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Library of Congress Introduces Site Intended to Replace Thomas.gov


The Library of Congress recently unveiled Congress.gov, a legislative information site that is intended to eventually replace Thomas.gov, the entity’s existing research site.

According to Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites, Congress.gov will have better search features and is designed to be more user friendly. It will also be easier to use on mobile devices.

Announced by the Library of Congress Sept. 19, the beta site includes legislation dating back to 2001 and profiles of Congress members. In the next few years, LawSites reports, the Congressional Record, Congressional Reports, Congressional Record Index and House and Senate calendars will be available on Congress.gov.

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