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Administration falling short on FOIA compliance, critics say, By Robert BrodskyGovernment Executive, March 17, 2011 


Agencies use new label for safeguarded docs, By Jolie LeeFederal News Radio, November 5, 2010 


Executive Order Reduces Total Of Classified Papers, By Ari ShapiroNational Public Radio, December 30, 2009 


A Sibel Edmonds Timeline: "We Can't Afford to Let Them Spill the Beans", By Gary LeuppCounterPunch, January 29, 2008 


Bush Administration Ramps up Secrecy, by William FisherAtlantic Free Press.com, September 10, 2007 


State Your Secrets, By Louis FisherLegal Times, June 26, 2006 


Fight Focuses on Copter Records: Defense Contractor Files Suit to Deny Access, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, April 5, 2006 


Excessive Secrecy Won't Make Americans Safe, By Danielle BrianThe Star Democrat, August 1, 2005 


Court Closes FBI Case Arguments to the Public, By Pete YostAssociated Press, April 21, 2005 


Access to Memos Is Affirmed, Classified Status Can't Be Changed, By R. Jeffrey SmithThe Washington Post, February 23, 2005 


Government secrecy grows out of control, By POGO's Nick SchwellenbachCorvallis Gazette-Times, September 21, 2004 


Reclassifying Security Information, The Diane Rehm Show, June 28, 2004 


Why secrecy won't make us safe, By Danielle BrianFort Worth Star-Telegram, July 6, 2003 


Keeping Secrets at Too High a Price, Thomas S. BlantonNew York Times, August 22, 2001 


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