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New Online: Congressional Web Archive Adds Content

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This is a guest post by Robert Brammer of the Law Library. It was first published on “In Custodia Legis,” the Law Library’s blog.

The United States Congressional Web Archive

The Library of Congress Web Archiving Program is dedicated to providing reliable access to historical web content from the legislative branch. To that end, the Library has just released an update to the United States Congressional Web Archive.

The archive, which includes member sites from the House and Senate, as well as House and Senate committee websites, now includes content for the 113th and 114th Congresses. The archive has also added subject facets for the 105th and 106th Congresses to enhance access to the older content in the archive.

We invite you to explore this new Library of Congress content, as well as other new archive collections, such as the Foreign Law Web Archive.


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