Ever checked out Congress.gov? It's the Library of Congress' one-stop-shop for everything citizens, journalists and researches need to know about legislation, and it just got a major overhaul.
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The new site has a host of improvements: it's mobile friendly, includes an archive of debate footage as well as profiles of every member of Congress. Additionally, a new search engine drastically improves the ease of finding information about a particular bill.
Congress.gov, currently in beta, is designed as a replacement for THOMAS, the Library of Congress' previous site for researching legislation. THOMAS will continue to operate for the duration of the new website's beta period -- about a year.
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