From Roll Call:

“Why keep CRS reports officially unavailable to the public, yet easily findable to folks within the Beltway who are in the know?” said Kevin Kosar, a former analyst at the Congressional Research Service, who has become one of the leading advocates for opening much of its records.

Kosar, now a vice president at the R Street Institute, was among three witnesses on Wednesday who called for the reports to be made public.

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