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Citizen Legislature Empowerment through Access to Resources (CLEAR) Act

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To provide Internet access to congressional documents, including certain Congressional Research Service publications, and for other purposes.

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06/06/2000Introduced in House

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06/06/2000Referred to the House Committee on House Administration.
Action By: House of Representatives
06/06/2000Sponsor introductory remarks on measure. (CR H3895)
Action By: House of Representatives
06/06/2000Introduced in House
Action By: House of Representatives

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Committee on House Administration06/06/2000 Referred to

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Introduced in House (06/06/2000)

Citizen Legislature Empowerment through Access to Resources (CLEAR) Act - Instructs the Director of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) to make the following Congressional Research Service information available to the public through a centralized electronic database: (1) Issue Briefs; (2) CRS Reports which are available to Members of Congress through the Congressional Research Service; and (3) Authorization of Appropriations Products and Appropriations Products.

Expresses the sense of Congress that each standing and special committee of the House of Representatives and Senate, and each joint committee of Congress, should provide access to the public through the Internet to publicly available committee information, documents, and proceedings, including bills, reports, and transcripts of committee meetings which are open to the public.