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Congress.gov updated

Treaties, Text, and Timely Updates – Congress.gov Spring Cleaning, by Andrew Weber, In Custodia Legis (Library of Congress Law Librarians blog) (March 25, 2015).

Since introducing Congress.gov in September 2012, we have continued to add the databases from THOMAS to the new system. We launched with legislation, followed soon thereafter by the Congressional Record, Committee Reports, and nominations. Today, we are releasing treaty documents. You can select “All Sources” and search across all of these data sets at once, something that was not possible on THOMAS. With this, all of the data sets in the left hand navigation of THOMAS are included in Congress.gov. We have one more data set that was on the legacy system to add, Senate Executive Communications.

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