Stimulus Bill Text Online – Fast Friday Fact

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The big economic bills are online, but they’re tough to find and tougher to slog through.    Lucky for us, John Adams thought that the new country called the United States should have access to a legal library so he signed an order over 200 years ago creating The Library of Congress.

Get familiar with the site if you’re a data hound because they are an amazing resource.   And that’s where you’ll find all SEVEN current versions of “The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009″.

You’ll find related bills, various iterations, sponsors and more at the LOC’s THOMAS’ page about the pending economic legislation.

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