This image provided by the Library of Congress, shows a new search engine to help researchers and students find bills that may become new laws. The Library of Congress is unveiling the new website Congress.gov in beta form to eventually replace its THOMAS system. It’s Congress’ first new search engine since THOMAS launched in 1995 when the Internet was in its infancy. (AP Photo/Library of Congress)

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This image provided by the Library of Congress, shows a new search engine to help researchers and students find bills that may become new laws.  The Library of Congress is unveiling the new website Congress.gov in beta form to eventually replace its THOMAS system. It’s Congress’ first new search engine since THOMAS launched in 1995 when the Internet was in its infancy.  (AP Photo/Library of Congress)
This image provided by the Library of Congress, shows a new search engine to help researchers and students find bills that may become new laws. The Library of Congress is unveiling the new website Congress.gov in beta form to eventually replace its THOMAS system. It’s Congress’ first new search engine since THOMAS launched in 1995 when the Internet was in its infancy. (AP Photo/Library of Congress)
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