Legislation geeks — and I know you exist and read this blog — will be interested to know that the Congressional Research Service (i.e. the outfit which does all of Congress’s research) is working to make its reports available to the public. One of the reports made public last week was the report that ultimately led to the enactment of the Curt Flood Act of 1998, which stripped the owners of its antitrust exemption in the area of labor matters.
Like the steroid stuff, you’ll either think it’s really cool or it will bore you to tears, but I made it my mission long ago to bother everyone at one time or another, so there you are.
(thanks to reader Redsauce for the link)