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The Dirksen Congressional Center

The Dirksen Congressional Center An effective site that provides non-partisan information concerning Congress and its leaders. The website includes CongressLink, up-to-date information on the US Congress; Congress for Kids, an excellent resource for younger students on the American
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The Dirksen Congressional Center


An effective site that provides non-partisan information concerning Congress and its leaders. The website includes CongressLink, up-to-date information on the US Congress; Congress for Kids, an excellent resource for younger students on the American Government; Congress in the Classroom Online, lessons on the House and the Senate; and the Communicator, a web-based newsletter.

Dirksen Congressional Center

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