News Highlights – January 4, 2016

The White House is Violating Its Own Transparency Policy
Will 2016 be the year the government gets email under control?
More Problems With Prepublication Review
Opinion: Death toll from violent cops is a guessing game
Congress to Investigate Report That US Spied on Lawmakers
This obscure law had a big political impact in 2015
Twitter to revive Politwoops, archive of politicians' deleted tweets

The White House is Violating Its Own Transparency Policy
[Government Executive, Charles S. Clark, December 21, 2015]

Will 2016 be the year the government gets email under control?
[FCW, Adam Mazmanian, December 23, 2015]

More Problems With Prepublication Review
[Just Security, Oona Hathaway and Jack Goldsmith, December 28, 2015]

Opinion: Death toll from violent cops is a guessing game
[USA Today, Patrice McDermott, December 30, 2015]

Congress to Investigate Report That US Spied on Lawmakers
[ABC News, Benjamin Siegel, December 31, 2015]

This obscure law had a big political impact in 2015
[Washington Examiner, Sarah Westwood, December 31, 2015]

Twitter to revive Politwoops, archive of politicians' deleted tweets
[Reuters, Michelle Conlin, December 31, 2015]

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