- How can I request to have a flag flown over the U.S. Capitol? click here
- How can I request a tour of the U.S. Capitol Building and White House? click here
- Where can I get tourist information for my upcoming visit to Washington, D.C.? click here [at the bottom of the page]
- How do I apply for an internship in Congresswoman Susan Davis’s office? click here
- How do I apply for the Congressional Page Program? click here
- Can Congresswoman Susan Davis help me resolve a problem that I am having with a federal agency? click here
- Can Congresswoman nominate me to attend service academies such as Air Force Academy and Naval Academy? click here
- How do I participate in annual Congressional Arts Competition? click here
- How do I find out the status of a particular bill in the House of Representatives?
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You can see up to the minute text summaries of floor procedures when the House of Representatives is in session. If you are watching House floor proceedings live on C-SPAN, use your web browser's "refresh" function periodically. Updates will appear in reverse chronological order.
- How can I find out what bills Congresswoman Davis has introduced? click here
- How can I apply for Federal grants? click here
- How does a bill become a law?
In the simplest terms, a bill becomes a law after it passes the Senate and the House and the President signs it. For more information about how a bill becomes a law, visit the Library of Congress' on how a bill becomes a law.