Re: Just discovered GovTrack
- Of course you are correct Josh. The most useful sources for tracking
what's coming up for debate or vote are 1) House and Senate majority
whip notices on House and Senate sites under Leadership (for the
days and week ahead only), and 2) Congressional Record Daily Digest,
noted at the end of the digest (for the next scheduled meeting day
The congressional calendars are not day-to-day to-do lists as the
name "calendar" would have one believe.
--- In email@example.com, Joshua Tauberer / GovTrack
> > Secondly, it would be nice to know what is coming up for a vote
> > in a comittee) by date.for
> I don't know that this information exists anywhere. The calendars
> the House and Senate are, from my understanding of it, not really(They're
> related to the order in which matters are actually taken up.
> available on the Gov't Printing Office website, www.gpo.gov.) Ihaven't
> spent much time looking at the web sites for the majority party,which
> might have more accurate information since they control what getstaken
> up. If you know of or find a page that has useful information, Ican
> take a look.
- Hi, Peggy.
> 1) House and Senate majority whip notices on House and Senate sites under LeadershipI'll try to integrate this info when I get a chance. Thanks for
> for the days and week ahead only)
pointing me to it.
- Joshua Tauberer
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