From their site: GovTrack.us tracks the U.S. Congress and is a reference for legislation, votes, Members of Congress, congressional districts, and the congressional record. The database that powers the site is also made freely available, and several APIs are available. APIs are URLs on GovTrack that serve XML rather than HTML. They are intended to be called by applications to retrieve data dynamically.
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This is a Node.js wrapper for the GovTrack data API created by Mark Guerra. It contains guides to add bill, co-sponsorship, person, role, and voters features into applications. Initially, GovTrack was created by Joshua Tauberer with the goal to offer open access to parliamentary tracking at no cost.
The GovTrack Node.js Library is a Node.js wrapper for the GovTrack data API, providing developers access to information for integrating their applications in Node.js. With this Library, developers will be able to authenticate their applications utilizing the Node.js wrapper.