Getting Your Hands On CRS Reports

As far as I know, there's still no easy way to get CRS reports, which can be great sources of information but are ostensibly just for Congressional staff and members. However, there are more and more ways to get your hands on them, thanks to the Open CRS Network, which posts CRS reports as they find them online, for free (CRS Reports for the People).

Not many of late have been focused on education, but that's bound to change in the upcoming months. This one is about the appropriations process, through which a lot of legislating gets done in between formal reauthorizations (or at least that's the way it used to work before the USDE decided to do whatever it wanted (ie, growth models and the SES flip).

If anyone has a better way to get these reports, let us know.


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