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Now Online: Congressional Research Service Reports

From Dick Irving, our bibliographer for Public Administration and Policy, Law and Political Science:

We now have an online subscription to Gallery Watch CRS Reports. The database includes the full text of all Congressional Research Service reports published since 1993. The reports are excellent starting places for students researching public policy issues. Gallery Watch CRS Reports can be accessed through Databases & Indexes. It is also included on the Political Science. "My Research Subject" page.

Dick also notes that researchers may wish to check out free internet sites providing CRS Reports on his Federal Public Policy page, such as Zfacts.com, OpenCRS.com, and the collection of CRS Reports Hosted by the University of North Texas Libraries.

If you have any questions about Gallery Watch CRS Reports or other questions relating to political science, public administration and policy or law, you may wish to set up a one-on-one appointment with Dick. Call him at 442-3698 or feel free to send him an email at ririving@uamail.albany.edu .

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