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Zimmerman's Research Guide


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Congressional Research Service Reports

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is a division of the Library of Congress that prepares reports for members and committees of the U.S. Congress.

Sources for free CRS Reports include:

Subscription sources for CRS Reports include:

Sources for CRS reports that charge a fee include:

For more information about CRS Reports, see the Open CRS Frequently Asked Questions and/or Stephen Young's Guide to CRS Reports on the Web (LLRX 2006).


See Also
Federal Legislative History
Library of Congress

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