Press Release
March 6, 2008


For those who are interested, wondering or curious to know about what the Senate committees do, the Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights and the Senate Committee on Ways and Means today launched each of its on line websites with the purview of providing quick and easy access to information from the two committees.

Senator Chiz Escudero, Chairman of both committees said going on line is one of the public's quickest and unhampered ways of getting in touch with the committee and its members. At the same time, it will also serve as a venue for the public to make their feedbacks, comments and views known to the committee.

To access the website for the Senate Committee on Justice and Human Rights, just type The Senate Committee on Ways and Means website on the other hand is

The websites contain what the committee does, what it is doing, what reports have been released, who sits on the committee, who has spoken before the committee and more ways on how to contact the committees.

Escudero said with the websites now online, collecting and exchanging information between the public and the senate is now just a click away. All and any interested persons, organizations and bodies are invited to visit the sites and submit their views on matters related to both committees. The senator said each site has a moderator who maintains and updates the data and any issues thrown back to the committee via the websites and all other contact numbers will be attended to.

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