Some notable recent reports of the Congressional Research Service that have not been readily available to the public include the following:
“China and Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and Missiles: Policy Issues” (pdf), updated April 6, 2006.
“Protection of Classified Information by Congress: Practices and Proposals” (pdf), updated April 5, 2006.
“Navy Ship Propulsion Technologies: Options for Reducing Oil Use — Background for Congress” (pdf), April 12, 2006.
“FY2006 Supplemental Appropriations: Iraq and Other International Activities; Additional Katrina Hurricane Relief” (pdf), updated April 14, 2006.
“Immigration Enforcement Within the United States” (pdf), April 6, 2006.
“Patent Reform: Issues in the Biomedical and Software Industries” (pdf), April 7, 2006.
“Oil Shale: History, Incentives, and Policy” (pdf), April 13, 2006.
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