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Congress.gov New, Tip and Top for July, Part 1

Last month Robert provided information about the June update to Congress.govwhich provided an enhancement for the display of errata associated with committee reports.

This month’s first release includes an enhancement to the Committee Schedule detail pages display, providing supporting documentation when available.

Supporting documentation now displayed on committee pages as available.

Enhancements for July 2019, Part 1

This release also includes page navigation, which is available at the top of each search results page to make it easier to move through large sets of results.

Search Tip

The Search Tip for this first release in July relates to data bulk downloads of bills.

Bill Status Data Bulk Download

Want to import Congress.gov bill status data into a spreadsheet or database? Bulk download for bill status data is available at https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/bulkdata/BILLSTATUS.

Find more information at About Congress.gov XML Bulk Data.

Most- Viewed Bills

Below are the most-viewed bills on Congress.gov for the week of July 7, 2019

1. H.R.1044 [116th] Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019
2. S.386 [116th] Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019
3. H.R.3151 [116th] Taxpayer First Act
4. H.R.3401 [116th] Emergency Supplemental Appropriations for Humanitarian Assistance and Security at the Southern Border Act, 2019
5. H.R.5428 [115th] Stand with UK against Russia Violations Act
6. H.R.3564 [116th] To amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to eliminate the Optional Practical Training Program, and for other purposes.
7. S.1790 [116th] National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020
8. H.R.6 [116th] American Dream and Promise Act of 2019
9. H.R.5 [116th] Equality Act
10. H.R.2527 [116th] Vaccinate All Children Act of 2019

 

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