Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban, and More from CRS
New and updated reports from the Congressional Research Service that have not been made readily available to the public include the following.
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty: Background and Current Developments, June 10, 2013
Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Countries: Comparative Trade and Economic Analysis, June 10, 2013
Carbon Capture and Sequestration: Research, Development, and Demonstration at the U.S. Department of Energy, June 10, 2013
Unapproved Genetically Modified Wheat Discovered in Oregon: Status and Implications, June 7, 2013
Social Security Reform: Legal Analysis of Social Security Benefit Entitlement Issues, June 7, 2013
Social Security: The Trust Fund, June 4, 2013
Budget Issues Shaping a Farm Bill in 2013, June 3, 2013
Earthquake Risk and U.S. Highway Infrastructure: Frequently Asked Questions, June 5, 2013
Filling U.S. Senate Vacancies: Perspectives and Contemporary Developments, June 7, 2013
Guatemala: Political, Security, and Socio-Economic Conditions and U.S. Relations, May 16, 2013
“Fast Track” Legislative Procedures Governing Congressional Consideration of a Defense Base Closure and Realignment (BRAC) Commission Report, June 10, 2013
Gun Control Proposals in the 113th Congress: Universal Background Checks, Gun Trafficking, and Military Style Firearms, June 7, 2013
Homelessness: Targeted Federal Programs and Recent Legislation, June 7, 2013
Moldova: Background and U.S. Policy, June 5, 2013
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