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Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports

Congressional Research Service (CRS)

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is a division of the Library of Congress,
It prepares analytical, non-partisan reports on policy issues for members of Congress.
The reports are good starting points for your research as they provide background information and a discussion of issues and often prior legislation related to the topic.

Many of these reports are now available via congress.gov
Additionally, various organizations have collected selected reports and provide access to them either for a price or for free.

Central Valley Project CRS report Global economic effects of COVID CRS report food insecurity among college students- CRS report
Perscription opiods for pain- CRS report Human rights in China - CRS Report Nagorno-Karabakh conflict- CRS report