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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for July, Part 2

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Earlier this month, Margaret highlighted the new addition to the Committee Schedule, which shows, under Supporting Documentation, any related metadata, links to legislation, treaties, or nominations. Today’s release continues to refine the Committee Schedule. Enhancements for July 2019, Part 1 Enhancement – Committee Schedule – Weekly View Committee Schedule weekly view includes a calendar-based date picker …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for May 2019

Posted by: Andrew Weber

In April, Robert shared that the new “LIVE” icon was added to the homepage when a House committee hearing is streaming. With this month’s release, we have updated our committee profile pages so that when you click on legislation or other items in the list you will then have arrows to take you to the next and previous items …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for April 2019

Posted by: Robert Brammer

At the end of March, Andrew shared the update that included a new subcommittee filter that is available when you limit your research or results to a single Congress on a committee profile. This month, we’re adding a “LIVE” icon to the homepage to indicate when a House committee hearing is available for you to …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for March 2019, Part 2

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Earlier this month, Robert shared the update that included the addition of a link to Bills to be Considered on the House Floor to the House of Representatives section of Current Legislative Activities on the Congress.gov homepage. With the release we also added a subcommittee filter on the committee profile pages when you select a Congress.  What are …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for March of 2019

Posted by: Robert Brammer

In February, Andrew announced that the Chamber of Origin filter on search results has been moved higher on the page and is now open by default so you can quickly limit your results to measures from one chamber. So, what is new for March? New Enhancements for March 2019 Enhancement – House Bills to be …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for February 2019

Posted by: Andrew Weber

In January, Robert announced the first version of the new Committee Schedule that we have been working on.  It is a great way to see quickly which meetings and hearings the House and Senate committees have scheduled for the week. New Enhancements for February 2019 You can find all of the Congress.gov Enhancements for February and …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for January 2019

Posted by: Robert Brammer

We are excited to bring you our Unified Congressional Committee Calendar, a place where you can quickly view all of the House and Senate committee meetings and hearings scheduled for a given week or day. If available, the detail pages for those hearings will also provide you with a list of witnesses, a link to …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for December 2018

Posted by: Andrew Weber

Robert shared last month about the new subcommittee features and other enhancements.  In September, he announced the Congress.gov Chrome extension.  We have now updated the Chrome extension.  You can download the new version from LC Labs.  Be sure to share your feedback. New Enhancements for November 2018 We are continuing to work on the new Committee …

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Congress.gov New, Tip, and Top for November 2018

Posted by: Robert Brammer

Andrew recently brought you an update concerning our work on a unified Congressional Committee Calendar.  So, what’s new for Congress.gov in November? The latest enhancements include an update to the legislation and committee report search forms. Both forms now display committee selection lists that reflect committee name changes throughout the years. Also, legislation search results for a single Congress now include a subcommittee filter so you …