Tuesday, March 20, 2007

CRS reports to check out

I have found a few regularly updated sources for Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports, so the blog will now start featuring a list of new CRS reports on Tuesdays.

What are CRS reports? They are reports written by the CRS for members of Congress. They usually range from 6 to 20 pages long and are written in a clear and concise manner. These reports cover anything of interest to Congress, which can mean you will can find a report on defense spending or maybe a report on the effects of climate change.

Here are this weeks reports:

These links are coming to you courtesy of OpenCRS and Secrecy News.

Want access to historical reports back to 1916? Those of you either here on campus or affiliated with campus can access the LexisNexis Congressional database, which has full-text access.

For those of you without campus access, check out the library's guide.

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