Inexplicable anomaly

Harris, Leslie; Stoller, Matt
May 2007
Hill;5/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 57, p31
The article reports that one special talent of U.S. Congress is to sternly slam the barn door closed after the animals have already wandered off. The author said that it is difficult to believe that Congress thinks that it can control whether Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports are made to the public over the Internet.


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