WEB LINKS

 I know these link will provide you with the most comprehensive tools to learn how your Legislators measures up.

www.thomas.gov

The Thomas website gives you a vote results on amendments, keeps you updated on the status of current legislation, and allows you to

search for specific bill information .

www.census.gov

Gives you updates on current news in government

www.congress.org

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

www.senate.gov

This site will put you in touch with the United States Senate and Senator's home pages, phone numbers, and staff information.

www.christianaction.org

Political webpage that gives information about legislation that affects Christian values

https://www.federalregister.gov

The dailey journal of the United States Government

http://www.house.gov/representatives

Directory of Representatives

www.house.gov
This site will connect you with the United States House of Representatives and House member's addresses, fax numbers,
legislative agendas, and more

www.govtrack.us/congress/bills

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

stage it's in the legislative process, etc.

www.archives.gov

This link will help you research Pentagon information

www.opencongress.org

Search our current house and senate bills

www.ncsl.org

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

www.oversight.house.gov

Full committee on oversight and government reform

Address and phone number for the White House:


White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. NW

Washington, D.C. 20500

1-202-224-3121

www.house.gov/representatives,- www.NCSL.org States required to have voter ID,-.www.federalregister.gov- daily journal of the United States Government, www.govtrack.us/congress/bills, sponsored bills in committee , stage in the legislative process, chance for success. www.house.gov -connects you to the United States House of Representatives and House members.