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Kids in the House

The Office of the Clerk invites you to visit our new site, Kids in the House. This site is an interactive center that helps kids learn about the United States House of Representatives and its role in lawmaking. Kids in the House was created with Center for Civic Education curriculum standards in mind and input from educators in various subject areas.
 
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