The Small Business Administration (SBA) has restored to its website information dedicated to LGBT-owned small businesses.

The content was restored after two House Democrats questioned its continued absence. New York Representatives Yvette Clarke and Nydia Velazquez sent a letter earlier this month to SBA Administrator Linda McMahon asking about the resources.

The page, which lists resources for LGBT-owned small businesses, was removed at the start of the Trump administration more than a year ago. The SBA said at the time that the removal was part of a website restructuring plan.

The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce had called on the SBA to restore the content.

“The NGLCC is pleased to see the SBA reinstate LGBT entrepreneurial resources on their website, just days after the congressional letter was sent and a conversation between Administrator McMahon and myself was held,” NGLCC co-founders Justin Nelson and Chance Mitchell said in a statement. “Clearly she and the SBA recognize that LGBT business owners across the nation bring countless innovations, contribute over $1.7 trillion to the GDP, and create tens of thousands of jobs where they live. America’s LGBT entrepreneurs, and in fact very diverse community, should be given unfettered access to opportunities to succeed at every level of government and in every marketplace.”

LGBT information was removed from many U.S. government websites, including the White House website, at the start of the Trump administration.