The U.S. Congress: The Legislative Branch
The U.S. Congress is the legislative branch of the federal government and is responsible for making laws. The decisions of Congress affect the lives of everyone in the United States and have significant international ramifications as well. Online you’ll find the information you need on the congressional issues that have special relevance to you. These links will also help you contact your congressperson, research legislation or gain greater insight into the role of Congress.
The best way to find out about Congress is directly from the source: the federal government. ... read more »
While regular news media always covers politics (often addressing issues specific to Congress) ... read more »
Since Congress makes laws involving everything from healthcare to education, the massive amount of ... read more »
This guide shows you where to find representatives in various regions and how to contact individual ... read more »
While much of the information about lobbying and the influence of interest groups is biased, there ... read more »
Most Recent Guides