Congressional Research Service reports are not freely accessible from the government. However, luckily there are those out there who have made them available online:
Some of the controversial or hot topics about that are actually about the Government. See what the government is saying about the government!
|Serial Set Digital Collection from ProQuest|
|Subjects:||The Serial Set includes reports and documents either produced or ordered by Congress, as well as presidential communications and treaty materials. It is a broken into parts (collections). Collection 1 begins in 1789 with the American State Papers and provides comprehensive, full-text access to Congressional and Executive branch documents and reports published in the U.S. Congressional Serial Set through 1969. Collection II provides coverage from 1970-1979, and 2004 to present. Collection II also contains Senate and Executive Documents and Reports 1817-1969.|
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Congressional Digest Pro & Con Online from Congressional Digest Corp.
Online searchable version of the Congressional Digest, an authoritative impartial source for information on controversial topics. Subscription does not include Supreme Court Debates and International Debates.
CQ Researcher from CQ Press
In-depth, unbiased coverage of health, social trends, criminal justice, international affairs, education, the environment, technology, economy, and global affairs.
These resources are not technically Government Documents, but are good resources for information about Congress.