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New Video – Recent Enhancements to Congress.gov

Congress.gov is constantly improving. We do releases approximately every three weeks to enhance the website and incorporate user feedback. There is a great new video highlighting 10 recent enhancements inspired by feedback.

Watch the video below to learn what is new to the site and visit our Congress.gov Enhancement Timeline for more details.

In addition to this video being added to the Enhancement Timeline with this release, the Congressional Record Bound edition is now available for the 63rd-65th Congresses (1913-1919).

We recently hosted a Public Forum. You still have time to submit your feedback if you were not able to attend. To keep up to date with new enhancements, subscribe to our Congress.gov Notifications email.

One Comment

  1. Kelly Marie Ross
    September 28, 2021 at 8:45 pm

    Greetings. I am a new visitor to this website. I have previously the National Archives, which concerns the history of Immigration to the United States. Congress.gov is a big next step for me. Thank you!

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