Answered By: Kristen Koob
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2019     Views: 42

Congressional Research Service, a component of the Library of Congress, conducts research and analysis for Congress on a broad range of national policy issues. All reports are authoritative, objective and nonpartisan. Reports range in length from several pages to more than one-hundred pages and cover the full breadth of topics of interest to Congress.

Proquest Congressional (Harvard login) includes CRS Reports from 1916-present.

EveryCRSReport.com is a free source that provides access to many CRS Reports.

CRS Reports (Library of Congress site)

Legistorm Pro (Harvard login) provides access to CRS Reports as well as GAO, CBO, and SAP reports and Executive orders.

 

 

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