If you've never used ProQuest Congressional, you can watch the video tutorial below:
For more specialized uses of ProQuest Congressional, see the second video:
Congressional Research Service (CRS) Reports
The Congressional Research Service creates reports at the request of Congress to inform Senators and Representatives about policy topics under consideration. Reports are researched and written by experts in the subject areas, and are very useful for overview and analysis of policy issues, with references.
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