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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
'''[http://www.c-span.org C-SPAN]''' (an acronym for '''Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network''') is a private, nonprofit company that provides [[public access]] to the political process. It [[broadcast]]s gavel-to-gavel coverage of [[U.S. House of Representatives|House]] and [[U.S. Senate|Senate]] floor proceedings. C-SPAN also airs many committee hearings and markups and even an occasional conference committee.
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'''C-SPAN''' (an acronym for '''Cable Satellite Public Affairs Network''') [[broadcast]]s gavel-to-gavel coverage of [[U.S. House of Representatives|House]] and [[U.S. Senate|Senate]] floor proceedings. C-SPAN also airs many committee hearings and markups and even an occasional conference committee.
   
 
== Source ==
It includes a [[searchable]] [[video library]] of hearings, floor debate, press conferences, speeches, and other types of news programs and events.
 
 
== Sources ==
 
   
 
* [[Congressional Lawmaking: A Perspective On Secrecy and Transparency]], at 1.
 
* [[Congressional Lawmaking: A Perspective On Secrecy and Transparency]], at 1.
* Ada S. Cornell, Laura A. Hanson & Michael Greene, "Legislative Research for Congressional Staff: How to Find Documents and Other Resources" 10 (Mar. 25, 2014) ([http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R43434.pdf full-text]).
 
 
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[[Category:Acronyms]]
 
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[[Category:Broadcasting]]
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