December 2002

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HPInternet: Congressional Research Service reports

Have you ever wondered where U.S. Congress representatives get the information they need to make decisions on laws that affect so many lives? True, much of the information comes from lo..

Crowley, B., Competitive Analysis Technologies

Have you ever wondered where U.S. Congress representatives get the information they need to make decisions on laws that affect so many lives? True, much of the information comes from lobbyists and special interest groups. Maybe they even listen to their constituents (the voters); however, one often wonders. But they can also rely on the Congressional Research Service (CRS) for independent views and research (www.cnie.org/NLE/CRS). Here is a free (paid for by taxes) research service that provides background research on national issues of importance. The CRS, part of the Library of Congress, prepares its reports for the U.S. C

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