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Friday, April 10, 2015

Congress.gov Adds Treaty Documents

Congress.gov, the official website for federal legislative information, continues to add new features. Among the most significant recent additions are the texts of treaty documents going back to the 94th Congress (1975-1976). These can be searched in a number of different ways, including by citation, index terms, and document text. Each treaty has a detail page that gives an overview and a list of Senate actions taken on the treaty. To search for treaties, select “Treaty Documents” from the drop-down menu next to the search box.

For more on this and other recent enhancements to Congress.gov, see the Congress.gov Enhancements page. 

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