Looks good on my phone. Give it a try.
The Library of Congress unveiled a new Web search tool for bills and other congressional records Wednesday that eventually will replace the 17-year-old Thomas.gov website.
Congress.gov, which was launched in a beta form, will automatically adapt to fit computer, smartphone and tablet screens and will include live video streams from the House and Senate floors, according to tweets from the Library of Congress.
The new site will make it easier to search across different categories of congressional information and to narrow a search, according to the agency. It will also link to floor debates and other video related to a particular bill.