There are 6,151 bills and resolutions currently before the United States Congress. Of those, only about 5% will become law. They must be enacted before the end of the 2015-2017 session (the “114th Congress”).
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We’ve also compiled historical statistics about how many bills are enacted and when during the legislative session activity tends to occur.
1 bill or resolution is on the House and Senate calendars for the coming days. Once bills are scheduled for floor action, they typically have enough support to pass.
The Senate added the bill to its floor schedule for the following day on Aug 3, 2015.
Here is a breakdown of all 6,151 bills and resolutions currently before Congress:
There are 41 enacted bills and joint resolutions so far in this session of Congress.
There are 240 passed resolutions so far in this session of Congress (for joint and concurrent resolutions, passed both chambers).
There are 222 bills and joint/concurrent resolutions that had a significant vote in one chamber, making them likely to have further action.
There are 6 bills and resolutions that failed a vote on passage and are now dead or failed a significant vote such as cloture, passage under suspension, or resolving differences:
There are 2 bills that were vetoed and the veto was not overridden by Congress:
There are 5,640 bills and resolutions that have been introduced, referred to committee, or reported by committee and await further action.
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Use the Library of Congress’s subject categorization of bills and resolutions to explore pending legislation in Congress.
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