Top of page New, Tip, and Top – June 2024

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In May, Andrew announced that the Members endpoint in the API was updated. In addition, he mentioned that we continue to make progress on the migration of the Congressional Globe to and added a Debates of Congress Help page.

In this release, the Glossary of Legislative Terms is now searchable via the Help Center. In addition, work continues behind the scenes to improve access to the historical congressional debates contained in the Annals of Congress.

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The Glossary of Legislative Terms can now be searched from the Help Center.


Enhancement – Help Center – Search Tip

You can more effectively search by using search operators in your search. For example, if you are searching for a term that could have multiple endings, you can use an asterisk at the end of the term to return those results. For example, a search for appropriation* would return results for both “appropriations” and “appropriation.” To learn more about search operators, visit the Search Tools Page.

Most-Viewed Bills

The most-viewed bills for the week of June 3, 2024, are below.

1. H.Res.104 [118th] Condemning the Chinese Communist Party’s use of a high-altitude surveillance balloon over United States territory as a brazen violation of United States sovereignty.
2. H.R.4980 [113th] Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act
3. H.J.Res.109 [118th] Providing for congressional disapproval under chapter 8 of title 5, United States Code, of the rule submitted by the Securities and Exchange Commission relating to “Staff Accounting Bulletin No. 121”
4. H.R.6090 [118th] Antisemitism Awareness Act of 2023
5. S.596 [117th] Treat and Reduce Obesity Act of 2021
6. H.R.8046 [118th] Rosatom Sanctions Enforcement Act
7. H.R.7979 [118th] End China’s De Minimis Abuse Act
8. H.R.5074 [118th] Kidney PATIENT Act of 2023
9. S.1323 [118th] SAFE Banking Act of 2023
10. H.R.8315 [118th] ENFORCE Act

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