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This is a step-by-step guide for locating or compiling the legislative history of federal statutes. Read the General Introduction below and then follow the steps. To track a bill in the current Congress, go to the Bill Tracking tab.
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Introduction

If you need to track the status of a bill in the current congress, use on of the bill tracking databases listed below.

 

Bill Tracking Sites

  • Thomas Thomas allows bill tracking by keyword, hill number, sponsor, or committee. Limit by date or stage in the legislative process.
  • LexisLogin to Lexis AdvanceUnderneath the search box, pre-select the following filters: Content Type: Statutes and Legislation; Jurisdiction: Federal; Practice Area: All. Then search using your search terms. Under Content Type, select Bill Tracking Report-Current Congress. 
  • Westlaw(Summaries & Status (US-BILLTRK))
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