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Introducing National Journal's New Mobile App

National Journal has launched its new iPhone app, putting even more NJ features and tools at your fingertips.

Check Out What’s New:
    • Complete Congressional Profiles and Staff Contact Lists
    • Up-to-Date News, Information and Opinion From
    • Access to all NJ publications: Hotline, NJ Daily, & NJ Magazine

To Download CLICK HERE

Regarded as the most credible, objective, and authoritative voice in the Beltway, National Journal has been Washington’s premier source of nonpartisan insight on politics and policy for more than four decades. National Journal’s iPhone App provides on-the-go access to the latest news and insight on Washington for decision makers and citizens inside and outside the Beltway. In addition to freely available news updates, subscribers to National Journal publications can log in for easy access to National Journal Daily, The Hotline, and National Journal Magazine.

The new app includes National Journal Directory, a sortable listing of all members of Congress and their staff members -- as well information on every state and governor -- complete with contact data, and quick reference profiles and statistics. The app will be free in its entirety for download or updating through June 2013, with subscription content and directory updates available exclusively to National Journal Members thereafter.

The ultimate DC Rolodex is now free for 90 days. Download the new app for open access to a sortable, up-to-date directory of all members of Congress and their staff members—and every word of NJ’s world-class journalism.  

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