Web Links 


GovTrack.us is an independent website tracking the status of legislation in the United States Congress and helping you participate in your national legislature. 


The Thomas website gives you a vote on amendments, keeps you updated on the status of current legislation, and allows you to search for bill information.

www. census.gov

Give you updates on current news in government

www. Congress.org

Gives you updated list of what bills are in front of Congress


This site will put you in touch with the United States Senate and Senators' home page, phone numbers and staff information


Political page that give information about legislation that affects Christian values


The daily journal of the United States Government


Directory of Representatives


This site will connect you with the United States House of Representatives and House member's addresses, fax numbers, legislative agenda, and more


This link will provide updated information on who sponsored it, what committee it is in, what chance it has for success, what stage its in the

legislative process, etc.


This link will help you research Pentagon information


Search our current house and Senate bills


This link will allow you to see what states do not require voter I.D.


Full committee on oversight and government reform

www.judicialwatch.org-Judicial Watch phone number-1-202-646-5172

Membership required to access information

www.heritage.org- The Heritage Foundation phone number-1-202-546-4400

Membership required to access information

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