Posted October 2, 2013
The National Agricultural Law Center has many resources available for research and information in the areas of agricultural and food law.  One of the resources the Center provides, is a free, user-friendly online database of agricultural and food law related Congressional Research Service Reports, available here.
The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is the public policy research arm of the U.S. Congress and solely serves Congress as a source of nonpartisan, objective analysis and research on all legislative issues.  New and updated reports will be posted as they are received.  The reports are classified into topics and sub-topics to help specifically pinpoint topics relevant to individual areas of interest.  
Recently added reports will be designated as “updated” or “new” on the main page of the database. 


For more information on CRS reports available through the National Agriculture Law Center, please visit the Center website here.