CRS Reports in HeinOnline

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The Congressional Research Service is a division of the Library of Congress responsible for conducting research and analyses on a wide range of national policy issues, ultimately generating reports of their findings.  While there is not currently one comprehensive source for all Congressional Research Service Reports, HeinOnline has accumulated a  collection of over 880 reports.

CRS Reports are located in both the Taxation & Economic Reform in America Parts I & II and History of Bankruptcy: Taxation & Economic Reform in America Part III libraries. From either library's homepage, you will find collections of these reports in the list of available titles:

Click here to view the taxation CRS Reports.

Click here to view the Economic Reform CRS Reports.

Click here to view the Bankruptcy CRS Reports.

If you are looking for a specific report, you can easily use our catalog search tool from the Welcome Page  or the catalog search tab from within any HeinOnline collection. For example, if you are searching for Taxation: The Work Opportunity Tax Credit from January 16, 2008, choose the catalog search tab from the welcome page and type in Work Opportunity Tax Credit (and change the drop-down menu selection to Publication Title):

You will receive seven results, the first being the title you need (you will notice your search terms are highlighted in yellow):

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