News Highlights – April 11, 2012

Why Doesn’t the Federal Reserve Disclose Waivers Granted to Senior Officials?
Open government plans 2.0 a mixed bag: news analysis
Transparency groups say THOMAS legislative website is outdated
Alleged Cole Bomber’s Testimony Could Be Secret
U.S. files unopposed motion to seal parts of oral argument in Sterling, Risen appeals

Why Doesn’t the Federal Reserve Disclose Waivers Granted to Senior Officials?
[POGO Blog, February 11, 2012]

Open government plans 2.0 a mixed bag: news analysis
[Federal Computer Week, April 10, 2012]

Transparency groups say THOMAS legislative website is outdated
[Federal Computer Week, April 10, 2012]

Alleged Cole Bomber’s Testimony Could Be Secret
[NPR, April 10, 2012]

U.S. files unopposed motion to seal parts of oral argument in Sterling, Risen appeals
[Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, April 10, 2012]

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