The workings of Congress are often mired in controversy, with only the legislation that polarizes the left and the right gaining public attention. Now you can find out for yourself what exactly the politicians are doing with Many Bills, a new website from IBM, that lets you visualize the work of Washington’s lawmakers. Each bill is color-coordinated to form an interlocking map, allowing you to link themes and follow the path of different bits of legislation. It’s a useful tool for those looking to delve into how Washington works. Although IBM has lost ground as a computer manufacturer in recent years, it remains an innovative technology research company.
Issue 3 | Jul 2011
IBM Makes Legislation Easier to Understand
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