reopening Plan for additional details
Committee prints are publications that are issued by different congressional committees or portions of committees on topics that relate to their legislative or research activities. These publications include: draft reports and bills, directories, statistical materials, hearings, and legislative histories and analyses. Generally, they are considered to be internal background publications (and may be issued subsequent to enactment of a law).
As internal working papers, prints are often not announced for public distribution. There are no standard procedures for the printing, publication, or format of these prints. In 1983 (98th Congress), the Senate adopted a numbering system for official committee prints; the House does not have one. For more information, see the Government Publishing Office (GPO).
Please note, access to certain databases linked in this guide may be restricted to Texas Law or the UT community; please see the library's Databases page that lays out access privileges.