Add the RSS feed to your newsreader:
Upcoming House Committee Meetings
Upcoming Senate Committee Meetings
Upcoming House Calendars
Upcoming Senate Calendars
Today's Bill Text
Today's Fiscal Notes
Today's Bill Analyses
Today's Bills Filed in House
Today's Bills Filed in Senate
Today's Passed Bills

What is RSS?
RSS is an XML-based technology designed to summarize and index publications posted on the Web into a customized format that includes a title, a concise description of an article, and a URL link. With RSS, users can subscribe to specific news feeds to monitor lists of publications as they are updated. Users may then skim titles and descriptions of articles and choose to ignore the information, read a summary, or view the original source document via the URL link.

To read RSS files and subscribe to news feeds, a user must install newsreader software—also known as a news aggregator—which is an application that monitors websites that contain RSS files. A newsreader alerts users when new content is detected, and it tracks read and unread content. Once a user adds an RSS site to his or her list of news feeds, the information appears at specified times (e.g., hourly, daily, weekly) within the window of the newsreader.

Requirements for Receiving RSS Feeds

To receive RSS feeds, you need an RSS newsreader. You then subscribe to the website from which you want to receive content, and the information will be delivered automatically to your RSS newsreader.

Here are the steps:


Choose a newsreader (aggregator) to organize and read your content.


After installing your RSS newsreader, click the link of the RSS Icon icon next to a set of links or headlines or from the list on the right that you're most interested in to subscribe to the category.


Follow the prompts offered by your RSS newsreader to complete the subscription.


Use your RSS newsreader to read news when it arrives and click headline links to get the full web page.