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Did you know about all of the Congressional Blogs in LexisNexis Academic?
You may have heard about Newstex Blogs on LexisNexis Academic - there are over 3,000 different blogs inside the database. These include blogs about entertainment, politics, business, law, and a wide variety of other topics. An exciting inclusion in the Newstex file is the collection of Congressional Blogs. The Newstex Congressional source allows you access to blogs compiled by Newstex. If a specific Congress member has a blog, Newstex will provide their blog posts. If the Congress member has a Twitter feed, Newstex will compile the day's Tweets about or from that person. If the COngress member does not have a Twitter or a blog, Newstex will compile tweets, blogs, or news articles that mention this member of Congress.
Use the PERSON() string to search for a particular Congress member. For example, PERSON(John McCain). These blogs are also available on the Government & Politics search form in the Subject Areas section of LexisNexis Academic. Click the Government & Politics Blogs source.