Legislatures are embracing social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to communicate with constituents, and legislative agencies also increasingly have a presence in social media. This web page tracks legislative caucuses, chambers, agencies, committees and offices that actively use these tools. (Note: Some pages linked below may require registration or signing in (e.g., on Facebook) before they can be viewed.)
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