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Bills on the President's Desk

signing2.jpgAfter a bill passes both the U.S. House and Senate, where does it go? To the U.S. President, who can sign and approve the bill as law or veto it.

The Law Library of Congress has recently made it easier to find out which bills have been delivered to the President by adding a Bills Presented to the President RSS Feed to its News & Events page.

Subscribe to the RSS feed to stay up to date on bills that are ready for the President's signature without the hassle of searching for individual bills every day or week. The RSS feed updates automatically.

If you're not comfortable with RSS feeds, you can receive announcements by email.


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