Video: ARL’s Prue Adler and Others Discuss Public Access to CRS Reports During DC Briefing
The video was recorded at a U.S. House of Representatives Transparency Caucus briefing that took place earlier today in Washington.
Opening Remarks by
Congressman Mike Quigley & Congressman Leonard Lance
The Honorable Chris Shays, Represented the Fourth Congressional District in Connecticut from 1987-2008
Prue Adler, Associate Executive Director, Association of Research Libraries
Stan Brand, Senior Counsel, Akin Gump Law Firm
Kevin Kosar, Senior Fellow and Governance Project Director, R Street Institute
Background (if needed) about this ongoing issue is available this Sunlight Foundation Blog Post
Direct to CRS/U.S. Briefing Video
Legislative research organization in other countries do an impressive job of making their reports and briefings accessible online.
- Parliament of Australia: Parliamentary Library
- EU: Parliamentary Research Service
- UK: House of Commons Library and House of Lords Library
Filed under: Academic Libraries, Associations and Organizations, Libraries, News, Reports
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