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Obama Adminstration Withholds FoIA Requests More Often Than Bush’s

March 18th, 2010 03:31 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

bonch writes “Agencies under the Obama administration cite security provisions to withhold information more often than they did under the Bush administration. For example, the ‘deliberative process’ exemption of the Freedom of Information Act was used 70,779 times in 2009, up from the 47,395 of 2008. Amusingly, the Associated Press has been waiting three months for the government to deliver records on its own Open Government Directive.”

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