Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Us

Friday, July 06, 2007

Transcript

The Freedom of Information Act was supposed to give Americans timely access to government records. But 40 years after it went into effect, there are huge FOIA backlogs in most federal agencies. The National Security Archive’s Meredith Fuchs says a culture of secrecy is largely to blame.

Comments [1]

Bob Devich from San Jose, CA

This story sounded familiar, and when I heard the remaining stories, I thought I had downloaded an old show. But no, the first story was new, and all the rest were repeats. In the past, OTM has always 'fessed up to the summer reruns. I know the Daily Show doesn't announce its reruns, but this is NPR, not basic cable!

Jul. 11 2007 04:21 PM

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