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Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports

Collected by: Stanford University, Social Sciences Resource Group

Archived since: Jun, 2008


Congressional Research Service (CRS) is a think tank that provides research reports to members of Congress on a variety of topics relevant to current political events. However, the Congressional Research Service (CRS) does not provide direct public access to its reports, nor are they released to the public via the Federal Library Depository Program (FDLP). There are several organizations that collect and give access to subsets of published CRS Reports. This collection attempts to bring all CRS Reports together in one place. For more information on CRS, see the Sunlight Foundations CRS Reports backgrounder ( Please contact James Jacobs (jrjacobs AT stanford DOT edu) if you know of additional sites hosting CRS reports.

Subject:   Society & Culture Government - US Federal Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service United States. Congress Congressional Research Service reports

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Title: Congressional Research Service reports (1994-1999)


Description: Collection of Congressional Research Service reports on the California Digital Library's Counting California Web pages.

Captured  on Jun 05, 2008

Subject:   Law--United States ,  United States--Politics and government

Title: Open CRS Network--CRS Reports for the People


Description: Web site created by the Center for Democracy and Technology that brings together collections of reports produced for the United States Congress by the Congressional Research Service.

Captured 15 times between Jun 05, 2008 and Apr 23, 2010

Subject:   United States--Politics and government,  Law--United States ,  Political planning--United States

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