This new CRS report has lots of links to state and federal websites:
- Authoritative Resources on the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA). by Kim Walker Klarman and Julie Jennings, Congressional Research Service, R40244 (September 10, 2009) [11 pages. PDF].
The following list of authoritative resources is designed to assist in responding to a broad range of constituent questions and concerns about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), P.L. 111-5. Links to the full text of the act, Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates, White House fact sheets, and federal, state, and municipal government websites are included, along with other useful information. This list reflects information that is currently available on the Internet. It will be updated regularly as other relevant material becomes available.
Here’s a thought for CRS reports like this one that are largely lists of links that CRS intends to update regularly: Why not put this online and make it (and all the updates) available for everyone? Is there any reasonable reason not to do so?