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What agency provides information about pending Senate bills?

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The Library of Congress provides information about bills pending in the U.S. Senate on its Congressional information website, Congress.Gov. Alternatively, the U.S. Senate itself provides a list of currently active legislation under the Active Legislation tab of its official website, Senate.Gov.

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On Congress.Gov, individuals can view a list of the most-viewed bills currently pending in Congress, as well as search current and past bills by subject, keyword, title or number. It provides bill text, sponsors and co-sponsors, history and a variety of other information.

The Senate website's list of active legislation is sorted by both popular topics and bill classifications. The Senate website links to Congress.Gov as a resource to displaying bill text and information.

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