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Government (and other) sources that are available on the open web
Congress.gov (formerly THOMAS) provides legislative documents (both current and historical)
Federal Digital System (FDSys), part of the U.S. Government Printing Office, offers both archival and current government documents, including Congressional documents and reports, economic indicators, and court opinions
Open CRS is an collection of reports from the Congressional Research Service that have been made available to the public. The site is open source and not part of the government, which is why it does NOT have a .gov domain