If you are interested in politics, a student of history, or just want to keep up with the goings-on in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives, then Congress.gov is for you. Congress.gov is the official website for the United States Congress. It is presented by the Library of Congress and provides accurate and timely federal legislative information including full-text and pdf versions of public laws, legislative bills, committee reports and more. Search for legislation, the Congressional Record, or committees, or find current members of Congress, along with information about them as well as the bills they have sponsored or cosponsored. If you are new to Congress.gov the best way to start searching is by using the browse directory of frequently-requested items. Select the Congress number you desire and choose from a series of lists including Congressional Activity, Committes, and Laws to find the type of document you seek. Read on to learn more about the legistative process and for more tips on how to use Congress.gov.
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