Earlier today, letters signed by 25 organizations were sent to the Committee on House Administration and the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration urging them to address issues of congressional and public access to CRS reports.
Previously, Congress directed the Library of Congress to public current and archived CRS reports, but many of these reports are not made available to the public are not made generally available to Congress unless specifically requested and are not available from either the Library’s internal website or from its public-facing website.
These letters urge the Committees to direct the Library of Congress to publish CRS reports online and encourage the Library to improve how it is currently publishing CRS reports. You can read the full letters below:
-Written by Taylor J. Swift