Freedom of Information Act

Saturday, March 16, 2002

Depending on whom you ask, Attorney General John Ashcroft’s new Freedom of Information Act policy is either a slight alteration for the sake of national security, or a major policy change in conflict with FOIA’s very purpose to let the public “know what the government is up to.” Brooke talks to U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, who’s requested to take a closer look at Ashcroft’s stand on FOIA.

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