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Doing Legislative Research or Budget Research? Here are two helpful articles

  • Testing the THOMAS Beta By Peggy Garvin, LLRX January 15, 2007.
    The full January issue of LLRX is now online with Peggy Garvin’s article (previously mentioned here) in which she runs the THOMAS beta test site through its paces, evaluating the new search engine and enhanced navigations features, accompanied by screen shots.
  • Authorization and Appropriation By Paul Jenks, LLRX January 15, 2007.
    Paul Jenks explains the process of key Congressional activitiy: before money can be spent, Congress must authorize the expenditure first, and then must appropriate the money to do so.

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