This is the meat of React. The bill number will show up as a link. This link will open the bill page in a system called Thomas. Thomas is the web application that congress provides for us to see what they are doing. This will open Thomas in a new page. From that page you are provided two choices for viewing the bill. The first option is to click on the link [GPO's PDF Display]. This will bring you to the copy of the PDF of the bill. The other option is to click on the link [Bill Summary & Status file]. This will bring you to another screen that has a link [Text of Legislation] which will bring you to the bill. Once you have read the bill or spent a decent amount of time with it the other links allow you to react to it. The argument sections allow you to post a URL that you can put anything you like on. In case people post bad URLs anyone who is logged in can delete them from the page but I can reinstate them if anyone deletes an appropriate URL. This delete will delete the link from the entire site I think congress needs to place better filters on what makes it to the floor of congress. By analyzing these URLs at completion of the data gathering. I think people would have a good idea what those filters should be. The results sections is set up to provide a world opinion, a US opinion, and a US Voter opinion. It will also break down the vote by any category in the signup page. A note about pork: Pork is a matter of opinion. For me when I read the first bill there was money being spent on a valuable goal. But it was being thrown at willy nilly without any real person being responsible. For me this is pork and I will vote no on it even though it was assigned a valuable task. Others may not feel that way. The pork is a matter of opinion and until we define pork better then it is a matter of opinion. I am hoping that if people make arguments and then when we read through them, we will also be better able to define pork and set up filters on that before it makes it to the floor.