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  • On May 18, 1789, the Senate adopted this report which outlined what information would be recorded in the Journals and how frequently they would be published. The Journals list bills passed, amendments offered, motions made, and votes taken. This report states that the Journal should be published once per month. The Senate and House Journals are published once per year at the end of each congressional session. In addition to the Journals, floor... more
    On May 18, 1789, the Senate adopted this report which outlined what information would be recorded in the Journals and how frequently they would be published. The Journals list bills passed, amendments offered, motions made, and votes taken. This report states that the Journal should be published once per month. The Senate and House Journals are published once per year at the end of each congressional session. In addition to the Journals, floor debates are recorded in the Congressional Record. less
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