1. The Congressional Record publishes the proceedings and debates of Congress. (There's even an app!)
2. Congress.gov lets you search legislation.
3. Govtrack.us lets you track votes on bills.
4. We also have Countable, which helps provide us with a fair amount of information.
What more do you need?! Seriously, I'd like to know! Do we really need to spend money on duplicating the information? Or am I overlooking something?
Do Americans need to be spoon fed all the information they say they want? Has our society gotten too lazy even to use Google or some other search engine to do our own research? Just wondering!