News Highlights – March 3, 2015

Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email Account at State Department, Possibly Breaking Rules

Judge: EPA 'Offensively Unapologetic' in Public-Records Case

After Sunlight FOIA, Comprehensive Data Indexes Arrive on Data.gov

Sens. Johnson, Grassley, McCaskill Propose Reform to IG Functions

New Tool Aims to Make Government Financial Disclosures More Transparent

 

Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email at State Department, Possibly Breaking Rules

[New York Times, Michael S. Schmidt, March 2, 2015]

Judge: EPA 'Offensively Unapologetic' in Public-Records Case

[National Law Journal, Zoe Tillman, March 2, 2015]

After Sunlight FOIA, Comprehensive Data Indexes Arrive on Data.gov

[Sunlight Foundation, Matt Rumsey, John Wonderlich, and Sean Vitka, March 2, 2015]

Supreme Court Nixes Same-Day Audio for Health Care Case

[National Law Journal, Tony Mauro, March 2, 2015]

Sens. Johnson, Grassley, McCaskill Propose Reform to IG Functions

[ExecutiveGov, Anna Forrester, March 2, 2015]

New Tool Aims to Make Government Financial Disclosures More Transparent

[NextGov, Mohana Ravindranath, March 2, 2015]

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