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Capitol

Capitol

Capitol switchboard, (202) 224-3121, and Federal Relay Service (TTY), (800) 877-8339. See also 115th Congress (p. 823) for each member’s office.

General

▶Congress

Architect of the Capitol,SB 15 CAP, 20515; (202) 228-1793. Fax, (202) 228-1893. Stephen T. Ayers, Architect. Flag Office, (202) 228-4239.

Web, www.aoc.gov and Twitter, @uscapitol

Maintains the Capitol and its grounds, the House and Senate office buildings, Capitol power plant, Robert A. Taft Memorial, Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building, Capitol Police headquarters, and buildings and grounds of the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress; operates the Capitol Visitor Center, and the Botanic Garden and Senate restaurants. Acquires property and plans and constructs buildings for Congress, the Supreme Court, and the Library of Congress. Assists the Congress in deciding which artwork, historical objects, and exhibits are to ...

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