Only for specific agencies that are listed as supporting the Congress of the United States. These agencies are listed in the Category description. No other agencies should be listed in this category.The Agencies that are charged with the support of Congress are: * Architect of the Capitol * Congressional Budget Office (CBO) * Congressional Research Service * Copyright Office * Government Accountability Office (GAO) * Government Printing Office (GPO) * Library of Congress * Medicare Payment Advisory Commission * Open World Leadership Center * Stennis Center for Public Service * U.S. Botanic Garden * U.S. Capitol Visitor Center These agencies are listed at http://www.usa.gov/Agencies/Federal/Legislative.shtml has having special responsibility to the Congress of the United States. No other agencies should be listed in this category.
This subcategory contains sites pertaining to the United States Senate, the upper legislative body of the US Congress. The makeup of the Senate is determined by the US Constitution. Each state elects two Senators who serve staggered 6-year terms so that one third of the Senate is replaced every 2 years. The 17th Amendment, ratified in 1913, allows for the direct election of Senators; previously, senators had been chosen by the state legislators. Members of the US Senate must be 30 years of age, a resident of the state from which s/he is elected, and a US citizen for at least 9 years.
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