Midnight Rulemaking, and More from CRS
New and updated reports from the Congressional Research Service that Congress has declined to make publicly available online include these.
Midnight Rulemaking, July 18, 2012
An Analysis of the Distribution of Wealth Across Households, 1989-2010, July 17, 2012
Oil Sands and the Keystone XL Pipeline: Background and Selected Environmental Issues, July 16, 2012
Defense Surplus Equipment Disposal: Background Information, July 18, 2012
Nigeria: Current Issues and U.S. Policy, July 18, 2012
The United Arab Emirates (UAE): Issues for U.S. Policy, July 17, 2012
Timor-Leste: Political Dynamics, Development, and International Involvement, July 3, 2012
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