News Highlights – March 14, 2012

Admin May Appeal Order to Release Classified Document
Obama administration two-sided on openness, expert says
Back to the Source REDACTED: The Impact of Disclosure on Public News & Knowledge
Justice backs new category of secret gov’t files
National Archives chief unlocks secrets
Patrick Leahy, Chuck Grassley on warpath over stalled FOIA recommendations
Senators Critical of Obama Administration Over Government Transparency
Cornyn: W.H. not so transparent on Freedom of Information
Web Site Publishes Freedom of Information Requests Sought by California Congressman
For Public Health Service officers, no protection for whistleblowing

Admin May Appeal Order to Release Classified Document
[Secrecy News, March 14, 2012]

Obama administration two-sided on openness, expert says
[Federal News Radio, March 14, 2012]

Back to the Source REDACTED: The Impact of Disclosure on Public News & Knowledge
[Sunlight Foundation Blog, March 14, 2012]

Justice backs new category of secret gov’t files
[AP via Seattle Times, March 13, 2012]

National Archives chief unlocks secrets
[Boston Globe, March 13, 2012]

Patrick Leahy, Chuck Grassley on warpath over stalled FOIA recommendations
[Politico, March 13, 2012]

Senators Critical of Obama Administration Over Government Transparency
[BLT: Blog of the Legal Times, March 13, 2012]

OPINIONCornyn: W.H. not so transparent on Freedom of Information
[Politico, March 13, 2012]

Web Site Publishes Freedom of Information Requests Sought by California Congressman
[New York Times: The Caucus, March 13, 2012]

For Public Health Service officers, no protection for whistleblowing
[Washington Post: Federal Diary, March 13, 2012]

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