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CRS reports released on WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks has release 6,780 Congressional Research Service reports. The oldest report released goes back to 1990, but WikiLeaks says that the release of these reports “represents the total output of the Congressional Research Service (CRS) electronically available to Congressional offices.”

WikiLeaks has merged its report collection with the reports into OpenCRS, has set up mirror sites, and made the collection downloadable in compressed form and via Torrent.

There is an alphabetical list of reports and a Chronological list.

Now, if we just had a reliable way of getting all new ones into the public domain!

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