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Yes, this has been a sore point for years. The most recent concerted effort to make the reports publicly available is from the Thurgood Marshall Law Library at the University of Maryland (http://www.law.umaryland.edu/marshall/crsreports). There was an attempt in the 108th Congress to mandate web-based public access to the reports (H.R. 3630, introduced by Representative Christopher Shays), but it died in committee.

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