In honor of Thomas Jefferson, the Thomas site is the effort of Congress to make legislative information available to the public. Not only is it a great educational tool, but it also signalled how the Internet would change politics forever by opening up government in new ways. Here you can find out about what happened on the floor lately, about the Constitution and its amendments, or learn about the legislative process in general. Congressional records and other reports are right at your fingertips. You can view bills in full-text or digest form; they are databased and referenced by topic, short title and number.