MEDIA GUIDELINES: STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS 2014 »


PRESS RELEASES »

Bill expresses concern over the plight of the workers in jobsites

Workers' welfare and condition in the job sites are the prime concern of the proposed Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry Act.... Read More

Solons want establishments to be prohibited from imposing parking fees

Lawmakers are seeking to prohibit the imposition of parking fees for the use of facilities provided by shopping malls, schools, hospitals, hotels and other similar establishments.... Read More

Bill to lower the compulsory retirement of teachers to 60 years

A lawmaker has filed a measure lowering the compulsory retirement age of public school teachers to 60 years.... Read More

State of the Nation 2013 Presidential Address (SONA)


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

Several House Bills are demanding the revocation of the power of the Philippine Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) to grant licenses to operate casinos and gaming clubs.

Proponents of these bills argue that PAGCOR bypassed the constitutional power of Congress to grant franchises to prospective casino operators and that PAGCOR lacked transparency in its license-granting operations.

Do you agree that PAGCOR's charter be clearly amended to remove its power to grant casino licenses by itself and, for greater accountability, only grant licenses to gaming franchises approved by Congress?

Yes

No

Undecided

Total votes: 127 View results