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CRS Reports

What are they?

CRS stands for Congressional Research Service. The CRS is a division of the Library of Congress.  It provides exclusive, non-partisan, detailed research for the United States Congress.  Reports are not distributed to the public, nor does the CRS have a publicly accessible website available. 

Where do I find them?

Some internet sites do provide access to certain reports.  If you are interested in locating CRS reports, try the following sites, but please note that some of the sites may charge for access to these publications. (You may also wish to try contacting your Congressional Representatives to see if they will obtain a report for your use.)

Internet Resources

Trible Library provides links to other websites to aid in research and is not responsible for the content or privacy policy of those sites.