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A key component of our Report Cards is the information about legislation considered by the U.S. Congress. We obtain this information from two types of sources.
There is a large number of advocacy groups (a.k.a. special interest groups) with varied viewpoints and interests that analyze federal legislation. We will include in our Report Cards information on legislation from any advocacy group (large, small, new, or established) as long as we can obtain certain required information from the group.
In order to offer even greater variety of opinions on legislation, we will now also consider for publication in the Report Cards the information on legislation from any source, including individuals. If you know anything that could/should be of interest to the voters about any piece of legislation considered by Congress and are interested in having this information published in our Report Cards, please contact us to discuss this in more detail.
Here are the high-level steps and requirements for having information from a "legislative info provider" included in the Report Cards:
"Legislative info providers" are not charged any fees for having
their information published in the Report Cards. In the future, we hope to be
able to share a portion of any revenue (donations, user and advertising
fees, etc.) generated by the Report Cards with our "legislative info
providers" as a compensation for their legislative research that makes
the Report Cards possible.
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