Recently, Congress.gov launched several email alert services that allow you to track federal legislative information.
First, the legislation alert allows you to track action on a particular bill. When viewing a bill in Congress.gov, click on the “Get alerts” link under the title to set up your alert.
Next, you can get an alert when a specific Member of Congress (from the current Congress) has either sponsored or cosponsored legislation. To set up this alert, go to the member’s page and select “Get alerts” from the menu at the far right.
Finally, you can also receive an alert when a new issue of the Congressional Record is available on Congress.gov. To set this up, click on “Get alerts” at the far right on the CR page.
For more information on setting up these alerts, see In Custodia Legis from the Law Librarians of Congress.