Freedom of Information Act
Originally published 07/04/2016
Fifty years ago on July 4, 1966, Lyndon Johnson signed the landmark Freedom of Information Act while vacationing at his Texas ranch. But he hated the concept.
Originally published 06/24/2014
The Senate bill comes after the House unanimously passed its own bipartisan FOIA reform bill.
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