Talk:Congressional Record

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Adding "statement for the record" reference[edit]

A considerable amount of material is produced by agencies to answer congressional queries resulting in production of documents called "statements for the record". I am editing some articles such as the GAO article that produce such statements and want to add material into this article for that purpose to allow the reader to understand more of the detail.

Also added citation needed to "From a legal standpoint, most materials in the Congressional Record are classified as secondary authority." ..this is a significant claim to make.. I have no interest in its content (NPOV) but it still needs to be supported by a cite... Thanks

Risk Engineer (talk) 13:57, 19 March 2014 (UTC)