Helpful Resource Links
NAHC strives to provide you with up to date resources and education that will help you in your advocacy journey. The following are cultivated links to various websites and documents we know you will find helpful along the way.
Office of the Clerk
This site offers information on House documents including public disclosure forms, its Members and Committees.
Provides information on the floor proceedings for the last 7 legislative days
House Floor Proceedings
Daily Committee Schedule
Provides information on House Committee Meetings for the day.
Provides information on U.S. Senate committees and legislative activities including links to the daily hearing schedule on legislation, policy issues and recent floor activity in the Senate.
Find a Bill or Law (Congress.gov)
Contains bill and other information related to the U.S. Congress and the legislative process.
Partisan Congressional Websites
Senate Democratic Leadership
Link to the Senate Democratic Caucus
House Democratic Caucus
Provides information on Caucus issues, agendas and members.
House Democratic Leadership
Provides information on House Democratic Leader, legislative calendar, issues and member resources.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
Information on events, petitions, etc.
Senate Republican Conference
Provides links to the Republican agenda and a range of communication services including graphics, radio & television.
House Republican Conference
Provides links to the conference, its events and issues
National Republican Congressional Committee
Provides links to events, press, campaign tools, etc.
Executive Office of the President (White House)
The official website for the White House.
USA GOV (U.S. Government’s Official web portal)
Links to all government information, services and resources.
The Federal Judicial Center (FJC)
The FJC is the education and research agency for the federal courts. The site contains results of Center research on federal court operations and procedures and court history, as well as selected educational materials produced for judges and court employees.
The U.S. Supreme Court
The official site for the U.S. Supreme Court.
State /Local Governments
Provides general information on state and local governments. Also contains specific links to individual states and the District of Columbia.
Other Reference Links
United States Publishing Office
Primary resource for all published information of the Federal government.
Library of Congress
Provides information for the United States Congress, researchers, publishers, educators, and the public.
Government Accountability Office (GAO)
Helps Congress oversee federal programs and operations to assure accountability to the American people.
Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (MedPAC)
MedPAC is an independent federal body established by the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 (P.L. 105-33) to advise the U.S. Congress on issues affecting the Medicare program. It is also tasked with analyzing access to care, quality of care, and other issues affecting Medicare