Rep. Elise Stefanik Introduces Bill to Create Online Legislative Process Tracking System

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digital governmentRep. Elise Stefanik (R-New York) has introduced a bill that would instruct the Library of Congress to implement a web-based platform for the general public to view and track legislative changes on Congress.gov.

The Establishing Digital Interactive Transparency Act calls for the Library of Congress to present every version of a bill or resolution within the same document via the website, Stefanik’s office said Wednesday.

“We live in an age of limitless information and technology that is never further than your pocket — we should use these tools to provide the American people more open, transparent access to our work in Congress,” noted Stefanik.

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