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U.S. Congress

Legislative body

Research Sources

Financial Disclosure reports, Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives

ICPSR database of U.S. Congressional Historical Statistics, 1789-1989 

Vital statistics on Congress, Brookings Institute

VoteView - Realtime Nominate ideology and related dated, from UCLA Department of Political Science

There are a number of agencies supporting the work of the Legislative Branch use to fulfill their role in the government, some of which are listed below:

One place you may always receive help with any government information research is Government Information Online (GIO) where librarians across the United States will assist you.