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Nonprofit site features in-depth Assembly coverage

Following the 2010 General Assembly session? Here is a valuable resource you might not be aware of: the Richmond Sunlight Web site.

Established by the Virginia Interfaith Center in 2007, this volunteer-run site provides user-friendly access to comprehensive data such as:

  • A complete list of House and Senate bills searchable by name, topic or date. Summaries, full-text and progress reports are included with each bill.
  • Detailed bio pages for all state legislators as well as a sortable list of legislators by district, party and other demographics
  • A listing of all committees and their members
  • Daily minutes from each chamber
  • The latest tweets from law makers who use Twitter

The site also includes an archive of General Assembly sessions dating back to 2006.

By Sarah Rodriguez

2 comments

  1. and Richmond Sunlight is FREE and superior to the GA database search and other features.

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