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June 21, 2008, Democracy.
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What you’ll find at the United States Code.

  • This version is generated from the most recent official version made available by the US House of Representatives. For exact information about the currency of any particular title as it is published by the House, see the listing on the House server. The date of any text appearing on this site appears in italics at the upper right in every Code section.
  • Each section in the framed version is dated at the upper right corner of the text frame; these date the text itself as we receive it from the House, and are not the date on which we loaded the text. At this point we are not sure how often the House will issue new versions of this information to the public. Any new version issued by the House will in turn be mounted here within 24 hours. (This is not an absolute guarantee. From time to time, and without warning, the House makes changes in the format and structure of the text they make available for download. This can and does cause us to rewrite our own formatting software, hopefully with minimal delay.) In the meantime we suggest the use of the update feature available in each section.
  • Our convenient update service (available onscreen as you look at each section) integrates the services of the House servers and of the Library of Congress Thomas service to supply you with accurate updates to any section which has changed.

A listing of all Titles appears below.


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One Comment

  1. Posted July 15, 2008 at 6:17 pm | Permalink

    I think that is is terrible that we have to sift
    through the notes of our congress to find out exactly
    what is going on in “our congress”.

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