PRESS RELEASES »

Schools seeking tuition fee increase must provide scholarship to poor students

Educational institutions will be allowed to increase tuition and other school fees provided that they will allot free scholarships to poor but deserving students.... Read More

Solon seeks to declare the Philippine Arena as a tourism enterprise

A lawmaker has filed a bill that seeks to declare the Philippine Arena as a tourism enterprise.... Read More

House approves bill penalizing personal intrusion for commercial purposes

The House of Representatives has approved on second reading a measure that will penalize photographers and videographers who intrude on people’s privacy for profit or commercial purposes.... Read More

Presidential State of the Nation Address (SONA) 2014


LIVE WEBCAST OF PLENARY SESSION »

LIVE WEBCAST OF PLENARY SESSION

Watch the live webcast of today's session at the House of Representatives plenary hall.



ONLINE ROSTER OF PHILIPPINE LEGISLATORS »

First Philippine LegislatureHouse Members from the 1st Philippine Legislature (1907) to the 15th Congress of the Republic of the Philippines.

The Online Roster of Philippine Legislators contains the names of House Members who served in the Philippine legislature from the 1st Philippine Legislature (1907) to the 15th Congress of the Republic of the Philippines. It features an alphabetical listing of House Members by name, by legislative district and by legislative period.




LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM »

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The LEGIS is a browser-based system that allows a user connected to the Internet to access, retrieve, print or save structured bills information and status as well as download full texts of bills, republic acts, House Journals, House publications and other published legislative materials and documents.

To guide visitors on using the system, a manual is available for downloading - LEGIS Manual.



CONGRESS ONLINE POLL

At least six (6) House bills aim to criminalize rice hoarding and profiteering during times of declared emergencies or calamities as acts of economic sabotage. These bills propose jail terms of 10 to 20 years and six-figure fines for those found guilty. Do you agree that rice hoarders and smugglers should be regarded by law as economic saboteurs and punished accordingly?

Yes

No

Undecided

Total votes: 129 View results