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  • U.S. House of Representatives


    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe addresses a joint meeting of Congress ... 2:
    00 pm, Hearing: Reviewing the U.S.-China Civil Nuclear Cooperation ...

  • Congress.gov | Library of Congress


    U.S. Congress legislation, Congressional Record debates, Members of Congress
    , legislative process educational resources presented by the Library of ...

  • United States Congress - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Congress reflects us in all our strengths and all our weaknesses. It reflects our
    regional idiosyncrasies, our ethnic, religious, and racial diversity, our multitude of

  • Look up your lawmaker. Track your lawmaker's votes in Congress ...


    Each week (that Congress is in session) you will receive: •, Key votes by your two
    Senators and U.S. Representative. •, Links to send e-mail to your members of ...

  • U.S. Senate


    Official site of "the living symbol of our union of states." Connect with Senators,
    and learn about Senate committees, legislation, records, art, history, schedules, ...

  • Government Resources - THOMAS (Library of Congress)


    The parliamentary procedure rules used by the U.S. House of Representatives
    and the U.S. Senate are listed.

  • Thomas - Library of Congress


    The Library of Congress THOMAS site is the source for federal legislative
    information. ... Follow us @Congressdotgov for updates about beta.congress.gov,

  • Members of the United States Congress - GovTrack.us


    The United States Congress is made up of 100 senators, 435 representatives,
    and 6 delegates to the House of Representatives.

  • Contact the U.S. Congress and the White House | USA.gov


    Find contact information for your representatives in the U.S. House of
    Representatives and Senate, and the President and Vice President.

  • (PDF) Women in the U. S. Congress 2015 - Center for American Women ...

    File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat


    WOMEN IN THE U.S. CONGRESS 2015. Women currently hold 104, or 19.4%, of
    the 535 seats in the 1 14th U.S. Congress — 20, or 20.0%, of the 100 seats.