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This page was created for the U.S. Congress WikiProject's Collaboration of the Week. Extensive web researching found only this, if anybody can find more information, please try and do so. Oh, and for those of you who are puzzled at my minor edits, remember this: lots of minor edits = great page. (Actually, I just forgot to uncheck the box, which I had set to be marked as default. --WikiPrez 23:32, 21 April 2006 (UTC)
In most articles, these are split, because they are two different sections. Once this article gets more information, someone can split these up? --WikiPrez 00:16, 22 April 2006 (UTC)
Took the liberty of removing "references" completely from the heading, in accordance with style and proper formatting. If and when the article gets more information, a new references section can be added. --WikiPrez 02:18, 22 April 2006 (UTC)
Every other house or Senate office building has the US congress box 1st, then the Capitol complex box. But great job finding info, I tried for an hour a month ago and found none! American Patriot 1776 01:08, 25 April 2006 (UTC)
True. I don't see why, it should be the other way, for both aesthetic (Capitol complex box is smaller) and efficiency (Capitol complex box directly pertains to article) reasons. Oh well. WikiPrez 20:30, 25 April 2006 (UTC)