In contrast to committee reports, which are issued byCongressional committees to express the committee's opinions, committee prints are materials prepared for Congressional committees by Congressional staff. They commonly include materials such as background reports and draft bills.
Where to Find Committee Prints
The most comprehensive source of committee prints is ProQuest Congressional:
As explained in their Content Coverage Chart, ProQuest Congressional's Miscellaneous category includes PDFs of committee prints from 1830 forward.
If you are not a current UCLA student, faculty, or staff member, and cannot come to the UCLA campus to access ProQuest Congressional from the UCLA wireless or library computers, you can access PDFs of some committee prints for free online:
PDFs of hearings and committee prints from the 1970s forward, scanned from the Rutgers Law print collection and harvested by Rutgers Law from the GPO website. Browse by listing or search by key word (including hearing number).
Finally, some committee prints are available in print on the law library's A Level (basement), as part of the collection of government documents arranged by the government's special SuDoc numbering system. Committee prints are listed under SuDoc numbers starting with Y4.