This free website allows you to track current bills which are working its way through Congress. It also provides methods to view members of Congress' voting records. The website is sponsored by Civil Impulse, LLC.
The homepage of the U.S. Senate which provides information about senators, current bills, committee information, floor schedules, and voting records.
The homepage of the U.S. House of Representatives which provides representative information, legislative activity, committee information, leadership, floor schedule/calendar and links to the daily digest (a index like guide to the Congressional Record).
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The online version of the USCA includes the full text of laws which comprise the 51 titles of the US Code. References and annotations to sources (e.g. cases, legal encyclopedias) are also included which can be easily accessed through hyperlinks. However be sure to narrow your search as it is easy to stray from the original search in the electronic format.
A free online resource which contains the proceedings and debates of the U.S. Congress from the 101st Congress (1989) to the 113th Congress (2013-2014). The Congressional Record is comprised of several sections: the floor proceedings of the House and Senate; the extensions of remarks (text which is added after floor proceedings); and the daily digest (a summary of the day’s activities in both the House and Senate). You can search for the particular proceeding or date of remarks through a variety of methods such as member name, section of the record, and session of Congress. This online resource allows access to the exact remarks of a Representative or Senator as a form of support or opposition within a legislative history.
An online database which can be accessed through NUSL and includes a variety of congressional publications. You can search by hearings, Congressional Record, and committee prints; many of which date to the early 1800s. The publications can also be searched by index terms such as subject, committee, and popular name of legislation.
This resource can be accessed through HeinOnline or through a NUSL ScholarOne search and includes vol. 1-124 (1789-2010) in PDF form. You can browse statutes by volume, popular name, public law number, or enter the citation.