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Thursday, April 28, 2016
Official Retirement Date Announced for THOMAS
The Library of Congress announced today that it will retire the THOMAS.gov
website on July 5. Named for Thomas Jefferson, THOMAS was launched in 1995 to provide
online access to federal legislative information, including bills and resolutions,
treaties, voting results, and the Congressional Record. In 2012 the Library of
Congress began the transition from THOMAS to Congress.gov, which features a
more modern design and increased functionality. During the transition period,
both sites have remained online, but as of July 5 the transition will
be complete and THOMAS will be officially retired.
For more information, see the announcement on the
Library of Congress website or this
post from In Custodia Legis, the
official blog of the Law Librarians of Congress.