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Finding Congressional Hearings and Legislative Information

CQ Databases (Congressional Quarterly)

Congressional Quarterly, Inc., or CQ, is part of a privately owned publishing company called CQ Roll Call that produces several publications reporting primarily on the United States Congress

The Congressional Quarterly (CQ) Databases provide a wealth of authoritative information on U.S. legislative and governmental affairs, covering a wide range of topics such as politics, public policy, and congressional activity. Accessible remotely only with FAU login credentials, researchers can delve into congressional reports, analyses, news articles, and legislative tracking tools. Public users can utilize this resource within FAU Libraries by logging in as guests. With its comprehensive coverage and user-friendly interface, the CQ Databases offer valuable insights for students, scholars, and professionals interested in understanding the complexities of the U.S. political system and policymaking process. Whether exploring current events, conducting legislative research, or analyzing policy trends, the CQ Databases serve as an essential resource for gaining in-depth knowledge of Congress and its operations.