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USCapitol.jpgThe Library of Congress recently launched a new website for federal legislation research:: Congress.Gov. The site currently has information about legislation from 2001 to present. The website will eventually replace THOMAS, the current legislative resource from the Library of Congress.

Congress.Gov has several improved search and design features, including:

  • the ability to narrow search results by year, legislation type, and subject.
  • lists of bills introduced and laws enacted in the current congress.
  • an easy to read overview of each law's status.

The site also has an extensive overview of the legislative process, featuring videos and transcripts.


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