News Highlights – June 30, 2014

Editorial: Too Much Secrecy in the War on Terror

Opinion: Improving Chemical Safety: A Baby Step in the Right Direction

Transparency Report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence Shows Government Issuing 50 NSLs Per Day

Striving for Transparency and Accountability in Border Enforcement

Expanded Intel Whistleblower Bill Headed to the President

 

Editorial: Too Much Secrecy in the War on Terror

[Sacramento Bee, June 27, 2014]

Opinion: Improving Chemical Safety: A Baby Step in the Right Direction

[The Hill, Sean Moulton and Ronald White, June 27,2014]

US Releases Data on Sensitive Surveillance Programs for First Time

[Washington Post, Ellen Nakashima, June 27, 2014]

Transparency Report from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence Shows Government Issuing 50 NSLs Per Day

[TechDirt, Tim Cushing, June 27, 2014]
 
Striving for Transparency and Accountability in Border Enforcement
 
[Center for Effective Government, Leslie Haymon,  June 27, 2014]
 
Expanded Intell Whistleblower Bill Headed to President
 
[GovExec, Charles S. Clark, June 27, 2014]

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