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Twitter is a fun, effective tool for communicating.  There’s a reason why I use it both professionally and personally.  I’ve been tweeting away for the Law Library’s @LawLibCongress account for about a year and a half now.

In one of my previous blog posts, I discussed “Tweeting THOMAS and Connecting with Congress.”  And now, the Law Library of Congress is taking it one step further and announcing a specific Twitter account for THOMAS.  Its handle is @THOMASdotgov.

The @THOMASdotgov account will provide alerts on THOMAS updates, bills being considered on the floor of Congress, and will serve as a venue for feedback on THOMAS.

Please follow us today!

THOMAS on Twittter @THOMASdotgov

In addition to our two Twitter accounts, the Law Library can also be found on:

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