News Highlights – June 8, 2015

Editorial: Secrecy Around Biolab Violations Adds to Safety Fears

SEAL Team 6: A Secret History of Quiet Killings and Blurred Lines

White House Wants Ideas for Open Government Plan

Final Rule Ignores Warnings, Strips Employees of Due Process

Categorical Denial of Privacy Exemption Remanded

Radio: Freedom of Information Act: Why You Should Care About Potential Changes

 

Editorial: Secrecy Around Biolab Violations Adds to Safety Fears

[The Des Moines Register, June 6, 2015]

SEAL Team 6: A Secret History of Quiet Killings and Blurred Lines

[New York Times, Mark Mazzetti, Nicholas Kulish, Christopher Drew, Serge F. Kovaleski, Sean Naylor and John Ismay, June 6, 2015]

White House Wants Ideas for Open Government Plan

[NextGov, Frank Konkel, June 5, 2015]

Final Rule Ignores Warnings, Strips Employees of Due Process

[POGO, Elizabeth Hempowicz, June 5, 2015]

Categorical Denial of Privacy Exemption Remanded

[FOIA Blog, Scott Hodes, June 5, 2015]

Radio: Freedom of Information Act: Why You Should Care About Potential Changes

[MPR News, June 4, 2015]

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