Selected CRS Reports
Notable new reports of the Congressional Research Service include the following (all pdf).
“Iran: Ethnic and Religious Minorities,” May 25, 2007.
“National Continuity Policy: A Brief Overview,” June 8, 2007.
“‘No Confidence’ Votes and Other Forms of Congressional Censure of Public Officials,” June 11, 2007.
“Veterans and Homelessness,” May 31, 2007.
“Border Security: The San Diego Fence,” updated May 23, 2007.
“Latin America and the Caribbean: Fact Sheet on Leaders and Elections,” updated June 1, 2007.
“U.S.-European Union Relations and the 2007 Summit,” updated May 14, 2007.
“Russian Oil and Gas Challenges,” updated May 16, 2007.
“Secret Sessions of the House and Senate,” updated May 25, 2007.
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