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Congressional Research Service Reports (CRS) from CQ Press

CRS is the research arm of the Library of Congress, providing analyses of issues of interest to congressional members and committees - i.e., virtually any topic. By law, most CRS reports are confidential. CQ-Roll Call has partnered with Penny Hill Press to offer every new and updated report published by the Congressional Research Service. The body of each CRS report is text searchable.

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  • Congress
  • Word or phrase in text, title (headline), or author(s)
  • Bill number
  • Penny Hill Press categories
  • Report or order number
  • Date originally published
  • Date added to

See microfilm collection of Major Studies & Issue Briefs (JA37 M35) for coverage back to 1960s.


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September 13, 2010


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