A group of US Senators, headed by Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.) and Jon Corzine (D-NJ), is urging the Library of Congress to make more content available on its THOMAS website. The Senators would like citizens to be able to access the same government information available to them on the Legislative Information Service (LIS). The senators who signed the letter to LOC head James Billington deemed THOMAS "insufficient as a portal to the Congress of the United States." More here from Federal Computer Week. And from the Project on Government Oversight, a comparison of LIS and THOMAS.